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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
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Our seasonal aquatic facilities are popular spots come summer
The paddling pool will be closed this Tuesday 15 December, so that the poles for the shade sails can be repaired. The shade sails will be reinstalled and the pool back open the following day.If visiting the pool before the shade sails are reinstalled, please remember to use sunscreen and wear a hat.
The Oxford Community Aquatic Centre is an outdoor heated pool which is open from late November until late March. The facility includes a 4 lane 25m lap pool with an easy access ramp and a smaller learners pool with toddlers stand for the smaller children.
Programmes and activities available include:
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all our users we have the following pool guidelines:
7 Burnett St, Oxford 7430
The Waikuku Beach Paddling Pool will be opening Labour weekend 2020, running through to Easter weekend 2021.
The pool features a graduated depth and several water features to keep the young and young at heart entertained.
This pool is free to use and while Aquatics staff maintain it daily, it is not lifeguarded.
Domain Rd, Waikuku Beach 7402