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Norville Park Swimming Pool open to all

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Benjamin Cooper enjoying Norville Park Swimming Pool.

With the school holidays now here and the weather warming up the community is being encouraged to enjoy Norville Park Swimming Pool, with lanes aplenty for those wishing to exercise.

Manager Michele Watson said there were ample lanes and times available for swimmers to utilise, with an online booking system making the process of securing a lane even easier.

“At Norville Park Pool we have an online lane availability spreadsheet that makes it easy for the patrons to see our availability each day,” she said.

“Bookings are added as they are confirmed, and patrons will be able to choose the best time for their swims.” 

Swimmers do not have to book in a lane to utilise the pool, they are also welcome to turn up to swim at any time suitable.

With the arrival of school holidays, Michele said she was looking forward to providing the same great service to more people in the region.

“We have welcomed previous Anzac Pool patrons to Norville and we look forward to more coming over,” she said.

“Schools are booked in and staff are available to assist anyone attending the facilities.

“There is plenty of room for all.”

Norville Park Swimming Pool
AN online booking system is available for lane swimmers of Norville Park Swimming Pool to utilise.

Michele said this coming Thursday, on the Queen’s National Day of Mourning, the pool would remain open.

“There will be inflatables and a family picnic featured on the day, in commemoration of the Queen,” she said.

“Throughout the school holidays we have our waterpark open, and the community is invited to enjoy lane swimming, aqua aerobics and more.

“We have a fantastic facility here to accommodate everyone.”

Check out the Facebook page each day for times.

To book a lane, visit the Norville Park Pool bookings page here.

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  1. Anzac pool is not perfectly good it’s incredibly dated & should have been either updated or decommissioned along time ago. 2 separate sets of Update plans for it failed to get out of the drawing board before Jack was even elected these plans appear to have been reused for the aquatic center. Nothing has been done to revive interest in using the Anzac pool.

    Meanwhile both the Norville Pool (148 Enterprise St) & Bundaberg Swimming Academy (25 Fitzgerald St) have had there update plans completed. This will be why the Anzac pool is attracting only a tiny fraction of the total pool users while being more conveniently located.

    Although personally I don’t know why they can’t swap the locations around? Have the aquatic center at Anzac Park. Put the new water play area & other features at the Multiplex? Relocate the hardly used Bundaberg Bowls club if more space is needed.

  2. Tom – Bundaberg Swimming Academy hasn’t seen an update in many years, it’s looking just as old as Anzac…. you might need to go to spec savers?
    Norville is looking fantastic though, that’s why everyone goes there!

  3. I wish a lot less of our council rates were going towards old skool pools and more towards a one or more ocean pools (like kings beach caloundra). Ocean pools are less $ to construct, a fraction of the cost to maintain and have MUCH healthier water. Covid raised the profile of hygiene, yet people are still swimming in other peoples germs… bundy rate payers are footing the bill and QLD Health are dealing with continuous outbreaks of Hepatitis A, Norovirus, Salmonella, e.Coli (aka poo), and Giardia…

  4. @Amy Public Pools are treated with chemicals you won’t find germs. Chlorine is a very effective germ killer & public pools are cleaned regularly. Swimmers are actually less safe in natural water because it is not treated & surge overflows in floods.

    In some cities Surge & storm water are even the same this is where your viruses are coming from.

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