Pool Party Alert! Jindalee Pool to Reopen 50-metre Pool With a Splash

Jindalee Pool
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council

After months of closure, Jindalee Pool will finally reopen its 50-metre pool with a pool party for the community before Christmas!


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The 50-m pool had to be closed due to significant flood damage in February 2022. BCC worked with specialists to repair the damage and get it  back up and running.

With financial assistance from the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services, and Indigenous Affairs, Brisbane City Council has installed a number of mobility aids, such as an access ramp to the 50-m outdoor pool, a PVC wheelchair for use on the ramp, and mobile lift for access to the indoor pool.

Here are all the activities lined up for opening day.

Tri & Squad Dash for Cash race

The program will start with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:00 a.m. on 17 December 2022, attended by Cr Sarah Hutton (Jamboree Ward), to be followed by a Tri & Squad Dash for Cash race sponsored by City Venue Management. 

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Everyone can get involved with all ages and disability heats at the ‘Dash for cash’ competition.

Photo credit: Jindalee Pool/Facebook

Facility management company City Venue Management, which currently operates around 25 venues across Southeast Queensland, has been operating the pool since September 2022.

Free Holiday-Themed Aqua Aerobics Class

Photo credit: Jindalee Pool/Facebook

Jindalee’s aqua aerobics classes have always been a hit among locals, especially among seniors looking for light exercises for the muscles. If you haven’t attended any of their aqua aerobics classes, don’t miss the chance on the pool’s grand reopening day!

Zooper Dooper Disco Dance Off

Jindalee Pool
Trevor the Turtle (Photo credit: Rackley Swimming Coomera (Coomera, QLD, Australia)/Facebook)

Jindalee Pool’s swimming mascot Trevor the Turtle will be joining in the fun for the last activity of the day. 

There’s a lot more to look forward to, such as free face painting for kids and a Sausage Sizzle during the afternoon in exchange of a gold coin donation. For more details about the upcoming event, visit Jindalee Pool’s website or Facebook page.

About the 50-Metre Pool

Jindalee Pool
Photo credit: Jindalee Pool/Facebook

The Jindalee Pool is a Brisbane City Council pool located at 11 Yallambee Road, Jindalee.

Aside from the 50m eight-lane outdoor pool, it also includes a children’s splash pad and 18-metre indoor heated swimming pool. They offer swimming lessons, squad programs, and stroke development classes. 


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To learn more about Council’s public pools, visit brisbane.qld.gov.au.