All Sunshine Coast Council Aquatic Centres are now closed

In consultation with its facilities operators, Sunshine Coast Council has announced all of its aquatic centres are now closed.

The decision was made late yesterday evening, with all aquatic centres closing their doors at 7pm and advising patrons on social media.

Sunshine Coast Council Mayor and Chair of the Local Disaster Management Group Mark Jamieson said council and the aquatic centre operators made this difficult decision in line with our collective community responsibility and commitment to the health and wellbeing of facility patrons.

“Council and the aquatic centre operators acknowledge the need to take every precautionary measure available to all of us to combat the spread of COVID-19,” Mayor Jamieson said.

The following aquatic centres are closed until further notice:

Beerwah Aquatic Centre

Buderim Aquatic Centre

Caloundra Aquatic Centre

Coolum-Peregian Aquatic Centre

Cotton Tree Aquatic Centre

Eumundi Aquatic Centre

Kawana Aquatic Centre

Nambour Aquatic Centre

Palmwoods Aquatic Centre

Caloundra Aquatic and Lifestyle Centre and Eumundi Aquatic Centre also have gym facilities. These gyms are closed until further notice in line with the measures announced by the Australian Government on March 22.

Find out more about other council facilities and services during this time. The webpage will be updated if changes are made to council’s service delivery as a result of COVID-19.

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