There are 22 Council swimming pools across Brisbane offering opportunities for fun, fitness and recreation. Visit a Council pool to cool off, relax, enjoy water play, swim laps, attend a fitness class, learn to swim, improve your swim stroke or join a swimming club.

Pools are owned by Council, but managed by private operators who can assist with information about the facilities and activities offered. Pool facilities differ between venues and pool open hours may vary between seasons. View individual pool pages for detailed information.

All Council pools honour the Queensland Government Companion Card, allowing free entry for anyone accompanying a person with a disability who requires attendant care support. Council endorses the Royal Life Saving Society's Keep Watch program which aims to prevent children drowning.

$2 Summer Dips initiative

To make Council’s pools more affordable, Council has reduced general entry fees for summer. From 1 December 2023 to 29 February 2024, $2 fees will apply to general admissions.

More information regarding the $2 Summer Dips will be provided in the coming months.


Find pool events 

We run a heap of active and healthy events from our Council pools. Check out our What's On events calendar.

Aqua parks and water play areas

Find water play areas in Council parks and pools with water play features and wading pools suitable for kids and toddlers.

Chermside Aquatic Centre

Set amongst tropical gardens with heated pools (indoor and outdoor), the complex is also home to a water park with six waterslides and lagoon play area.

Find a Council pool near you

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Spring Hill Baths

14 Torrington Street, Spring Hill

07 3054 4359

The Emily Seebohm Aquatic Centre - Fitzgibbon

523 Telegraph Road, Fitzgibbon

07 3269 8906

Valley Pool, Fortitude Valley

432 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley

07 3852 1231

Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool

55 School Road, Yeronga

07 3848 8575


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Last updated: 18 September 2023

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