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Pioneer Swim Centre

Mackay, Mackay Area

Set within landscaped gardens in the John Breen Park recreational precinct in North Mackay, Pioneer Swim Centre provides convenient access to all patrons.

Facilities include a 50 metre by eight lane Olympic outdoor pool, 15 metre by eight metre toddler pool with interactive water play equipment and an undercover grandstand, ideal for large events and swimming carnivals.

It also provides large shaded areas and tables with seating as well as free use of the electric barbecue, great for family get-togethers.

Car park and bike rack facilities are available, Easy Access Chairlift.

Fully serviced first aid and life saving equipment.

Close proximity to skatepark, roller hockey court, Gooseponds walking track, Gooseponds Dog Park and John Breen Park. Provision of free sunscreen (in partnership with Suncorp).

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk
  • Lockers

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