Carnegie Memorial Swimming Pool redevelopment

The Carnegie Memorial Swimming Pool has been a much-loved part of Glen Eira for more than 50 years. The current facility has reached the end of its serviceable life and urgently needs to be replaced. The transformation of the pool into a contemporary community aquatic facility will benefit the Glen Eira community for generations to come.

You can learn about this exciting new phase of the Carnegie Memorial Swimming Pool here. Discover the history of the redevelopment project and explore the artist's renderings, plans and other images. We'll be adding more images and information as the project progresses. Be sure to check back for news and updates.

Construction updates

Read all about the progress of the construction and watch the time-lapse of the site preparation.

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Carnegie Swim Centre rendering of the new entrance showing the red brick, wood and concrete facade with sloped landscanding

Design and renders

Discover the latest updates on the redevelopment and view artist renderings, plans and images.

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Artist rendering of Carnegie Swim Centre showing swim lanes shaded by a sail cloth

Frequently asked questions

Questions and answers about the Carnegie Memorial Swimming Pool redevelopment project.

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Temporary fence artwork submission

Thank you to everyone who submitted artwork for the hoarding at the construction site.

Submissions are now closed

Carnegie Memorial Pool's red brick facade showing memorial plaques


Learn about the redevelopment proposal and our community consultation process.

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Community benefits

Learn out about the significant benefits to residents and the wider community for decades to come.

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Funding partnerships and advocacy

Learn more about funding partnerships with the Victorian Government and our advocacy.

Find out about our partnerships