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Arrowtown Memorial Pool
Arrowtown Memorial Pool typically opens for the summer season from late November to early March. The 2022/23 season has come to a close early due to staffing issues. The 2023/24 season will be announced later this year. Stay tuned!
Normal seasonal opening hours are Monday-Sunday, 11.00am-6.00pm.
Early closing at 5.00pm on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
To help plan your visit, you can view pool lane bookings to make sure there's a lane available for you.
Arrowtown Memorial Pool is currently closed for the 2022/23 season. We'll see everyone at the start of summer 2023 with dates to be announced later in the year.
NB Opening hours for our various facilities are subject to change. This can be for pre-arranged maintenance and event bookings or occasionally for reasons beyond our control. In all cases we do our best to publicise changes in advance or as quickly as possible.
For up to the minute news on closures or cancellations follow QLDC Sport & Recreation on Facebook. If you are making a special trip it is always worth giving Arrowtown Memorial Pool a call on (03) 442 0145 before you set out.Close
Arrowtown Memorial Pool is open during the summer months only. Payment can be made by cash or eftpos. There are no credit options available.
Senior / Beneficiary
Casual Swim $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 N/A Season Pass TBC - 23/24 TBC - 23/24 TBC - 23/24 TBC - 23/24
We also offer a special 'Toddler Time' discount of $3.00 per adult, with up to two toddlers aged four and under swimming free.
Please Note: An Arrowtown Memorial Pool swim membership doesn't include free use of other Queenstown Lakes District Council swimming facilities. However, in the event that Arrowtown pool is closed due to bad weather, Arrowtown memberships will be accepted at Alpine Aqualand (Queenstown Events Centre). Keep an eye one our Facebook Page for the latest updates.
Terms and Conditions
Senior/Beneficiary: 65+ years with ID or holders of a Super Gold or Community Services Card
Child: 5 years - 17 years (Valid NZ High School ID required)
Toddler: 4 years or under
Family memberships: One or more dependent children living with one or two responsible adults (i.e. parents and/or caregivers) at the same address; QLDC reserves the right to request proof of address and other qualifying documents at time of purchase.
For full details of what's happening at Arrowtown Memorial Pool give the team a call on (03) 442 0145 before you set out.Close
Main Outdoor Pool
Our main pool is 29 metres long, has five lanes and ranges in depth from 0.9m to 1.8m. The water is heated by an LPG boiler. We aim to have at least two lanes available for public lap swimming during our operating hours.
Our outdoor toddler pool is 5m x 5m and 0.5m deep, with a target water temperature of 27°C.
Snack Shop & Picnic Area
A small selection of drinks, snacks, sweets and ice-creams are available at our snack shop. We have a large grass area and a covered picnic area with tables and chairs available.
Separate male and female change areas are available, including a baby change table, toilets and heated showers. For security reasons we recommend leaving your valuables at home where possible.
Any items left behind or handed into our staff will be kept in lost property as follows:
Valuables - handed to NZ Police after 24 hours
Toiletries - kept for one week and then thrown out
Clothing - kept for one month and then given to a local charity shop
Socks/Underwear - thrown out at the end of the day.
Our Supervision Policy
4 Hertford Street, Arrowtown 9302
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