Our Story

For nearly 50 years, Blue Haven Pools has led the way in pool design and construction. We take your lifestyle, backyard, architecture and your budget into consideration. We’ve won over 350 industry design awards and have over 100 years combined experience, so you can be assured you’re in good hands.

1981

World's First Ribbed Fibreglass Pool

Blue Haven Pools launched a Kevlar-reinforced fibreglass pool and the world’s first ribbed fibreglass pool that did not require a steel and concrete bond beam to hold it in ground. With the pool and coping designed as one structure, pools began to sell like hot cakes.

According to the Cordell Report, Blue Haven Pools sold up to ten times more pools than any other pool company for almost 15 years in a row, based on the number of Development Applications processed by local governments. The company had still not started competing in the concrete pool sector and remained solidly devoted to fibreglass and vinyl lined above ground pools until the early 1990s.

1981

World's First Ribbed Fibreglass Pool

Blue Haven Pools launched a Kevlar-reinforced fibreglass pool and the world’s first ribbed fibreglass pool that did not require a steel and concrete bond beam to hold it in ground. With the pool and coping designed as one structure, pools began to sell like hot cakes.

According to the Cordell Report, Blue Haven Pools sold up to ten times more pools than any other pool company for almost 15 years in a row, based on the number of Development Applications processed by local governments. The company had still not started competing in the concrete pool sector and remained solidly devoted to fibreglass and vinyl lined above ground pools until the early 1990s.

1985- 1987

It's a Knockout

Blue Haven Pools built a humongous liner for It’s a Knockout, the only TV game show of its time! The liner had to be built at Fairfield Park because the factory at Yennora was nowhere near big enough. The liner ended up being so heavy that it needed to be craned in and installed before it was used on three seasons of the show.

1985- 1987

It's a Knockout

Blue Haven Pools built a humongous liner for It’s a Knockout, the only TV game show of its time! The liner had to be built at Fairfield Park because the factory at Yennora was nowhere near big enough. The liner ended up being so heavy that it needed to be craned in and installed before it was used on three seasons of the show.

1987

Australian Design Award

Blue Haven Pools won the Australian Design Award for the world’s first semi-inground pool design. Together with BHP Steel, the company created a new material called Marviplate, a galvanised steel, bonded both ways with vinyl. Crafted from Marviplate, this pool was the only one in the world that could withstand both inground corrosion and salt water corrosion. The pool became the first vinyl pool design to be both semi-inground (instead of fully above ground) and also strong enough to withstand salt water chlorination.

1987

Australian Design Award

Blue Haven Pools won the Australian Design Award for the world’s first semi-inground pool design. Together with BHP Steel, the company created a new material called Marviplate, a galvanised steel, bonded both ways with vinyl. Crafted from Marviplate, this pool was the only one in the world that could withstand both inground corrosion and salt water corrosion. The pool became the first vinyl pool design to be both semi-inground (instead of fully above ground) and also strong enough to withstand salt water chlorination.

1988

Australia’s Wonderland – The Beach

Blue Haven Pools took over part of the iconic Australia’s Wonderland’s very own water park, which was built in 1988 and opened on the 4th of December 1988. Unlike the rest of the park, which remained open year-round, The Beach was a seasonal attraction that was closed during the winter months (April–September). The Beach had two pools (a large swimming pool and a smaller wading pool), as well as four different water slides.

1988

Australia’s Wonderland – The Beach

Blue Haven Pools took over part of the iconic Australia’s Wonderland’s very own water park, which was built in 1988 and opened on the 4th of December 1988. Unlike the rest of the park, which remained open year-round, The Beach was a seasonal attraction that was closed during the winter months (April–September). The Beach had two pools (a large swimming pool and a smaller wading pool), as well as four different water slides.

1988

Salt Water Pool

Blue Haven bring in a salt water crocodile to the easter show to launch the first SALT WATER POOL for aboveground pools ever. The marviplate steel components were galvanised and vinyl coated for salt water protection.

1988

Salt Water Pool

Blue Haven bring in a salt water crocodile to the easter show to launch the first SALT WATER POOL for aboveground pools ever. The marviplate steel components were galvanised and vinyl coated for salt water protection.

1989

Royal Easter Show

Dame Edna helped Blue Haven Pools open up for the Royal Easter Show, where the company won countless awards for best display and innovation – year after year. Blue Haven Pools opened up more branches nationally, owning a total of 20 showroom branches in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. All of the branches were owned and managed by the Awadallah family and not franchised.

1989

Royal Easter Show

Dame Edna helped Blue Haven Pools open up for the Royal Easter Show, where the company won countless awards for best display and innovation – year after year. Blue Haven Pools opened up more branches nationally, owning a total of 20 showroom branches in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. All of the branches were owned and managed by the Awadallah family and not franchised.

1981

World's First Ribbed Fibreglass Pool

Blue Haven Pools launched a Kevlar-reinforced fibreglass pool and the world’s first ribbed fibreglass pool that did not require a steel and concrete bond beam to hold it in ground. With the pool and coping designed as one structure, pools began to sell like hot cakes.

According to the Cordell Report, Blue Haven Pools sold up to ten times more pools than any other pool company for almost 15 years in a row, based on the number of Development Applications processed by local governments. The company had still not started competing in the concrete pool sector and remained solidly devoted to fibreglass and vinyl lined above ground pools until the early 1990s.

1981

World's First Ribbed Fibreglass Pool

Blue Haven Pools launched a Kevlar-reinforced fibreglass pool and the world’s first ribbed fibreglass pool that did not require a steel and concrete bond beam to hold it in ground. With the pool and coping designed as one structure, pools began to sell like hot cakes.

According to the Cordell Report, Blue Haven Pools sold up to ten times more pools than any other pool company for almost 15 years in a row, based on the number of Development Applications processed by local governments. The company had still not started competing in the concrete pool sector and remained solidly devoted to fibreglass and vinyl lined above ground pools until the early 1990s.

1985- 1987

It's a Knockout

Blue Haven Pools built a humongous liner for It’s a Knockout, the only TV game show of its time! The liner had to be built at Fairfield Park because the factory at Yennora was nowhere near big enough. The liner ended up being so heavy that it needed to be craned in and installed before it was used on three seasons of the show.

1985- 1987

It's a Knockout

Blue Haven Pools built a humongous liner for It’s a Knockout, the only TV game show of its time! The liner had to be built at Fairfield Park because the factory at Yennora was nowhere near big enough. The liner ended up