Kwinana Council Outline Its Facilities Reopening Schedule

The City Of Kwinana has announced the reopening of some of it services next Monday (18th, May, 2020), following the state government’s steps to ease restrictions around the coronavirus.

Kwinana has already reopened the council’s customer service area, and from Monday onwards, the Recquatic centre will be available for the community.

Recreational classes such as fitness, casual personal training and casual stadium will be offered, but the recquatic services and the pool will remain closed.

Meanwhile, the library will be reopened to the public in two weeks time as upgrade works took place until early June.

Mayor of Kwinana Carol Adams said the council did made decision lightly as decisions are made base on health and safety measures.

“While we have welcomed the news around the easing of restrictions, as a Local Government it has varied implications that have required a very considered approach to ensure the City is still adhering to the COVID-19 related restrictions, while providing the best service for our community in the most cost effective way,” she said.

“We are excited to bring some of our services back online. Unfortunately, this does not include some facilities and services such as all our pool and hydrotherapy pool, gym facilities, crèche, café, swim school, dry programs and team sports at the Recquatic and the Zone Youth Centre.”

“A feasibility assessment has determined they are to remain closed until phase 3 when the number of attendees could be less restricted.”

The council also intends to restart computer use and click and collect printing services at the Kwinana public library at the 25th, May, 2020.

On the same day, community centres in Bertram and Wellard will be open to regular hirers, and Zone Youth Space with services beginning from 1st of June.

As to the Recquatic Centre, it’s opening hours will be from 6:15AM to 6PM on weekdays, and 9AM to 12PM on weekends.

Information in regards to memberships, payment and bookings can be found on the Recquatic website, as well as a list of FAQ’s.


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