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January 21, 2022

Back in the swim at Lismore

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Lismore Memorial Baths. Photo supplied.

With summer arriving a few months ahead of schedule, swimmers will be excited to hear that Lismore Memorial Baths are re-opening today for the 2019/20 swimming season.

The Baths will be open from 6am to 6pm and on weekends from 9am to 5pm. There will also be extended hours for 35 degree plus days (Monday to Friday until 8pm and Sunday until 7pm).

The Lismore Memorial Baths has played a central role in the Lismore community since 1928. There’s a kiosk on site and the pool can also cater for birthday parties.

Historical photo of Lismore Memorial Baths. Photo supplied.

As well as being available for lap swimming and recreational use, the Lismore Memorial Baths offers learn-to-swim classes at the Baths during Term 4 2019 and Term 1 2020. Free swim assessments are available for children – phone 6621 6166 to book an appointment.

Once daylight saving commences on Sunday, 6 October, the Memorial Baths will be open Monday to Friday from 6am to 7pm.

The Lismore Memorial Baths is located in the Lismore CBD at 179 Molesworth Street, Lismore, near the river.


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