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We are excited to be offering all our lucky members the chance to WIN 1 of 15 SwimFins – the unique learn-to-swim aid!

15 lucky winners will receive a SwimFin, the new fin-shaped learn-to-swim aid that has been proven to help children learn to swim 30% faster. The SwimFin retails for $39.95!

To celebrate the launch of SwimFin in Australia, SwimFin is giving parents (and their children) a chance to win one of 15 SwimFins.

SwimFin aims to help decrease the number of drownings in Australia by providing a fun way for kids to gain more confidence in the water and helping them learn to swim faster.  SwimFin is also unique in that it can be used to help children learn all four swimming strokes, including backstroke.

SwimFin’s brand ambassador, four-time Australian Olympic gold medalist swimmer, Libby Trickett understands the need for teaching young children to swim. Libby has made it her mission to promote the sport to kids and educate the future Australian swimming Olympic hopefuls on the proper swimming techniques.

I’m very proud to be a SwimFin ambassador. Swimming has been a huge part of my life and I hope to encourage the next generation of swimmers to not only be safe in the water but to love their experience while learning to swim!” says Libby. “Being confident is a huge part of how kids will learn to feel comfortable in the water, and SwimFin gives them that.  With its fun shape and availability in different colours, it makes water safety and learning to swim fun.

SwimFin is suitable for kids all of ages, but is ideal for 2-6 year olds who are in early stages of learning to swim or already enrolled in a learn to swim program. It is made from high quality EVA foam, comes with a lifetime guarantee and is currently available in six colour options: red, blue, orange, pink, grey and black. It is available for purchase at www.swimfin.com.au with an RRP of $39.95.

See the SwimFin in action here:

For your chance to WIN 1 of 15 SwimFins!

like MoM on facebook here,

then tell us in 25 words or less where is your favourite secret family-friendly spot for a summer swim and what makes it so special?

Please note this competition is open from 5th February 2014 until 5th March 2014 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. R. MueckQLD
  2. K. MorganNSW
  3. L. RowleyNSW
  4. J. ConsidineWA
  5. L. WilliamsTAS
  6. K. FernieWA
  7. C. ChildsQLD
  8. R. FernandesNSW
  9. C. SmithQLD
  10. R. O'ConnorNSW
  11. A. WardNSW
  12. R. RobertsonNSW
  13. S. BrooksNSW
  14. N. DayQLD
  15. E. FraserVIC
  • My secret family spot for swimming would have to be in the river in New Zealand


  • I love our local beach at Monterey it’s very quiet and good for families !


  • being together near the water, camping is always a favourite family thing for us all to do as we love it to bits :)


  • Safety Beach Dromana, Safe, No waves, no seaweed, perfect for the kids to play. That’s my little place of paradise.


  • Chelsea Beacg. Beautiful sand and not crowded.


  • I love going to Redleaf Beach as its the perfect location! The beautiful beach is secluded, so you can avoid crowds and enjoy peaceful relaxation!


  • Shelly Beach at Hervey Bay is very kd-friendly


  • 1770 – Agnes Waters – it’s an isolated spot that a lot of tourists wouldn’t know about which makes it an unspoilt paradise


  • Hillarys Boat Harbour in WA, Far away from the real sharks and really great for the young ones to learn beach safety.


  • smokehouse beach. walk down the road, water just up to your knees, in the afternoon like bathwater! great for our daughter to learn to swim.


  • Our favourite spot is a little beach at Gerroa on the south coast – it has the beach and a river with some very safe swimming spots for the kids! We love it there, we have a little caravan that we stay in.


  • Balnaring beach in victoria we camp there at christmas three girl’s love that beach.


  • Any beach at all
    Love love love the beach,the sun and the sand
    Would live on the beach if I could


  • The Boulders, Babinda Nth Qld. Beautiful clear water straight from the mountain, deep and shallow areas for all swimming abilities, and not fast flowing.


  • The greatest place to swim in summer is the indoor pool as it is cool in the room and the water is temperate and of course there is no buring sun – what more could you want!


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