Edition 98 (February-March 2015) of SPLASH! is out now. As well as all the usual great products and latest news, it also contains the following informative features:
No barrier to style or fun
Safety barriers might be integral to residential swimming pools, but they don’t have to impede swimmer’s fun or detract from the overall design. Includes latest ideas plus a useful table of what is happening in each state regarding inspections and registers.
Improving Indigenous water safety
Swimming programs can help improve Indigenous health and community engagement while reducing drowning rates, and we look at some of the programs and construction going on around the country, as well as a look at the 50th anniversary of the famous Freedom Ride, culminating in a battle at Moree Baths and Pool.
Creating more swimmers for the national good
Another from our series of talks at SPLASH! on the Gold Coast, CEO of the NSPF Tom Lachocki discusses why having more swimmers is good for us all.
Australian Standards for pool builders
Cal Stanley looks at the Australian Standards pool builders should have in their kit bag, from 1926 all the way to 5601.
Back where it all started
Australian solar pioneer Simon Boadle takes us to his old family farm to see where the Sunbather story began way back in 1974.
A symmetry of ellipses
This home and pool in Valencia is a pristine example of a pool combining flawlessly with the architecture of the home.
SPASA Australia 2014 Awards of Excellence
The winners and placegetters of the SPASA Australia Awards, judged from a pool of gold winners from around the states.
Critical factors for success in the service industry
Sue Hirst shows how knowing what your critical success factors are is the best way to improve profit.
A fine place for fitness
Hawthorn residents will be able to keep fit in style following the recently redeveloped Hawthorn Aquatic and Leisure Centre.
Seven tips for great window displays
Retailer Tanya Overton provides seven useful tips for creating stunning shop displays to keep the customers rolling in.