Those wanting to lap swim, jump in for a recreational splash or do some gentle exercise will no longer need to make a booking at Orange Aquatic Centre.
Capacity is still limited due to COVID-19 safety restrictions, but swimmers are now welcome to just come down.
"We are limited to the number of people allowed in the centre at any given time so there may be times, as we head into summer, where the centre is at capacity and people may have to come back at a later time," read the latest post on Orange City Council's website.
"You must sign-in using the QR codes at the door, or the paper sign-in sheet at the front desk," it stated.
Pool visitors were also asked to be respectful of staff as they do their duty to keep everyone safe while swimming.
Following the reopening of the outdoor pool last month Orange City Council's Sport and Recreation Chair Jason Hamling said he was happy to see the facility open again as the weather heated up.
"We'll be keeping a close eye on the restrictions as we head into summer and we hope we'll be able to accommodate everyone but in the meantime please be respectful and understanding of the government imposed caps on numbers," he said.
The leisure pool and 25-metre pool are also open.
Opening hours for the pool are Monday to Friday 5.30am to 7.30pm, Saturdays 5.30am to 7pm, and Sunday 8am to 7pm.
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