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The Sydney Harbour Pool is the oldest pool in Australia and was home to Australia’s first swimming and water polo clubs. The pool has been refurbished as part of an $8 million heritage restoration project and reopened in September 2021. The pool is a great place for swimmers of all ages and abilities to enjoy the city’s beautiful waterways.
Scenic Pools reportedly rushed to get the contract signed by Tony and began digging a two-metre deep hole in his backyard before the end of March, leaving him with an open pit just a metre away from his home. A few days later, he received an email from the company’s director apologising for the delay and saying it was due to a family tragedy and insufficient staffing.
Another client, Rakesh Goel from Kellyville in Sydney’s northwest, said he was given a quote for his backyard pool in late February and paid $64,000 in April. He was told that 98 per cent of the work would be completed by April, but after a month without any workers visiting his home, Mr Goel sent more emails asking for an update on the progress of the job. He eventually received a phone call from the director, who told him that he was sorry and that a ‘family tragedy’ had caused delays in his department.
Royal Lifesaving Society NSW chief executive Michael Ilinsky urged governments to start building pools in fast-growing areas now, saying they provided important mental and physical benefits. He added that they were particularly important in disadvantaged communities where drowning rates are higher, and said swimming skills were key to reducing deaths by water.
He called on both major parties to make pre-election commitments to build new swimming pools in growth areas, and urged councils to set aside land for them now to avoid future backlogs. He also said the government needed to restore councils’ ability to spend levies on a range of community infrastructure, including water-based projects. A Labor spokesperson said the party understood the pressures facing local government and if elected, it would look at options with councils to allow them to deliver more quickly.