Belgravia Leisure hopes to make a splash after taking over management of Kalamunda Water Park

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INTERNATIONAL aquatic company Belgravia Leisure has been appointed by the City of Kalamunda to manage the Kalamunda Water Park with new attractions on the cards for the facility.

Mayor Andrew Waddell said the company had earmarked funding to potentially bring new attractions to the venue.

“The City is very much looking forward to the opening of the summer season on November 18,” he said.

“The company has a strong track record of delivering diverse, accessible and affordable health and wellness services across Australia and we are excited about the upcoming season.”

Belgravia Leisure chief executive officer Nick Cox said he was looking forward to partnering with the City and the community to build upon the popular aquatic facility’s offerings.

Mr Cox said the company was also on the lookout for local residents interested in working at Kalamunda Water Park during the open season.

“We encourage anyone who loves working around water and has excellent customer service skills to contact us,” he said.

Belgravia Leisure also manages Belmont Oasis and Sugarworld Water Park in far north Queensland, as well as more than 40 aquatic sites across Australia and New Zealand.

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