Forster Ocean Baths will close for two weeks later this month while improvements to the facility are undertaken.
The pool will be emptied and the ramp will be resurfaced, removing uneven and cracked joints and treated with an anti-slip paint.
The handrail will be replaced to ensure it complies with updated Australian Standards.
"During the community consultation for Forster's Main Beach Masterplan in 2018, the community requested improvements be made to the access ramp for the baths,"MidCoast Council community spaces, recreation and trades manager, Dan Aldridge said.
The access ramp improvements are being undertaken as the final part of the ocean baths facilities upgrade, which saw the replacement of the amenities block, outdoor shower area and the new barbecue shelter completed earlier this year.
During the community consultation for Forster's Main Beach Masterplan in 2018, the community requested improvements be made to the access ramp for the baths.Dan Aldridge
The makeover was jointly funded through a $250,000 NSW Government stronger country communities, while council contributed $350,000.
While the swimming pool is closed, council will take the opportunity to undertake routine pool cleaning and repainting.
"We will also be re-concreting weathered and coarse concrete paths surrounding the pool," Mr Aldridge said.
The facility will close on Thursday, August 27, and weather permitting re-open on Friday, September 11.
During this period, swimmers can access enclosed salt water baths at Little Street or the Tuncurry Rockpool, which are both unsupervised.
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