Water safety knowledge vital after deaths across the country

Isaac McIntyre
Updated January 6 2017 - 9:22am, first published January 4 2017 - 10:57am
POOL SAFETY: Mick O'Sullivan believes that the Australian culture needs to change so that less children die in pools. Pictured here with student Ed McGilvray.
POOL SAFETY: Mick O'Sullivan believes that the Australian culture needs to change so that less children die in pools. Pictured here with student Ed McGilvray.

Australia and swimming go hand in hand, but many forget that the water can be dangerous if not treated with respect, a lesson that many are now learning as drownings sweep the country.

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Isaac McIntyre

Isaac McIntyre

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