Creating a new aquatic and leisure centre - draft concept design

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Thanks for all of your feedback. This consultation has now closed - thank you to everyone that got involved and had your say on the draft concept plans. Check out the consultation results here

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We’re excited to be planning a new, high-quality aquatic and leisure centre to help support the health and wellbeing of our community and we can’t wait to hear what you think about our draft concept plan!

Background

We’ve been working on plans for a new, high-quality aquatic and leisure centre in Mordialloc (next to Jack Grut Reserve) to help support the health and wellbeing of our community.

So far, there have been more than 5,200 community submissions into the process! You’ve told us you want your new centre to be a safe and welcoming space that celebrates its natural environment and is environmentally sustainable. You’ve already helped shape:

  • where it is located
  • the facilities it will include, and
  • how it will look and feel.

We’ve taken all this feedback and worked closely with our Community Reference Group (CRG) who have added important local perspectives to develop a Vision, Purpose and Design Principles for the new facility. And now, our design partner CO.OP Studio has developed an exciting draft concept design that brings it all to life!


What's in the new centre?

You have told us us that variety, accessibility and sustainability are important in the design of the new centre and these key themes all feature. The new centre will be fully electric to reduce emissions and accessible and welcoming to people of all abilities. The central elements of this indoor community aquatic centre include:

  • Four pools: multi-purpose lap swimming pool (50m), learn to swim pool, warm water exercise pool (therapy), and leisure pool
  • Gym and fitness facilities
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Café
  • Foyer, car parking, change rooms.


Tell us what you think about the draft concept design

Picture yourself moving through the new centre. Reflect on how you will get there, the areas you will use, and consider the external look and areas surrounding the centre.

We can’t wait to hear what you think and are keen for your feedback on things that will make it a truly enjoyable experience for you.

The full draft concept design can be found in the Document Library or click the image above to download a simplified version.

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What will we do with your feedback?

Your feedback will be used to help inform the detailed design stage of the project. You can see the full project timeline under the Lifecycle section of this page. We’ll continue to keep you up to date with the project as it progresses.

Have your say

You can share your views by:

The consultation is open until Sunday 23 July.

Thanks for all of your feedback. This consultation has now closed - thank you to everyone that got involved and had your say on the draft concept plans. Check out the consultation results here

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We’re excited to be planning a new, high-quality aquatic and leisure centre to help support the health and wellbeing of our community and we can’t wait to hear what you think about our draft concept plan!

Background

We’ve been working on plans for a new, high-quality aquatic and leisure centre in Mordialloc (next to Jack Grut Reserve) to help support the health and wellbeing of our community.

So far, there have been more than 5,200 community submissions into the process! You’ve told us you want your new centre to be a safe and welcoming space that celebrates its natural environment and is environmentally sustainable. You’ve already helped shape:

  • where it is located
  • the facilities it will include, and
  • how it will look and feel.

We’ve taken all this feedback and worked closely with our Community Reference Group (CRG) who have added important local perspectives to develop a Vision, Purpose and Design Principles for the new facility. And now, our design partner CO.OP Studio has developed an exciting draft concept design that brings it all to life!


What's in the new centre?

You have told us us that variety, accessibility and sustainability are important in the design of the new centre and these key themes all feature. The new centre will be fully electric to reduce emissions and accessible and welcoming to people of all abilities. The central elements of this indoor community aquatic centre include:

  • Four pools: multi-purpose lap swimming pool (50m), learn to swim pool, warm water exercise pool (therapy), and leisure pool
  • Gym and fitness facilities
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Café
  • Foyer, car parking, change rooms.


Tell us what you think about the draft concept design

Picture yourself moving through the new centre. Reflect on how you will get there, the areas you will use, and consider the external look and areas surrounding the centre.

We can’t wait to hear what you think and are keen for your feedback on things that will make it a truly enjoyable experience for you.

The full draft concept design can be found in the Document Library or click the image above to download a simplified version.

TAKE THE SURVEY


What will we do with your feedback?

Your feedback will be used to help inform the detailed design stage of the project. You can see the full project timeline under the Lifecycle section of this page. We’ll continue to keep you up to date with the project as it progresses.

Have your say

You can share your views by:

The consultation is open until Sunday 23 July.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Before you get started we recommend that you take a look at the Draft Concept Plan for the New Aquatic and Leisure Centre. 

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    We are collecting your information for this consultation. The information you provide will be used to help make decisions on this matter. Summarised responses may be made publicly available and will always be de-identified.



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