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Bad Straß­gang swim­ming pool

With an impressive water area of 11,000 square metres, the natural swimming pool on the edge of the city is a veritable bathing oasis.
Leeres Becken im Bad Straßgang.
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Reg­u­la­tions for our baths & well­ness areas

The following regulations currently apply in our pools and wellness areas:

Outdoor pools:

  • No registration for visitors
  • 3 G rule for all guests (Tested, Vaccinated, Recovered) – please note ID requirement!
  • FFP-2 masks compulsory for guests in indoor areas/except for sports activities
  • Minimum safety distance of 2 m (access area, sunbathing areas, etc.)
  • Adjustment of maximum visitor numbers based on minimum distances (traffic light system in all pools and online, indicating access possibilities)
  • Sale of tickets: online & at the ticket offices
  • Sale of season tickets at the ticket offices & online

Indoor swimming pools:

  • Registration for visitors at each visit (links to pre-registration at the individual baths can be found below)*
  • 3 G rule for all guests (Tested, Vaccinated, Recovered) – please note ID requirement!
  • FFP-2 masks compulsory for guests in the indoor areas / except for sports activities
  • Minimum safety distance of 2 m – maximum of one visitor per 20 square metres
  • Adjustment of maximum visitor numbers based on minimum distances (traffic light system in all pools and online showing access possibilities)
  • Sale of tickets: online & at the ticket offices
  • No season tickets – there are only limited daily admissions (see below)

 

Adapted opening hours in our indoor pools:

Bad zur Sonne (Monday- Friday)
7 – 8 a.m.: Early swimming (open to the public; 3 EUR/h)
From 8 a.m.: Schools and swimming courses

Auster Sportbad (Monday – Sunday)
7 – 10 a.m.: sports clubs
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: open to the public (PLEASE NOTE: Due to the large number of reservations for schools/courses, access to the teaching pool is limited to a maximum of 5 additional people during this time due to Covid-19 regulations by the Federal Government).
From 4 p.m.: sports clubs

 

Pre-registration links:

Auster Sportbad:

https://corona-anmeldung.at/visit/austersportbad

Auster Wellnessbad:

https://corona-anmeldung.at/visit/auster-wellnessbad

Bad zur Sonne:

https://corona-anmeldung.at/visit/bad-zur-sonne

*= if you do not register in advance, you can also do so at the entrances (using a mobile phone and QR code or by filling in a data sheet)

Wellness areas:

The Auster Wellness Spa will be open from 19 May.

The following regulations apply:

  • 3 G rule for all guests (Tested, Vaccinated, Recovered) – please note ID requirement!
  • Registration for visitors at each visit (link to pre-registration at the individual baths can be found below)*
  • Access only with FFP-2 mask – wearing the mask is not necessary in the area in summer due to the predominant use of the outdoor areas (wellness garden with pools)
  • Safety distance of 2 metres
  • 20 square metres of space per guest
  • Maximum number of guests (contingents!) is taken into account in ticket sales (online/at reception)
  • No reservation possible – online ticket purchase alone guarantees admission to the wellness pool

The Stukitz sauna remains closed for the time being

The Spa zur Sonne remains closed for the time being

 

Pre-registration link:

Auster Wellnessbad:

https://corona-anmeldung.at/visit/auster-wellnessbad

*= if you do not register in advance, you can also do so at the entrances (using a mobile phone and QR code or by filling in a data sheet)

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Our natural swimming paradise

Our guests experience unadulterated nature in the south of Graz: With a water area of 11,000m2, the natural swimming pool is the meeting place for young and old.

Sportsmen and women, novices and also non-swimmers get their money’s worth in the natural gem. You can take off your clothes in the separate nudist area.

Incidentally, directly next to the swimming pool there is the “1st caravan parking place in Graz” – Info on this can be found here!

  • Area for novices and non-swimmers
  • Natural swimming pool with natural gravel floor
  • Spacious lounger area
  • Nudist area with own bathing area
  • Beach volleyball court and beach soccer court
  • Table tennis
  • Children’s area with children’s paddling pool
  • Adjoining caravan parking space (private operator)
© Holding Graz/Kernasenko
© Holding Graz/Kernasenko
© Holding Graz/Kernasenko
© Holding Graz/Kernasenko

Ad­mis­sion prices

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Ticket
Adults€ 7.00
Discounted*€ 5.00
Children/Young people (6- 18 years)**€ 4.00
Children under 6 years***free entrance
Early swimmers (Monday to Friday, 8-10 a.m.)****€ 5.00
* = Reduced: Pupils, students up to 25 (reference year 1996), civilian and basic military servants, people with disabilities, holders of a SozialCard, minimum pensioners (ID required!).
** = Children/young people 6 - 18 years: reference year 2003 (ID card required!)
*** = Children under 6 years of age: reference year 2015
**** = Early swimmers pay 10 euros and get 5 euros back if they leave the pool before/around 10 a.m. (not available in May!)
Ticket
Adults€ 155
Discounted*€ 108
Children/Young people (6- 18 years)**€ 100
Children under 6 years***free entrance
1 adult + 1 child****€ 170
2 adults + 2 children****€ 210
each additional child****€ 20
* = Reduced: Pupils, students up to 25 (reference year 1996), civilian and basic military servants, people with disabilities, holders of a SozialCard, minimum pensioners (ID required!).
** = Children/young people 6 - 18 years: reference year 2003 (ID card required!)
*** = Children under 6 years of age: reference year 2015
**** = Family season tickets are currently only available at the ticket offices, online is only possible from 28 May onwards
Bad Straßgang swimming pool
Opening hours: May: Monday to Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm

from June on:
Monday to Sunday: 9 am – 8 pm
Martinhofstraße 3, 8054 Graz