The Manning Aquatic Centre is set to welcome Bathurst families to its pools on Sunday, September 15, in conjunction with its NAIDOC Week celebrations.
Free entry will be offered to people from 11am to 3pm, with a variety of in- and out-of-water activities available on the day.
Manning Aquatic Centre manager Oliver Barclay invites everyone from the community to come along on Sunday.
"We are pleased to join the local NAIDOC Week line up of events and welcome all the community to help us celebrate," he said.
"As part of their efforts to connect Australian communities with leisure activities, the open day will include traditional Welcome to Country, Indigenous dance group, an aqua inflatable, traditional Indigenous games in the water, creative station and barbeque lunch."
It'll all start with a Welcome to Country at 12pm, before the West Bathurst Indigenous dance group performs at 12.15pm.
Aqua inflatables will be available for swimmers at 12.30pm, as well as a creative station at the same time.
Traditional Indigenous games will also be operating in the water.
A barbecue will be available on the day as well.
All guests will have the opportunity to join a swim school membership on the day and receive two weeks free of swimming and water safety lessons taught by AUSTSWIM or equivalent accredited teachers.
Current members will also be able to refer a friend and if they join, members will receive two weeks free.
Call 6331 3333 for more information.