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Gold Coast Aquatic Centre re-opens after post Commonwealth Games changes
Having staged the successful swimming program during the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre has been re-opened to the public following the removal of its event overlay.
City of Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has advised that crews had worked tirelessly to dismantle and remove the temporary seating and equipment used for the 60 Commonwealth Games medal events, advising “the Aquatic Centre performed brilliantly for the Games, but it has been closed to the public since 10th February so City staff have been working hard to get it reopened.
"Outside, there is still some re-turfing work to be complete but from today, we're reopen.
"I'm proud of what we've delivered for the Commonwealth Games but I'm equally proud of the legacy that remains for the community. Our city is determined to ensure we maximise the return on our investment with all City venues.”
With its naming rights deal with Optus having ended, the venue will stage the AquaSplash community event on Saturday 23rd June – a free family event that will feature diving and synchronised swimming displays, an inflatable obstacle course and novelty pool races.
Mayor Tate said major city venues are booked out until the end of the year with events like the Netball Australia test match at Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre and the Pan Pacific Master Games for Swimming and Diving, 2018 FINA Grand Prix and the Australian Transplant Games at the Aquatic Centre.
The Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre opened on 4th June and Coomera Indoor Sports Centre is due to reopen on 17th June.
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4th April 2018 - GOLD COAST READY FOR LARGEST EVER COMMONWEALTH GAMES
27th February 2018 - OPTUS TAKES ON NAMING RIGHTS FOR GOLD COAST AQUATIC CENTRE
21st December 2017 - MASSIVE ROOFTOP SOLAR INSTALLATION LAUNCHED AT GOLD COAST AQUATIC CENTRE
8th November 2017 - OPTUS SECURES NAMING RIGHTS FOR NEW PERTH STADIUM
17th October 2017 - COMMONWEALTH GAMES LEGACY TO BENEFIT QUEENSLAND SPORT
9th August 2017 - CRYSTAL POOLS MARKS 60 YEARS OF SWIMMING POOL INNOVATION
15th July 2017 - HOCKEY CENTRE OPENING SEES ALL GC2018 COMPETITION VENUES READY
30th April 2017 - GOLD COAST 2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES VENUE OPENS IN CARRARA
5th August 2016 - GOLD COAST COMMONWEALTH GAMES INDOOR SPORT VENUE OPENS
10th February 2016 - GROWING CALLS FOR ROOF TO COVER GOLD COAST AQUATIC CENTRE
15th August 2015 - GOLD COAST AQUATIC CENTRE FAILS TO REACH PREDICTED REVENUE LEVELS
7th January 2015 - OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST JOINS GOLD COAST CITY COUNCIL AQUATIC MANAGEMENT TEAM
17th September 2014 - AMBITIOUS LOCATIONS LOOK TO LOW-COST INFLATABLE AQUATIC PLAYGROUNDS
15th August 2014 - WORK TO START ON KEY GOLD COAST COMMONWEALTH GAMES FACILITIES
18th February 2012 - GOLD COAST 2018 GAMES CHAIR ANNOUNCES CHIEF EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENT
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