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Mittagong Pool to close for summer swim season

August 18, 2016Posted in: Roads and Assets

Council’s Finance Committee has recommended that the Mittagong Swim Pool not open for the 2016/17 swim season following the East Coast Low storm event which lashed the Shire in early June. Council will consider this recommendation and confirm its position at the Ordinary Council Meeting on Wednesday 24 August. Extensive inspections by engineers have revealed...

Refurbishments help Mittagong Pool shine again

March 2, 2016Posted in: Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Mayor Councillor Larry Whipper joined the State Member for Wollondilly, Mr Jai Rowell MP on Monday in officially re-opening the refurbished Mittagong Swimming Pool. “Mittagong Swimming Pool is not only the Shire’s oldest public swimming pool but arguably one of the prettiest,” the Mayor said at the reopening. “It contains a wealth of...

Youth get Plugged at Mittagong Pool

February 15, 2016Posted in: Events, Roads and Assets

Wingecarribee Shire Council is encouraging music lovers to attend the upcoming ‘Plugged at the Pool’ summer outdoor concert this Saturday 20 February. Council’s Youth Liaison Officer, Michelle Williams said the event was an opportunity for locals to witness some of our Shire’s brightest rising stars. “On show will be a number of great young acts...

Perfect weather for the reopening of Mittagong Pool

January 13, 2016Posted in: Roads and Assets

Ideal weather conditions this past weekend saw over 1000 patrons attend the reopening of Mittagong Pool after a multi-million dollar make-over project was completed. Mittagong Pool the Shire’s oldest public swimming facility, reopened to the public on Saturday 9 January 2016. “The pool contains a wealth of history and natural beauty,” said Council’s General Manager...

Swim and Survive with Council this summer

October 12, 2015Posted in: Events

With summer just weeks away, Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Royal Life Saving Society of Australia are joining forces to launch a dedicated children’s water swim safety program entitled, ‘Swim and Survive’. Starting Monday 2 November the two-term swim program is aimed at both pre-school and school aged children. Council’s Pools and Facilities Supervisor Laura...

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