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by Felicity Banks (subscribe)
I'm a writer of interactive and normal novels including steampunk fantasy app books set mainly in Australia. Banks
Published January 9th 2015
Fun for little ones
Belconnen Pool was greeted with alacrity by locals, and its popularity has only grown.

The 25 metre pool is attached to the kids' section. It is often unavailable to the public because of swimming lessons (the 50m pool is usually fine, but you can check on their web site). Lessons are run quarterly, and fill up quickly. The swim instructors are excellent.

Toddlers and younger kids adore the kids' play area - it gets gradually deeper, so they can find their own comfort level, and has loads of fun fountains, waterfalls, and an island for jumping in as their confidence grows.

For an extra fee, kids can go on the waterslide.

In school holidays, there are often two large bouncy play areas - one in the pool, and one on sand outside.

The 50 metre pool has pleasant natural views out the windows at the far end.

On the down side, CISAC feels more chlorinated than other pools - possibly by necessity, since it is more popular.

Photos are strictly forbidden. Parking must be paid for.
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Why? Fountains of fun
Phone: 6251 7888
Where: 100 Eastern Valley Way, Bruce
Cost: $6 adults, $4.50 kids 2 and up
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