Nowra Aquatic Park, Nowra NSW
PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL & AQUATIC PARK IN NOWRA, NSW
The newly refurbished Nowra Aquatic Park offers a variety of facilities including a 9-lane FINA standard 50m outdoor pool, Splash Play Park and the community-named ‘Vortex’ and ‘Rampage’ waterslides – making it the perfect place for a family day out! The spacious meeting room is also ideal for training sessions, corporate events and special occasions with catering available upon request.
Open from 6am to 7-pm most week days and 10am to 5pm on weekends, you will find the Nowra Aquatic Centre at: 20 Scenic Drive, Nowra NSW 2541
More information about the Aquatic Centre can also be found by visiting: https://shoalhavenssf.com.au/visit/locations/nowra-aquatic-park
Nowra is a town in the South Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 160 kilometres south-southwest of the state capital of Sydney With its twin-town of Bomaderry, as at June 2018, Nowra had an estimated population of 37,420. It is also the seat and commercial centre of the City of Shoalhaven.
The Nowra region, south of Bomaderry Creek was inhabited by the Wodi-Wodi tribe of the Yuin nation while north of Bomaderry Creek was inhabited by the Dharawal Aboriginal people prior to European arrival. Around 1824, ex-convict Mary Reibey applied for a land grant in the Burrier area, on the southern side of the Shoalhaven River. The Nowra township was officially recognised in 1852. Less than ten years later, in 1861, a postal service was established. Also in that year, the racehorse ‘Archer‘, trained in Nowra by Etienne de Mestre, won the first Melbourne Cup. By 1885, Nowra was declared a town.
What We Did
To complete the refurbishment of the Nowra Aquatic Park, Nextrend were engaged to supply chairs that were comfortable, weather resistant, strong and uv stabilised. The chair selected for this was the Air XL Armchair. Designed to allow water to pass through, these chairs are ideal for use around pools and in areas where they are likely to get wet.