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Registering your swimming pool or spa pool

Registering your swimming pool or spa pool is quick and easy. All property owners in NSW must register their swimming pool or spa pool on the NSW Swimming Pool Register. There is a handy 'How to register' video tutorial available on the Register website.

 To register your swimming pool or spa pool you will need to know:

  1. the address of the pool/spa (as it appears on your rates notice).
  2. the type of property such as a private residence, multi-occupancy (units etc) or tourist and visitor accommodation.
  3. if the property is waterfront, or on land greater than 2 hectares or less than 230 square metres.
  4. when the pool/spa was built (three date ranges apply).
  5. if the pool barrier has been substantially modified or rebuilt, and when that work took place (three  date ranges apply).

Swimming pool safety checklists, which can be used to assess the safety of your swimming pool or spa pool and ensure it meets relevant requirements, are also available on the Swimming Pool Register. There is no charge to register your pool on the NSW Swimming Pool Register. However, if you ask your local council to register your swimming pool or spa pool on your behalf, they may charge a fee of up to $10.00.

For more information about registering your swimming pool or spa pool, including how to update your details on the Register, contact your local council.

 

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