Moreton Bay Regional Council has commenced construction on the major $5.4 million Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre (CRALC) upgrade at Burpengary.
The Fluidra and Zodiac merger has been finalised. Announced in November 2017, the deal brings together a portfolio of recognised brands and gives it a direct presence in 45 countries.
Flowcrete Australia has launched Flowsports Aquatic, a range of high-performance resin flooring solutions for aquatic, leisure and recreation facilities.
Another ageing aquatic centre is set to get a makeover, thanks to a $10m federal government funding contribution announced earlier this week.
New research from the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland suggests that while solar power can provide around 30% of the required energy needs for indoor public swimming pools, there are still some major considerations required at the planning stage to make it a truly viable alternative.
The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) in the US has announced the formation of its new Commercial Council.
The Sans Souci swimming pool in Sydney's south is the latest aquatic centre to receive substantial funding for an upgrade.
A survey into the use of public aquatic facilities in South Australia is now open.
Up to $75.2 million will be invested in the construction of a contemporary aquatic leisure centre for Parramatta after Council endorsed the business case for the new facility.
Blue Mountains residents may have been thrown a lifeline, with council agreeing to review additional technical reports and undertake further consultation.
A new beachside public swimming pool located in the Perth suburb of Scarborough is being hailed as a 'game changer', thanks to its eco-friendly design.
Work on the City of Sydney's highly anticipated new aquatic centre in Green Square — the largest to be built in Sydney in nearly 20 years — will soon get underway.
Wave pools and water parks are the order of the day at the moment, according to reports published on Australian Leisure Management.
Locals in the NT town of Katherine have raised concerns over chemical levels in their town pool, with PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) levels almost reaching the maximum permitted level.