Progress report one (November 2009)
The project will commence at the end of the swimming season in March 2010. Contractors have been booked to commence at this time.
Progress report two (April 2010)
The leak eradication works have begun. Trenches from the pools to the plant room have been excavated. The installation and connection of new pipe work is now being undertaken.
The project involved mainly underground works, specifically replacing 65 year old pipework between the plant room and the pool shell. The only visible work was trenching, which passes through grass areas and some original concrete paths and gutters. In these cases, original structures were replaced replicas.
Without this leak eradication project, the Maryborough Outdoor Pool may have been required to close due to severe water restrictions. The finished project has ensured that the pool can remain open, and the community retains an integral asset. The heritage value of the site has also been preserved.
- Australian Heritage Week
- Public notices
- Asia-Pacific Focal Point
- Australia's dinosaurs
- Managing Commonwealth heritage places
- Australian Heritage Council
- Australian Heritage Places Inventory (AHPI)
- Australian Heritage Database
- Australian Heritage Information
- Export permits
- Indigenous heritage
- Place managers network
- Historic Shipwrecks Program factsheet
- Patrimonito Storyboard competition
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