Aquatic Centres

The Georges River area is home to three aquatic centres, which offer a range of aquatic activities from toddler swimming lessons to fitness training.
 
All aquatic centres have qualified staff on duty, disabled access and full kiosk facilities.
 

Update on Kogarah War Memorial Pool (Carss Park Pool)

Recently there has been incorrect information publicised in the community regarding the Kogarah War Memorial Swimming Pool, Carss Park. At no time has Georges River Council considered the future construction of residential units at the site. These claims are misleading and incorrect.

The Kogarah War Memorial Pool has many structural problems which are unfortunately beyond repair. See the full February 2017 Council report CCL007-17 Georges River Council Aquatic Facilities - Building Condition Assessments - for a full copy of the independent structural engineer’s assessment report. http://infoweb.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/grinfocouncil/Open/2017/02/CCL_06022017_AGN_AT.PDF

Council resolved to continue to heavily subsidise the operation of the pool until such time as a review of the future aquatic needs of the Georges River community is finalised.

This will be carried out as part of the Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy which is currently on public exhibition. Community members are encouraged to make a submission https://yoursay.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au/your-input-needed-open-space-recreation-and-community-facilties-strategy

Submissions are open until Friday 1 March 2019.

 

Sans Souci Leisure Centre reopens 

Sans Souci Leisure Centre has reopened after a $1 million refurbishment, which commenced in April 2018, to improve the 50-metre outdoor swimming pool and toddler pool, including repairs, re-waterproofing and new tiling. The works have significantly improved the pools and have brought the 50-metre pool back to International Swimming Federation standards.

Additional works to the facility include modification and repairs to the plant room building and roof, repairs and upgrades to items within the plant room, and a new amenities area. The new plant room also incorporates new on-deck showers, change rooms and amenities which have made the centre a much more contemporary, comfortable and user-friendly facility.

The work was undertaken under the NSW Government’s Stronger Communities Fund Program and is part of Georges River Council’s Aquatic Facilities Refurbishment Program.


Carss Park pool
Hurstville Aquatic Centre
Sans Souci Leisure Centre

 


 
 
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