Residents can enjoy cooling down at Camden War Memorial Pool, with it set to officially reopen to the public from Monday 27 September.
In accordance with NSW Health Guidelines, Camden War Memorial Pool will only be opened for recreational and lap swimming for the time being.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Therese Fedeli, said it was fantastic to give residents the opportunities to cool down as the weather heats up.
“The Camden community continues to lead the way as one of the most vaccinated areas in NSW and this is the first step towards getting all together again,” Cr Fedeli said.
“It is important to remember that there are a range of guidelines for people using the facility to follow as per the COVID-19 Safety Plan.
“We will continue to keep our community informed on further services and facilities as per the NSW Government guidelines.”
To enter the facility, residents will need to comply with the following guidelines:
- Patrons must use the QR Code upon entry;
- Masks will be required to be worn at all times in the facility unless in the pool;
- There will be no bookings for entry – walk ins and casual use only;
- Access to the facility will be for a maximum period of two hours per patron;
- Maximum numbers will be determined by the four square meter rule;
- There will be no more than 10 people allowed per lane at the one time;
- Families will be restricted to a maximum of five people per visit, and must be immediate family members and remain together at all times;
- There will be no programs conducted at the pool such as swim club, squad training or aqua fitness.
For more information on Camden War Memorial Pool, go to ymcansw.org.au/centres/camden-war-memorial-pool