Millmerran Aquatic Centre

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About the project

Toowoomba Regional Council is upgrading the almost 60-year-old community facility. We know the current model was the best type of facility for the community at that time, but we need to make sure we get it right for this generation and future generations.

What does the next 60 years look like for the Millmerran Aquatic Centre?

Council is eager to find out how the facility is currently being used what the what the Millmerran community and surrounding districts are looking for in a new facility. Built in the 1960s, the current pool shell, expansion joints, plumbing, drainage and pipes have been assessed by an independent engineer as having reached the end of their useable lifecycle


New consultation phase

In mid-2020, Council announced it would be rebuilding the Millmerran Aquatic Centre, however the plans to refurbish the centre were reviewed in late-2020.

After seeking tenders for the refurbishment of the 50-metre pool and changerooms, it had become obvious that more work was needed on the facility than had previously been anticipated.

Council will be re-opening the centre on 11 November for the summer season while we gather further feedback from the community.


Have your say...

The community is encouraged to provide feedback on the future of the Millmerran Aquatic Centre via this survey.

You have until COB Friday 11 December 2020 to have your say.

Our Project team will also be out and about in Millmerran gathering information from now until the end of consultation. Come and talk with us on Saturday 21 November outside the Millmerran Customer Service Centre from 9am until 10:30am. We look forward to meeting you and hearing your feedback.


Further information

As the project progresses, Council will continue to provide updates. If you have any further queries about this project, please contact Council on 131 872 quoting ‘Millmerran Aquatic Centre’ .

About the project

Toowoomba Regional Council is upgrading the almost 60-year-old community facility. We know the current model was the best type of facility for the community at that time, but we need to make sure we get it right for this generation and future generations.

What does the next 60 years look like for the Millmerran Aquatic Centre?

Council is eager to find out how the facility is currently being used what the what the Millmerran community and surrounding districts are looking for in a new facility. Built in the 1960s, the current pool shell, expansion joints, plumbing, drainage and pipes have been assessed by an independent engineer as having reached the end of their useable lifecycle


New consultation phase

In mid-2020, Council announced it would be rebuilding the Millmerran Aquatic Centre, however the plans to refurbish the centre were reviewed in late-2020.

After seeking tenders for the refurbishment of the 50-metre pool and changerooms, it had become obvious that more work was needed on the facility than had previously been anticipated.

Council will be re-opening the centre on 11 November for the summer season while we gather further feedback from the community.


Have your say...

The community is encouraged to provide feedback on the future of the Millmerran Aquatic Centre via this survey.

You have until COB Friday 11 December 2020 to have your say.

Our Project team will also be out and about in Millmerran gathering information from now until the end of consultation. Come and talk with us on Saturday 21 November outside the Millmerran Customer Service Centre from 9am until 10:30am. We look forward to meeting you and hearing your feedback.


Further information

As the project progresses, Council will continue to provide updates. If you have any further queries about this project, please contact Council on 131 872 quoting ‘Millmerran Aquatic Centre’ .

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