BIG SPLASH: Ryan Ogden-Brown, Emily Gray and Leandre Conradie at the Norville Pool Big Splash. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
BIG SPLASH: Ryan Ogden-Brown, Emily Gray and Leandre Conradie at the Norville Pool Big Splash. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

Feeling hot? Take a dip in one of the many pools in Bundy

AS THE weather warms residents can find some relief at pools across Bundaberg.

All community pools across the region will be open and operational from Monday with Childers and Gin Gin pools the final two to open for the season.

Council sport and recreation and venues spokeswoman Lynne Forgan said the arrival of the warmer weather had already seen good numbers in attendance at Bundaberg's Anzac and Norville pools, which had been the first to open.

"Our pools are incredibly popular with many people keen to resume their swimming exercise following the winter break," she said.

"Patrons attending the Childers Pool will notice that work is still in progress adjacent to the pool as the final stages of the Streetscape project are undertaken. Safe access is available to the pool.

"The work in the area is expected to be finalised by mid-October so hopefully those attending the pool will not be inconvenienced for too much longer."

Cr Forgan said the operational hours of the regional pools can be viewed by visiting council's website at www.bundaberg.qld.gov.au/residents/swimming-pools



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