Tasmania’s regions fight to keep publicly owned pools open as maintenance costs rise | ABC News

Tasmania may have the coldest climate in the country, but historically that hasn’t stopped locals from using outdoor pools.

Half a century ago, most towns across the state raised funds and built them themselves, but for the councils that own then now, they’ve become a financial drain.

So communities are having to come up with ways to keep their pools afloat.

Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-26/tasmanian-public-pools-under-threat/12492356

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