Visitors to the Bribie Island Aquatic Leisure Centre were treated to a behind-the-scenes look as television presenter and documentary maker Todd Sampson filmed a segment for an upcoming project at the weekend.
“He was there for about an hour and a half, filming throughout the aquatic class,” Michelle says.
“There were a couple of learn-to-swim parents who were quite star-struck.”
Michelle says the centre was approached about filming last week, and made the crew welcome.
“They commented on how clean the facility was, and how welcoming we were,” she says.
“It’s important to have a welcoming centre – that’s what I love about my job, that we have a facility where people can come in an enjoy what they do and leave with a smile,” Michelle says.
It’s not Michelle’s first brush with fame.
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