The following Aquatic Facilities will re-open on Saturday 16 May 2020:
No programs will be delivered at this stage including no aqua aerobics, learn to swim or swim squads.
There is a maximum of 20 people able to be at the pool at any given time. This means we need to be considerate of others that may be waiting to enter the pool for their training and exercise.
How many people are allowed at the Airlie Beach Lagoon?
Lagoon = 50 people at any given time
Parkland = 50 people at any given time. This includes parents/carers that are watching their children in the water.
This means we need to be considerate of others that may be waiting to enter the lagoon. For those wanting to enjoy the sunshine, have a picnic and catch up with family and friends in a group of up to 20 people, we encourage you to also visit other recreation areas such as local beaches of the Airlie Beach Foreshore.
Are the pools, water parks and lagoon open at normal times?
Yes. The standard hours are:
There is a maximum of 20 people able to be at the Water Park at any given time. This means we need to be considerate of others that may be waiting to enter the Water Park.
Based on the Queensland Governments COVID Safe check points, it is expected as of 12 July 2020 further relaxations will apply increasing numbers to 100 people at our facilities.
Will someone be monitoring how long people use the facility for?
Yes, our aquatic facility staff and lifeguards will be monitoring attendance at the facilities so we can ensure everyone gets an opportunity to train and exercise. We ask you to be considerate of others that may be wanting to use the facility while we have restricted numbers.
No. However, those attending the aquatic facility for a physiotherapy/hydrotherapy session can book a time to use the facility. To arrange times for these sessions please contact the facility directly.
Those attending the aquatic facility for a physiotherapy/hydrotherapy session can book a time to use the facility.
There is a maximum of 20 people able to be at the pool at any given time. If your club membership exceeds 20 people you may consider individual training until restrictions are lifted and Stage 3 commences.
Lifeguards will be monitoring the pool and there will be one person per swim lane. We will also have line markings at the kiosk and amenities to show customers where to stand enabling the 1.5m social distancing. Customers are to change and shower at home to minimise the use of the amenities.
No, the facilities are open for exercise and training purposes only. We encourage you to have a picnic at Council’s parks or foreshores, adhering groups of 20 people gatherings.
There is a maximum of 20 people able to be at the waterpark at any given time. We encourage you to share a picnic at Council's parks or foreshores, adhering to groups of 20 people.
There is a maximum of 20 people gatherings at the lagoon. Until the restrictions are relaxed and more people are able to visit the Lagoon, we encourage you to share at Council's parks and foreshores, adhering to groups of 20 people gatherings.
Can I visit the lagoon if I live out of town?
As of midday 1 June 2020, those living in Queensland borders can travel anywhere in Queensland and we welcome visitors to the Airlie Beach Lagoon.
How many people can be on a slide at the Water Park and how will this be monitored?
One person per slide. We encourage parents to actively supervise their children and help maintain 1.5m social distancing.
Are the facilities clean and hygienic?
The Aquatic Facilities are regularly cleaned and during this time we have increased cleaning of surfaces and amenities.
There is a maximum of 20 people at the aquatic facilities. Following the Queensland Government’s COVID Safe check points, restrictions may be relaxed to enable more people to attend the facilities e.g. 100 people from 10 July.
The Proserpine Pool is heated and is currently 26 degrees Celsius. During the peak winter period the water can drop to 21 degrees Celsius.