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Orbost Outdoor Pool to extend weekend operating hours for due in response to community demand
Orbost Outdoor Pool will extend its weekend opening hours until the end of the swim season.
East Gippsland Shire Council has responded to community feedback and a late in the season temperature spike to open the pool from 12-7pm on Saturdays and Sundays when the forecast is 25 degrees Celsius or above for the remainder of this season. This is an increase from the normal3-7pm opening hours and starts this weekend.
Residents and visitors of all ages and abilities are welcome to the Orbost Outdoor Pool facility as it extends its operating hours during weekend until the end of pool season
Outdoor pool operation
All other opening hours remain unchanged. Opening hours - recreational swimming:
- Cold (24C and below): Closed
- Standard (25C-34C): 12pm-7pm (weekends and public holidays); 3-7pm weekdays
- Hot (35C and above): 10am-8pm
- Lap swimming - Monday to Friday, 6-8am regardless of weather
Opening hours vary based on the Bureau of Meteorology's forecast temperature at 4.30pm the day before. Opening hour information is updated daily on the Orbost Outdoor Pool webpage. The Orbost Outdoor Pool swim season ends on Monday, March 13. Council will continue to review opening hours and welcomes all feedback via email@example.com.
Pictures from Orbost Swimming Pool Facebook page.
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