Orion Lagoon, 155 Southern Cross Circuit, Springfield Central
Orion Lagoon is located at Springfield, just a 25 minute drive from Ipswich Central Business District, and a 30 minute drive from Brisbane Central Business District. Situated within Orion Springfield Central and the newest stage of the huge Robelle Domain parklands, Orion Lagoon has a vast expanse of shallow pools and water features.
The interconnected pools cater for all age groups, from the toddler-friendly 0.3 metres up to 1.5 metres for more proficient swimmers. Some are gently graded from the edge to give a beach-like effect, with one section offering aquativity features such as squirting spouts and stepping-stones.
Lifeguards are on duty from 5.00 am – 9.00 pm 1st September to 30th April and 7.00am - 5.00 pm 1st May to 31st August but children under 13 must be actively supervised by persons 18 years or older at all times.
Security onsite 24/7, outside of the above hours swimmers will be asked to exit the pool.
Only small kick boards and child flotation rings/arm floats are permitted.There are onsite lockers, and flotation devices, swimwear and pool accessories are for sale.
Shade is provided by colourful sails and some trees over the grassed areas, while there’s also a covered barbecue pavilion with picnic tables. Bring your own picnic or take advantage of the Lagoon Café and other nearby eating places.
The current operating hours are set up below - please check this page again before attending, as the operating hours are up for review and will be changing in the near future:
The prescribed fee in accordance with Council’s Fees and Charges will be required when submitting an application (if applicable). Please refer to Council’s Fees and Charges
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