Creating a new Aquatic and Leisure Centre - quick polls

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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.

Designs for the new centre are well underway and we have six quick polls on travel, change rooms, water-play, fitness facilities, the café and barriers to visiting that we'd love to get your feedback on.

You views will help us refine a draft concept design, which will be released for your feedback in the coming months...and we can't wait to hear what you think!

You could also be one of 6 lucky winners who will receive a 10-visit swim pass to Waves, just for sharing your thoughts!


Background

The new aquatic and leisure centre will be built adjacent to Jack Grut Reserve on Governor Road in Mordialloc.

The creation of a new aquatic and leisure centre which is contemporary, accessible for all, and meets current standards is a significant project and investment for Council.

We've been working closely with an independently-selected Community Reference Group (CRG) who have been providing us with their local perspectives to help work through the design process.

CRG representatives recently presented their Vision, Purpose and Design Pillars for the centre to Council and CO.OP Studio (our architect). You can view their hard work here.


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 will 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, and leisure pool
  • Gym and fitness facilities
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Café
  • Foyer, car parking, change rooms.


Complete our quick polls for your chance to win!

Have your say and complete one or all of our quick polls. The more polls you complete the more chances you have to win!

TRAVEL

CHANGE-ROOMS

WATER-PLAY


DRY FITNESS FACILITIES

CAFE


BARRIERS TO VISITING




What’s next

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. The next stage of consultation on the concept design is expected to open in the coming months.

Subscribe to project updates

Community consultation will form a large part of this project along the journey and we encourage you to join our mailing list to receive project updates and opportunities direct to your inbox.

Subscribe for updates


We’re excited to be planning a new, high quality aquatic and leisure centre to help support the health and wellbeing of our community.

Designs for the new centre are well underway and we have six quick polls on travel, change rooms, water-play, fitness facilities, the café and barriers to visiting that we'd love to get your feedback on.

You views will help us refine a draft concept design, which will be released for your feedback in the coming months...and we can't wait to hear what you think!

You could also be one of 6 lucky winners who will receive a 10-visit swim pass to Waves, just for sharing your thoughts!


Background

The new aquatic and leisure centre will be built adjacent to Jack Grut Reserve on Governor Road in Mordialloc.

The creation of a new aquatic and leisure centre which is contemporary, accessible for all, and meets current standards is a significant project and investment for Council.

We've been working closely with an independently-selected Community Reference Group (CRG) who have been providing us with their local perspectives to help work through the design process.

CRG representatives recently presented their Vision, Purpose and Design Pillars for the centre to Council and CO.OP Studio (our architect). You can view their hard work here.


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 will 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, and leisure pool
  • Gym and fitness facilities
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Café
  • Foyer, car parking, change rooms.


Complete our quick polls for your chance to win!

Have your say and complete one or all of our quick polls. The more polls you complete the more chances you have to win!

TRAVEL

CHANGE-ROOMS

WATER-PLAY


DRY FITNESS FACILITIES

CAFE


BARRIERS TO VISITING




What’s next

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. The next stage of consultation on the concept design is expected to open in the coming months.

Subscribe to project updates

Community consultation will form a large part of this project along the journey and we encourage you to join our mailing list to receive project updates and opportunities direct to your inbox.

Subscribe for updates

Page last updated: 01 Jun 2023, 08:52 AM