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Spirit Radio Chemist Warehouse Aquarena Family Fun Day

Get ready for some awesome fun at the pool with the much loved Aquarena Family Fun Day happening on Sunday 10 December from 12pm until 4pm!

The Spirit Radio Chemist Warehouse Aquarena Family Fun Day is jam packed with activities for all ages, with the inflatable fun factories; the BIFF, WIFF, SMIFF and CRIFF, inflatable volleyball for the sports lover, water slides, an obstacle course, tarzan rope, face painting, and a petting zoo for all the animal lovers (Old MacDonalds Farm).

Spirit Radio will be pumping the cool tunes all afternoon live from the centre, as well as entertainment from All Things Dance at 12.30.

The café will be selling mouth-watering treats and their famous chips all afternoon, as well as the Geraldton Amateur Swimming Club raising some funds with a classic sausage sizzle.

Santa and Cray-Z will be out and about, come say hi!

There will also be lots of giveaways and games to join in with, so bring a noodle and enter the kids in the Funkita Funky Trunks Noodle Competition at 2pm to win a pair of bathers in their size.

This event is proudly supported by Spirit 98.1 FM Radio, Iluka Resources, Cat West Road Services, City in Colour Painting and Decorating, Sun City Print and The City of Greater Geraldton Aquarena.

Crèche has re-opened

Opening hours: Mon to Fri 9:00am- 5:00pm

Jacks Shed

A local community group operates Jack’s Shed where newspapers are accepted free of charge for recycling. Jack’s Shed is located in the carpark of Geraldton Aquarena, Pass Street Wonthella. 

Please ensure all old newspapers are placed flat and tied into bundles of no more than 20. Although used phone books and magazines are accepted, patrons are required to kindly remove all glossy inserts and/or pages (e.g. tear the cover off your old phone book before stacking with the newspapers).

http://www.geraldtonaquarenausergroup.org.au/jacks-shed.html

Aquarena goes renewable

The Geraldton Aquarena is now heated using geothermal energy. Obtained from heat in the ground, using state of the art technology, geothermal energy is renewable and cost efficient, making our swimming pools environmentally friendly for a sustainable future.

The Aquarena's gas consumption is being reduced by up to 70 per cent per annum saving the City of Greater Geraldton around $84,000 every year.

The geothermal heating system is reducing CO2 emissions with an average annual carbon offset of approximately 108 tonnes.