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Stage two of The Lakes College Aquatic Precinct begins

By Tanayah Wakefield

Construction of stage two of The Lakes College Aquatic Precinct is officially underway, with a ceremonial sod turning signalling the beginning of work on a learn-to-swim facility and grandstand which are expected to be completed by September.

The second stage will complete the precinct, which was opened in September 2022, with stage one comprising an eight-lane 25m heated outdoor swimming pool, a kiosk and amenities with changerooms, showers and toilets.

Stage two will essentially double the precinct’s footprint, with a dedicated 20m indoor, heated learn-to-swim pool; shaded grandstand adjacent to the existing outdoor pool with seating for 500 spectators; all-abilities access from the carpark; spacious amenities and office space.

There will be person with disability access from the carpark and into both pools, and amenities at both areas.

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