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Emergency works are underway in Waverley, New South Wales, to repair damage to the Bronte Pool pump from erosion and debris. 

Works had initially been carried out in April, with each component of the pump individually inspected in early August. Technicians later found that the output of the pump was more than the recommended efficient running speed.

Based on these latest findings, Waverley Council decided it was necessary to carry out unscheduled emergency works to ensure the pump operates at full capacity over the busy summer months.

While the pool is closed, Council will remove debris and other damage from the pool surface as part of wider pool surface investigations works, which were announced in July and will take around twelve months to finalise.

The pool was last resurfaced in 2016 and large pieces of the pool surface have since lifted as a result of the constant movement of the pool, which needs to be remedied.

Mayor of Waverley, Paula Masselos, thanked the community for its patience as these essential works are carried out.

“Bronte Pool is one of our most treasured and loved destinations in Waverley and is a key location on the Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk which is visited by millions of people each year,” Mr Masselos said.

“It’s vital that these emergency works are carried out now so that people can get back into the pool during the school holidays and enjoy it all summer long, and beyond.”

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