The Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre reopened its doors to the public over the weekend (January 22) after an Acknowledgement to Country. An Aboriginal Elder was first to enter the relaunched centre, followed by an excited local community.
The Belgravia Leisure team were joined by Lloyd Munro Snr, Lyall Munro Jnr, Councillor Murray Hartin for Moree Plains Shire Council, Councillor Mekayla Cochrane for Moree Plains and Council staff members.
Belgravia Leisure’s Area Manager Amanda Lenton was proud of the team who made Moree Artesian’s reopening a success. “The team and I are feeling extremely grateful to be a part of the amazing team that has made this reopening happen for the local community. The atmosphere at the venue over the weekend was incredible as people returned to this iconic venue. We’re looking forward to continuing to lead the way for Regional NSW.”
Council’s Director Corporate Services & Major Projects Scot MacDonald and Moree Tourism Board Member Margi Kirkby inspected the progress of the MAAC prior to the reopening and had this to say.
The new MAAC website is set to go live on January 31. In the meantime, learn more about Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre here.