Pool season is from 27 September 2021 to the last weekend of March 2022.
You can help with Council's COVID-safe plan for our pools by downloading the Service NSW app to use on each visit. Simply open the app, scan the QR code at the pool using your phone's camera, and complete your registration details. This will allow prompt contact tracing. You can download the app here.
- 50-metre and 25-metre Pools
- Baby Pool
- Barbecue for public use (please book at the pool)
- Swimming Club
- Learn to Swim Classes
- Showers and Changing Facilities
- Mens and Womens Toilets
- Shade Areas
Hours of operation
|Monday to Friday||Saturday and Sunday|
|3pm to 6pm||3pm to 6pm|
Cost of entry
|Adults||Children||10-Entry Pass||Season Ticket (Family)||Season Ticket (Child)||Season Ticket (Adult)|
All signs and rules are to be obeyed at all times
Through delegated authority from the General Manager, the Pool Manager reserves the right to decline patrons’ entry to the complex for refusal to follow any of the rules outlined below.
Code of Conduct and Rules
Season Tickets are for the use of those whose names are listed on the application form.
Children under the age of 10 years will be refused entry without a supervising adult.
Patrons must wear swimming costumes to enter the pool. The following items may also be worn:
- Swimming shirts ONLY.
- Clean swimming shorts/trunks.
- Clean board shorts.
NO bombing, running dives, back dives, shoulder rides or somersaults.
NO running within the complex at all.
NO glass is to be brought onto the premises (eg. drink bottles).
NO foul play, including pushing/dunking.
NO swinging or climbing on handrails.
NO balls or ball games.
NO alcohol/drugs permitted on grounds.
NO diving in the 25-metre or Baby Pool.
NO chewing gum.
DO NOT allow young children near the 50-metre pool without proper and adequate supervision.
Supervision of Children
Under 10 years of age
Children 5 years of age and under are not permitted to enter the Coonamble Swimming Pool Grounds or Pools without adult supervision.
A supervising adult means a person 18 years of age or over who can legally take responsibility for the child’s safety.
This means that the supervising adult must be within arm’s length of the child at all times.
10 years of age and over
The minimum age for a child to enter the Coonamble Swimming Pool complex unsupervised is 10 years and over.
Learn to Swim
The Swim and Survive program offers multiple grades of swimming lessons across pre-school and school-age categories. Please ask at the pool for details.
The pool and our environment
Council has a responsibility to ensure that any water from the Coonamble Swimming Pool does not pollute the local environment. To this end, Council has a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan in place that is updated frequently. Testing is also carried out and reported on a regular basis. Both documents can be downloaded below.
|EPA - Coonamble Swimming Baths Licence #3742|
|Pollution Incident Response Management Plan - Coonamble Swimming Pool|
|EPA - Coonamble Swimming Baths #3742 - Monitoring Data|