Manly Pool Reopens After COVID-19 Shutdown

Photo credit: Brisbane City Council

Manly Pool is reopening its doors to the public after its COVID-19 safety plans were approved by the Queensland Government. 

On Monday 13 July, the Manly Pool will open again after months of closure as it implements improvements in sanitation and crowd management measures. 

All of the 22 pools run by the city council closed on 23 March following directives from the State Government due to the coronavirus health scare. 

Since June 3, 10 pools have reopened after complying with the Aquatic Industry COVID Safe Plan. 

Manly Pool, which is located on the foreshore next to the Marina, is among the six council pools that are reopening this week. Other facilities reopening are the Acacia Ridge, Emily Seebohm, Jindalee, Newmarket, and Sandgate pools. 



On its reopening day, Manly Pool is scheduling Aqua and Forever Young programs. Manly Pool is also laying down guidelines for visitors coming to the facility.  

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The facility offers an outdoor pool, disabled access, kiosk, wading pool, water play, squad swimming, and swimming lessons. 

For more information on operating schedules and conditions, contact Manly Pool at 07 3396 2578 or visit the Manly Pool website