In the early hours of Tuesday morning, a new water-filled container pool at the Royal Swan swimming pool in Perth became the latest in a series of new pools being built around the country to offer swimmers a new and unique way to enjoy swimming.
As the Perth City Council announced that the Swan, a 10-metre pool on the city’s north-west fringe, would be a temporary water-free venue until the end of 2021, residents of the suburb of Westcote, where the pool is located, said they were very excited to see the new pool.
“It’s a huge relief for us, because we are still stuck in a time when people come to the Swan because they are in a hurry,” said resident Sarah Kavanagh.
The Swan has a great history’The construction of the Swan will cost $11 million and is set to be complete by mid-2019.”
It is great for people to get to the pool and swim and enjoy the water and the views.”‘
The Swan has a great history’The construction of the Swan will cost $11 million and is set to be complete by mid-2019.
Construction is expected to start in 2019.
The Swan was opened in March 2020 after a three-year refurbishment.
“We have had some great feedback from the community and the Swan has been a great success,” said Mayor Greg Griffin.
“There have been many people who have come from around the world and there is a lot of interest from the Australian and overseas communities.”
I’m delighted the Swan is being restored to its original glory and we can enjoy the pool.