Crestwood Pool Rules and Open Times
Our pools are open October to April each year.
To gain entry to the pools you must be able to present a valid entry pass.
Pool passes will only be issued to residents whose home owner fees have been paid in full or are not in arrears if paying by Option B – the instalment plan.
The following general conditions apply for pool passes.
Pool passes will only be issued to qualifying permanent residents of Crestwood. Identification linking individuals to a residential address may be required in some circumstances.
Will be issued to residents over 18 years.
Will be issued to residents 10 to 18 years. Birth Certificates may be required to prove date of birth. When considering a junior pool pass for your child, we ask all parents to assess their child’s swimming ability, including their behaviour and confidence in the water, when left unsupervised.
NOTE: Children under 10 years old will not be issued with an independent individual entry pass under any circumstances and must be accompanied by a supervising and responsible adult resident (18 years and over) at all times whilst in the pool area.
A resident must accompany the visitor and use their resident’s pool pass to gain entry for them to the pool. Each adult pool pass holder will be entitled to enter up to the equivalent of (1) family at any given time and each junior pool pass holder will be entitled to enter (2) visitors (10 years and over and must be able to swim). The pool rules and regulations bind the visitor, in the same way as residents.
Special Pool Passes
Are available for family and friends visiting your home for 7 days or more. These passes are available on application to committee representative of the aquatic center.
20s Club Membership Gold Passes
Are available for homeowners who have owned a property in Crestwood for 20 years or more.
A charge of $5.00 per replacement pass will apply. Please complete the Replacement Pass Form available from the pool office. Please note that an adult resident is required to sign for all replacement passes.
Remember it is everyone’s responsibility to take personal ownership for safety and behaviour when using the pool.
The Association has a “Zero Tolerance Policy” concerning anti-social behaviour or unsafe acts. Any acts of vandalism, anti-social behaviour or breach of pool rules will result in the penalties listed on the pool rules.
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