Water Polo Australia is partnering with Belgravia Group to drive the long-term development of water polo

Water Polo Australia has announced a partnership with the Belgravia Group that will provide opportunities and benefits to members and enable long-term involvement and business growth for the water polo sport.

Water Polo Australia (WPA) believes that the partnership with Belgravia Group will enhance the organization’s ability to raise the profile of water polo in Australia while delivering significant benefits to members.

Richard McInnes, Chief Executive of Water Polo Australia said: “Water Polo Australia is excited to announce the partnership with Belgravia Group and most of all, is thrilled that the relationship offers greater opportunities and benefits for the water polo community across the country . “

Water Polo Australia’s partnership with Belgravia Group will directly benefit WPA members by improving access to water polo activities in Belgravia Leisure’s popular swimming learning programs and other swimming programs. The partnership will also create ways into sport and clubs.

The members also benefit in the long term from the expansion of participation and athlete support programs with the aim of increasing the level of awareness and attractiveness of waterball in the community.

McInnes adds, “As WPA and the Belgravia Group work together to develop benefits for individual members and clubs, as well as expand the provision of water polo participation programs and athlete support programs in all Belgravia managed facilities, we are working together to raise awareness for water polo to increase outside of the water polo community, leading to long-term growth for the sport. “

Belgravia Group, founded by Geoff Lord in 1990, currently manages over 170 recreational facilities in Australia and New Zealand on behalf of over 60 local and state governments.

Lord advises: “The Belgravia Group is excited about the opportunities and benefits that a partnership with Water Polo Australia can bring to members. The partnership closely aligns with our focus on combining community with leisure and we are passionate about it Introducing sport to members of the community. ” who may never have considered it. “

With a strong focus on sport and wellness, the Belgravia Group’s health and fitness portfolio includes Genesis Health + Fitness, Coaching Zone, Ninja Parc, BKs Gym & Swim and Jump! Swimming schools.

In addition, the Belgravia Group supports the growth of sport in Australia through its subsidiaries Sports Community, Belgravia Sports Apparel and Australian Sports Camps, which offer vacation sports classes to boys and girls aged six to 16. Belgravia Group’s not-for-profit division, the Belgravia Foundation, supports local communities by creating better access to sport, leisure, recreation and fitness.

To celebrate the start of the partnership, the Belgravia Group is offering Water Polo Australia members free access to the Home Fitness Network – and providing online support and motivation to stay active and moving during temporary bans.

In addition, it will gain access to the Belgravia Foundation’s Mental Health eLearning Program (MHeLP) – an online resource that enables the learner to better understand their own and others’ mental health and to increase their confidence in someone with a mental illness support – members of Water Polo Australia are available. It’s completely free, self-determined, and earns learners two continuing education credits (CECs).

Water Polo Australia is confident that partnering with Belgravia Group will increase participation, create member benefits, raise awareness of water polo in the wider community and create opportunities for the sport in the future.

Further information on the Belgravia Group can be found at belgraviagroup.com.au/ and on the Belgravia Foundation at belgraviafoundation.org.au/

For more information on Water Polo Australia, visit waterpoloaustralia.com.au/

To access the Home Fitness Network, click here

For more information on the Belgravia Foundation’s Mental Health eLearning program, please visit belgraviafoundation.org.au/mhelp

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