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Sea Lake Swimming Pool


Horace StreetSeaLake 3533

Phone:  03 5070 1321


The Sea Lake Swimming Pool provides residents of all ages with the opportunity to enjoy social contact and participation in recreational activities such as swimming, water sports and exercise while at the same time being instrumental in the promotion and education of water safety.

For information regarding the Sea Lake Swimming Pool contact:

Anthony Judd

Recreation Officer, Buloke Shire Council

Ph: 03 5492 2200



*  33m Outdoor Swimming Pool

*  Toddler Pool

*  Kiosk


Pool Season:

November through to March (dates to be determined)

Operating Hours:

Monday - Friday  3 pm - 7 pm

Weekends, School Holidays and Public Holidays  2 pm - 7 pm


What's Happening

The Sea Lake Swimming Pool committee has been successful in receiving a grant to install a liner for the pool shell. To complement the liner, new pipework will also be installed.

The installation of the liner and new pipework will stop the excessive leakage that the pool has been experiencing over many years.

The Sea Lake Swimming Pool has been very fortunate to receive funding from both the State Government and Buloke Shire Council to assist with capital works over the past three years.

This funding has enabled us to build new changerooms, install a new pump, erect a shadesail and secure solar blankets with reels. Funding from the State Government is vital for small communities to continue to exist.

If you would like any further information please call 0459 955 202.



To be eligible your child will need to be able to swim at least 25 metres.  This is not a Learn to Swim Club - we will teach the basics to develop stroke correction and improve fitness and training procedures.  Swim Club will be held weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 5pm.


Affiliated with Nyah Two Bays Swimming Club, the Sea Lake Swim Club will enable promising young swimmers the chance to compete against other children at swimming carnivals.