Mudgee Water Park

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Final touches including landscaping and site training will be undertaken at Mudgee Water Park over Winter ahead of the official opening at the start of the Summer Swimming Season in September.

The accessible park, that includes large water slide, rock pool, water spray platform, dumping bucket, spray cannons, jets and streams, caters for all children from toddlers to young adults.

Council secured $800,000 in grant funding to build the all new facility through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities fund. A water park was identified as one of the top three priority projects by residents during consultation for the Mid-Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan.

Final touches including landscaping and site training will be undertaken at Mudgee Water Park over Winter ahead of the official opening at the start of the Summer Swimming Season in September.

The accessible park, that includes large water slide, rock pool, water spray platform, dumping bucket, spray cannons, jets and streams, caters for all children from toddlers to young adults.

Council secured $800,000 in grant funding to build the all new facility through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities fund. A water park was identified as one of the top three priority projects by residents during consultation for the Mid-Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan.

Consultation has concluded
  • Mudgee Water Park Officially Opened

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    23 Apr 2020
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    Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders was joined by Mayor of the Mid-Western Region Des Kennedy to officially open the Mudgee Water Park today.

    Jointly funded by Council and the NSW Government through its Stronger Country Communities Fund, the park is located at Mudgee Pool and caters for all children from toddlers to young adults.

    Mayor Des Kennedy said there has been strong community support for a children’s water park for some time.

    “A water park was identified by residents as one of their top three priority projects during community consultation and engagement for the Mid-Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan in 2017,” Cr Kennedy said.

    “The park has been open to the public since September and has been hugely popular with families throughout the region.

    “I thank the NSW Government for supporting Council to deliver this project for the Region.”

    Council secured $800,000 through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund to support the project with a further $400,000 contributed by Council.

    Member for Dubbo Dugald Saunders said the park is just one example of how the Stronger Country Communities Fund is making regional communities even better places to live.

    "The NSW Government is proud to have been able to work with Mid-Western Regional Council to provide this excellent facility for all residents of the Mid-Western Region,” Mr Saunders said.

    “Heading into summer I can see this park will be well-used by the children of this region.”

    The park includes large water slide, rock pool, water spray platform, dumping bucket, spray cannons, jets and streams, caters for all children from toddlers to young adults.

    Entry to Mudgee Water Park is included in the entry fee to Mudgee Pool.

  • Water Park ready for Summer opening

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    09 May 2019
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    Final touches including landscaping and site training will be undertaken at Mudgee Water Park over winter ahead of the official opening at the start of the Summer Swimming Season in September.

    The accessible park, that includes large water slide, rock pool, water spray platform, dumping bucket, spray cannons, jets and streams, caters for all children from toddlers to young adults.

    Council secured $800,000 in grant funding to build the all new facility through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities fund. A water park was identified as one of the top three priority projects by residents during consultation for the Mid-Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan.

    The Mudgee Water Park will be officially opened at the commencement of the 2019/20 Summer Swimming Season. Visit Council’s website and Facebook page for official opening details.

    Council would like to thank pool patrons for their patience during the construction period.


  • Block Wall and Concrete Base Complete

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    27 Feb 2019
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    Play equipment is due to be installed at Mudgee Water Park in coming weeks following recent completion of the block wall and concrete base.

    Located within the Mudgee Pool facility, the park will include water slides, splash pads, tipping buckets, spray cannons and fountains.

    Entry to the Water Park will be via the pool with patrons now having the added bonus of access to the pool, children’s pool and park.

    The Water Park is due to be completed in late March.
  • Water Park Construction Commences

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    21 Jan 2019
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    An area of Lawson Park around Mudgee Pool will be closed on Monday 17 December for approximately three days as construction commences on the Mudgee Water Park.

    Mudgee Pool and car park will remain open and vehicles can still access Lawson Park via the Eastern gate.

    Temporary fencing will be in place.

    Council secured $800,000 in grant funding to build the all new facility through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities fund.

    A water park was identified as one of the top three priority projects by residents during consultation for the Mid- Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan.

    Located within the Mudgee Pool facility, the new interactive park is planned to include a water slide, splash pads, tipping buckets, spray cannons and fountains.

    The park is due to be completed by the end of the 2018/19 swimming season.


  • Funding secured for Mudgee Water Park

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    21 Jan 2019
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    Council has begun drafting concept designs for a new outdoor water park at Mudgee Pool.

    Council secured $800,000 in grant funding to build the all new facility through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities fund.

    A water park was identified as one of the top three priority projects by residents during consultation for the Mid-Western Region Towards 2030 Community Plan.

    Located within the Mudgee Pool facility, the new interactive park is planned include water slides, splash pads, tipping buckets, spray cannons and fountains. The park is due to be completed by the end of the 2018/19 swimming season.

    As part of the 2018/19 Operational Plan, Council will also undertake a feasibility study for an indoor aquatic centre.