Solar Heated Residents only Resort Swimming Pool
Kookaburra Village has two resort swimming pools with shaded areas for you to relax in. There is a residents only solar-heated pool located at The Pavilion Lounge & Bar. Guests are not permitted in this pool, but they can enjoy the guest pool at the entrance to the village.
Residents and Guests BBQ Area &
Resort Swimming Pool
A second of the two resort swimming pools is at the entrance for residents to enjoy with their guests. Have a BBQ in the comfort of the covered dining area next to the Pool. Relax on the comfortable sun lounges under the shaded area. Or catch some Vitamin D in the sunny spots.
Guests must be accompanied by a resident at all times. Management retain the right to eject unaccompanied non residents from the pool area.
The Library is great for entertaining the grandchildren. A wonderful Free resource for residents. Please make sure that this area is treated respectfully.
Improve your pool safety
Drowning is one of the leading causes of death in Queensland for children under 5. For every child that drowns in a pool nearly 5 attend hospital with immersion injuries. Some of these children have permanent brain damage. Improve your pool safety by following these tips to Stay Swim Safe:
- Always STAY close to kids in the pool: Effective pool safety depends on the vigilance of parents and carers supervising young children around pools at all time.
Resort Swimming Pool Safety Rules
You should always be in the water with Children under 5 and older children should be supervised even when they can swim. Never take your eyes off children in, on or around water.
- Supervise children at all times when near, on, or around swimming pools,
- Supervision means constant visual contact, not the occasional glance.
- You should actively supervise children, even if they can swim.
- Avoid all distractions, including using a phone or opening the gate.
- Do not leave older children (under the age of 16) to supervise younger siblings.
- Children under five must be within arms’ reach, and children under 10 must be clearly and constantly visible and directly accessible.
- many immersions happen in the few seconds that parents are distracted.
- Be ready before going swimming e.g. towels, dry clothes mobile phone in case of emergency situation
- Do not leave a child alone or in the care of an older child when around the water.
- ALWAYS Ensure the child is within arms’ reach.
- Be prepared to get wet in case of an emergency.
Please do not leave children under 16 unattended in the pool area even if they can swim. Children must be attended at all times even if they just intend to visit the library.