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Free Australia Day fun at Ipswich City Council pools

Families and residents can splash out for free this Australia Day January 26, from 10am to 4pm at all Ipswich City Council pools.

Since 1997 it has been an Ipswich City Council tradition to hold Australia Day celebrations at local council pools.

Mayor Teresa Harding said this is a great way families and residents can have some fun, get active and cool down this summer.

“After a year of lockdowns and restrictions we are excited to offer the community a free day of fun at our council pools across Ipswich on Australia Day,” Mayor Harding said.

“Council has previously offered free entry to council pools on Australia day with huge success, which is why we decided to go ahead with this event again this year.

“We have fantastic pool facilities in Ipswich and we are excited to see residents enjoying a day in the sun.

“These are outdoor events so please remember to slip, slop, slap, because it’s going to be a warm one.”

While it’s a free event residents are reminded to be COVID safe and that numbers may be capped on the day.

Free entry will be at the following Ipswich City Council-owned swim centres: Bundamba Swim Centre, Goodna Aquatic Centre, Rosewood Aquatic Centre and Georgie Conway Leichhardt Community Swim Centre.

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