From now until the end of 2019, swimming pools will be allowed to stay open longer and allow visitors to swim up to two metres deeper.
Advertisement If you’re a family with kids or other small children, the rules could be very challenging.
They can’t use a pool in public and have to check in with a supervisor.
But that’s about it.
All pools in Australia will be open on Saturday and Sunday mornings and public swimming areas are likely to be open again by the end, according to the government’s pool management agency.
All swimming pools in the states will be back to normal on Sunday mornings.
A new rule for all pools has been introduced in NSW and Queensland to give authorities more control over the number of people using them.
This means the number will be limited to two people, rather than the current four, as was the case before the rules were introduced.
The NSW Pool Management Agency said the changes would make it easier for people to get to and from pools, and would also help reduce the number who go into them during a natural disaster.
NSW has only allowed two people to use a swimming venue for two hours on any one day.
The other day, people were able to swim four kilometres up the coast.
It’s not uncommon for a person to spend two to four hours at a swimming location, but it’s important to remember this is only a temporary measure, said the NSW Pool Manager, Andrew Brown.
“We’ll have more staff on duty and more people in the pool during peak times to help manage the crowds.”
It’s also not uncommon to see families sharing a pool, as they can get to it quickly if they’re in a hurry.
But if you want to stay in a pool that’s open longer, you have to be registered.
NSW Pool Registrations are now being offered at pools across the state.
The pool management system is expected to be rolled out across all of the states, as well as New South Wales, by March 2019.
You can read more about the rules in our article about how to get in.
What do you do if you don’t get to your pool?
If you’ve got an emergency and you need help, call the emergency services and get the number.
Call a lifeboat to get you out.
Call 911 to get the water diverted.
The lifeboats are available to all NSW residents and the NSW Emergency Management Agency is also accepting applications for a Lifeboat Crew.
You’ll need to show a photograph of yourself with your child or someone close to you.
If you get to a life boat, you can ask them to get on it and help you to swim.
They’ll take you to the nearest lifeboat station, and you’ll be asked to get off the boat.
If they don’t want to help you, they’ll ask for a nurse to check you for injuries.
If your life is in danger, call 999 and ask for medical assistance.
You may also be able to get help from a lifeguard.
How can you get help?
If the lifeboat is empty, you’ll need a swim buddy to get around.
If there are no lifeboats available, you’re not in danger.
You’re also able to apply for an ambulance or ambulance and ambulance company support to get someone to help.
If someone’s not available to help, you might be able go to a local emergency services station and call for help.