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Miami Aquatic Centre redevelopment


The Miami Aquatic Centre is an outstanding piece of sporting and social infrastructure within the central Gold Coast.

Originally established in 1976, the centre has developed a strong following of elite and competitive swimmers and has remained relatively unchanged since its construction.

A new, contemporary look has been developed to reflect its evolution as an integrated aquatic centre supporting aquatic-based programs and services for current and future users.

Construction works are expected to commence in late 2019 and be complete by early 2021.

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Closure details and impacts

  • The original eight-lane 50-metre pool, learn to swim, tennis and volleyball courts, and clubhouses will be closed, demolished and replaced with fresh, modern facilities.
  • The 10-lane 50-metre pool and change amenities will remain open.

Construction outcomes

  • A new, multi-functional 10-lane pool, in keeping with high performance classification.
  • A new learn to swim pool.
  • A new reception and administration area, café and retail lounge, first aid and public amenity building.
  • Tennis and volleyball courts will be removed.

Recently expanded tennis facilities are now available on the other side of Pizzey Park.

City of Gold Coast and the aquatic centre's management is liaising with existing pool user groups and other stakeholders to assist with interim arrangements and to minimise disruption during construction. This exciting project forms part of a greater vision for our City's health and recreation facilities and we look forward to providing you with further updates as the project progresses.

Follow the Miami Aquatic Centre or Rackley Swimming Miami Facebook pages to find out more.

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