About the Tocal Community Pool
During the 1970s, it was recognised that many local school children were not swim safe. So, in 1977, work on the Tocal Community Swimming Pool commenced to encourage local schools and community groups to learn to swim. Through the use of CB Alexander Foundation funds, local government grants, and kind support from the local quarry and various local community fundraisers, the pool was completed and officially opened in 1979.
As it is a community swimming pool and not a public pool, it is important that patrons read through the membership terms and understand that these are in place for their safety and benefit, ensuring that the pool remains open and operates within the guidelines of a “Community Swimming Pool”.
Please ensure that you read the Membership Terms and Community Boundary Map prior to the purchase of a season pass ticket. Season passes are typically available after the September school holidays through to the end of Term 1 the following year.
Pool passes are available from reception during business hours or from the Duty Officer after business hours.
2021 season: 1 December 2021 to 28 April 2022.
2021 season prices:
- Child $85.00
- Adult $100.00
- Family $200.00
- Casual weekly pass if friend of season ticket holder $5
NOTE: The Community Pool does not have a Lifeguard.
Due to Covid restrictions and Tocal students still on site, the opening of the pool to the vaccinated community has been delayed to December 1. As this is a bit later than the usual Term 4 opening, season passes have been discounted in consideration of this.
Unvaccinated members of our community will also be able to access tickets once restrictions are lifted in mid-December.
Covid restrictions and compliance is still required and critical to keep the pool open. Any pool patronage must be accompanied with the purchase of a ticket. Bona fide visitors who are visiting community members that hold a valid Tocal pool season pass during the pool season will once again have the opportunity to purchase a casual visitor pass.
Pool monitors will be rostered intermittently to check pool patrons have a pass, have scanned the QR code and comply with Covid restrictions. This is necessary to ensure the pool stays open the whole season.
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