Sans Souci Bathers Pavilion area closed to the public

10/02/2018

Following investigations which has found the Sans Souci Bathers Pavilion to be structurally unsound, Georges River Council has temporarily closed the area off around the building to members of the public.

On Thursday 8 February 2018, Engineering firm Cardno assessed the structure of the old building and its foundations.

The assessment uncovered that the building is not stable and is not suitable for people, especially larger groups, to congregate around.

In the interests of public safety and the safety of local residents, Georges River Council has fenced-off the area around the Sans Souci Bathers Pavilion.

The fencing is to ensure members of the public remain safe until such a time as when further assessments can be made and the structural integrity of the building can be improved.

Council anticipates that the final structural assessment will be completed within the next 30 days and further updates will be provided at that time.

During this time, Council asks that members of the public note the Sans Souci Bathers Pavilion is not safe and to adhere to the warning signs around the area - Council appreciates everyone’s cooperation.

For further information about the Sans Souci Bathers Pavilion, please contact Council.