Construction workers have broken ground on the City of Salisbury’s new $28.4 million swim facility, partly funded through a $7.185 million investment from the South Australian Government.

The City of Salisbury received funding from the South Australian Government’s Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program in 2021 to help make the redevelopment a reality.

The construction process will create more than 90 jobs, while around 27 jobs will be created following the project’s completion.

Mossop Construction and Interiors, a proud South Australian business, is tasked with delivering the exciting Salisbury Aquatic and Recreation Precinct Redevelopment.

Key elements of the redevelopment include; a new 50moutdoor pool, heated 25m indoor lap and leisure pools, water slides, a gymnasium, water play park and café.

Expected to be completed in 2024, the construction phase of the redevelopment officially commenced on Wednesday July 13, with City of Sailsbury Mayor, Gillian Aldridge OAM, turning the first sod at Happy Home Reserve.

The Salisbury Aquatic and Recreation Precinct has been a much-loved community facility for many years, and this project will deliver important new facilities that will benefit the entire community,” Mayor Aldridge said.

The City of Salisbury takes the health and wellbeing of our community very seriously and this magnificent recreational facility will continue to be a popular location to connect with others, be active and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings, which enhance our quality of life.

The combination of indoor and outdoor pools enable year-round usage, while also encouraging visitors to enjoy the fantastic natural surroundings and walking trails.

Featured Image: Salisbury Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM attending the sod turning ceremony at Happy Home Reserve. Image: Salisbury Council.


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