Official attendance figures for the first year of CBay Aquatic Centre should be known in the next week.
Timaru District Council chief executive Peter Nixon said councillors had been shown preliminary figures, but had requested clarification on some of the information.
"When we give the information we want it to be robust. At the moment CBay figures are mixed up with others, we want to be able to give the whole picture as a separate entity, numbers through the door, income etc."
CBay opened in August last year. In July, council community services group manager Sharon Matson said pool attendance from the aquatic centre's first 11 months of operation had been "very pleasing".
Councillors got their first look at the figures at a workshop in August.
The estimated annual running cost for the centre for the first two years was around $4 million, with half the running costs coming from rates, and the remainder from revenue generated at CBay.
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