Have a splashing good summer with $2 summer dips at Brisbane Council pools

Brisbane Council is bringing back the much-anticipated $2 Summer Dips this summer! From December 1 to February 29, an adult entry fee will be reduced from $6.40 to $2.

The $2 entry fee, which will apply to adults and children, will be unlimited, meaning residents can go as often as they want. The $2 entry fee will also apply on public holidays for all Brisbane Council pools.

This means the cost of taking a family of four will fall to $8 from up to $20.15. A family who goes to their local pool six times throughout the summer will save up to $72.90.

Anyone accompanying a person with a disability who requires attendant care support will continue to get free entry.

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said 15,000 Brisbane residents a day will save under the key cost-of-living initiative.

“We’re committed to keeping costs down for Brisbane residents and our $2 Summer Dips initiative is a key part of that,” Cr Schrinner said

“The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast a super-hot summer, and our Council pools will be the perfect place to beat the heat on a budget.

“Whether you’re a regular lap swimmer or a family that loves taking the kids for a dip on those hot summer days, slashing pool prices will help residents have fun, stay active and save.”

Brisbane Council has 22 pools across the city. For more information or to find your closest Council pool, visit the Brisbane Council website.

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