Council to Shut Public Pools Early over Coronavirus Concerns

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Woolgoolga and Sawtell Pools

In light of the ongoing Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Coffs Harbour City Council has made the decision – in consultation with pool operators – to close Woolgoolga, Sawtell and Nana Glen public swimming pools from Sunday, March 22.

These pools usually operate from September to the end of April. They will remain closed until September 2020.

The Coffs Harbour War Memorial Swimming Pool is usually open all year round. A review on the operation of that pool will be undertaken no later than Monday, March 23, or sooner if required.

Anyone with any questions with regards to Learn to Swim programs or other pool-related activities, is asked to please contact the pool operators on (02) 6652 1779.

This is a constantly evolving situation and we are continually monitoring updates from the Australian and NSW Governments to ensure our operations are in line with the latest advice. The health and safety of our staff and community remains our ongoing priority.

For information on current changes to our programs and services, please go to Council’s website

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