State Government requires all pool and spa owners in NSW must have a valid certificate of compliance. This legislation applies to all in-and above ground, indoor, portable and other pools and spa pools, capable of being filled with 300mm or more of water.
Pool owners can ask for assistance from local council or an accredited pool certifier to obtain a certificate of compliance. The certificate of compliance guarantees that the swimming pool complies with the necessary safety requirements.
If you are uncertain as to whether your swimming pool already has a certificate of compliance, you can check it on the NSW Swimming Pool Register. The NSW Swimming pool register has information on all registered pools and whether a certificate of compliance has been issued.
You can register your pool through the NSW Swimming Pool Register. The website also provides checklists, pool lookup, pool inspection information and more.
If you prefer, a fee can be paid to Council who will submit it on your behalf. You can complete the PDF Swimming Pool Registration Form and return to Council.
All swimming pool and spa owners are required to have a Certificate of Compliance. This ensures the pool/spa meets safety standards.
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