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Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre

Introduction

Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre is a $12M project being jointly funded with $3.8M from the Australian Government and $3.5M from the Tasmanian Government with Council funding the remaining $4.7M.

The centre will provide swimming and water based recreation spaces as well as including ‘dry’ program rooms and refurbishment of two existing squash courts into an exercise program room.

By locating on site with the existing indoor sports stadium there is opportunity for a range of community health and wellbeing programs to be offered from the site.

 

Concept Plans Key Features

  • A six lane, 25 metre pool.  The pool starts at 0.9m depth through to 1.8m depth  with a 1.2m deep zone suitable for aqua fit or similar water based activities;
  • Program pool, 3 lane, 12.5m long, shallower depth for learn to swim (0.9m), running at a warmer temperature than main pool;
  • Aquatic play area beach entry 0.25m depth and play equipment;
  • Multipurpose program space with two rooms capable of being used together or separately;
  • Separate male and female change room facilities including toilet and shower facilities;
  • Three family change rooms;
  • Disability access change room and toilet facility;
  • An entrance foyer, office, reception / kiosk area and external courtyard area with seating;
  • Refurbishment of two squash courts into a single exercise space;
  • A mechanical plant room to house pool filtration, water treatment and heating plant including mechanical plant platforms;
  • Solar water pre heating, solar panels; and
  • Connection and integration into the adjoining existing sports facility.

Construction commenced in October 2017 and is forecast for completion by December 2018.  The buidling contract was awarded to Stubbs Constructions Pty Ltd, a Burnie based building contractor.

 

 

 

Pool concept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 1 - Artistic representation of facility viewed from deep end of pool

Main entry

Figure 2 - Artistic representation of main entry

 

 

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Figure 3 - Construction Progress September 2018

 

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Figure 4 - Construction Progress September 2018

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