Auster Sport- und Wellnessbad Eggenberg

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Auster Sport- und Wellnessbad Eggenberg
Address
Janzgasse 21
Graz, Styria A-8020
AUSTRIA
Telephone
(0316) 887-3351

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Drop-in/Casual
2 hrs. €5.20, all day €7.30; after 5 PM €5.20. [January, 2016]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 10 lanes , indoors , 27.5°C (81.5ºF)

Location

County/Region
Styria
GPS
47.072711, 15.400787

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
ATUS Graz - Masters
See the Youth Swim Team website, linked to its name, below.
Triathlon
ATUS Graz - Triathlon
See the Youth Swim Team website, linked to its name, below.
Youth Swim
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Water Polo
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Diving
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Facility Notes

There is also a 50m, 8 lane, 26°C (78°F), outdoor, summer pool pool at this location.
This is the only FINA-certified, public, 50m, indoor pool in Austria.
During summer, the pool is closed for two weeks (usually in August) for maintenance, but the outdoor pool is open at that time.
If you arrive before the special evening tariff goes into effect, you'll be charged the full-day rate at entry. Then, if you leave within two hours, you show your ticked and they will refund the difference between the full-day price and the two hour price.
The facility uses a wrist-band, electronic key system. There is an additional €0.10 charge for the band, which is refunded when you turn it back in.
Based on the pool's schedule, shown on the PDF attachment available on the Bahn- und Beckenreservierungen page of the pool's website, Lanes 0 through 3 are set aside for diving and recreational swimming; Lanes 4 through 9 are for laps and swim teams. It is worth mentioning that most of the time, Lanes 4 through 9 are reserved for teams, so visitors will want to check that schedule carefully.

Facility Reviews

One of the best pools in Europe! Usually not very crowded. Nice facilities - the building was finished April 2011, so you can expect state of the art. Fees are high, but you'll get what you pay for! [June, 2013]