Tell the council what you need and expect Now is your opportunity to tell the Georges River Council what we want for the future of the Carss Park, Kogarah War Memorial Olympic Pool - We want them to REBUILD in the same place. Comment on Georges River Council's Aquatic Facilities by 20th November 2019 Georges … Continue reading Council’s Pool Survey: Comment by November 20th
3pm today Come to the Rally at Carss Park Pool Help save Carss Park Pool, the Kogarah War Memorial Pool Hear Chris Minns (Kogarah State MP) Mark Coure (Oatley State MP) Dick Caine (legendary swimming coach) speak about what the pool means to them and ask them your questions. Council swimming pools are important … Continue reading Rally Update – 19th Jan 2019
NRASC (North Ramsgate Amateur Swimming Club) members want to 'Save Carss Park Pool', 'The Kogarah War Memorial Swimming Pool' at Carss Park 2221, and are very keen to maintain their use of the local swimming centre. Here is a message of support from the NRASC: "The Kogarah War Memorial Swimming Pool, Carss Park has been the … Continue reading NRASC at Carss Park Pool, Carss Park 2221
Georges River Council is currently considering the long-term future of Carss Park Pool and Gym. The council's analysis and recommendations for Carss Park Pool are included in the council's Draft Open Space, Recreation and Community Facilities Strategy. Unfortunately, two of the council's recommendations are to close the pool or to relocate the pool. Alternatively the pool could be … Continue reading The Community Consultation Period Has Commenced !
In mid-November 2018 the Community and Culture Standing Committee of the Georges River Council considered the recommendation to approve the release of the draft Open Space Strategy report for public exhibition and comment on December 3rd 2018. We took the opportunity to speak about Carss Park Pool as one of those open spaces. One of … Continue reading Carss Park Pool on the Council Agenda
We first heard that the Georges River Council were considering changes to Carss Park Pool earlier this year (2018). Since then developments have indicated that most of the council doesn't want to keep the pool (possibly covering it with a car park), or they want to put it in a different location, or convert this … Continue reading The Journey Begins