The crew at Bega War Memorial Swimming Pool is once again about to sign off the season with a big splash.
This weekend will see the return of the 24-hour swim for charity, with 24 local swimmers putting in the laps to raise money for Bega Valley Can Assist.
Last year's event raised $7000 for the charity that supports cancer patients and their families.
While already impressive, this year the team is hoping to better that.
"It's such a great cause and we just love it," pool operator Mark Philipzen said.
"It's a local charity that directly supports local people and the people who run it are wonderful."
As per last year's event, 24 swimmers in two teams of 12 will take it in turns to churn out the laps between midday Saturday, April 2 and 11am Sunday, April 3 (Daylight Saving Time turns off while they are in the water).
Typically each swimmer will be putting in around 20 minutes every four hours.
Last year's swimmers completed 4828 laps in total, 161km.
The Bega swimming pool will be closing to the public as of midday Saturday. However, everyone is invited to spectate from poolside as well as donate to the cause as the 24 swimmers take to the water.
This also marks the end of the swimming season at the council-owned pool, with Mark and Zoe "pulling the plug and not looking at water for a week" following the epic charity swim!
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