The following types of public aquatic facilities that must comply with the Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2019 (the regulations) and the Water quality guidelines for public aquatic facilities – managing public health risks (the Water Quality Guidelines):
Category 1 aquatic facility
means a swimming pool, spa pool or interactive water feature that –
The functions of a multi-purpose service are the provision of any or a combination of the following – (a) public hospital services; (b) health services; (c) aged care services; (d) community care services; and further criteria as defined in the Health Services Act 1998.
Category 2 aquatic facility
means a swimming pool or spa pool that is used by members of the public and located at the premises of the following –
- a residential apartment complex;
- a hotel, motel or hostel;