Logan Aquatic Centres open for school holidays
Published: 17 September 2018
Need to get the kids out of the house and cool down during the September school holidays? Then head down to one of Logan City Council’s aquatic centres for a refreshing swim.
Councillor Steve Swenson, City Lifestyle and Community Committee Chairperson, said both Bethania and Eagleby Aquatic Centres will re-open to the public on September 22 after being closed for winter.
“During the winter months some residents in the southern areas of the City of Logan may have had to travel to the Logan North Aquatic and Fitness Centre, which is open all year round,” Cr Swenson said.
“With the Bethania and Eagleby Aquatic Centres reopening on the first day of the September/October school holidays, families can stay closer to home for the kids’ swimming lessons or if people want to go for a few laps in the pool.”
Meanwhile, due to construction works Beenleigh Aquatic Centre will not be reopened until Tuesday, October 9.
Work on Stage 1 of the Beenleigh Aquatic Centre Redevelopment Plan, funded by Council and the Queensland Government, commenced on May 28. Upon completion of Stage 1 of the redevelopment, Beenleigh Aquatic Centre will have an indoor heated program pool with a viewing area, kiosk, office, plant equipment, change facilities and a water play area.
Division 12 Councillor Jennie Breene said works on the new indoor heated program pool at Beenleigh Aquatic Centre are progressing well.
“Ground preparation and drainage works have been completed and the pool’s shell concrete has been poured,” Cr Breene said.
“The indoor program pool’s roof is scheduled to be installed early next month and the facility is still scheduled to open in early 2019, depending on weather and construction conditions.”