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Brimbank Aquatic Centre Splash Park

Swim and Slide at Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre, Keilor Downs

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre in Keilor Downs is a state-of-the-art multi-million dollar facility that is sure to be a drawcard for the local community. 

It’s a unique health and wellbeing hub that replaces the old St Albans leisure centre and pool. The design has been thoughtfully considered to provide the residents of Brimbank with the opportunity to lead healthier lives.

Brimbank Aquatic Centre entrance

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre

Located next door to the Keilor Downs Community Centre, the custom-built leisure and aquatic facility is a world-class health and wellbeing hub that spans over two levels. There’s something for all ages here! 

The new facilities include a 50-metre,10-lane Olympic-sized swimming pool with an adjustable swim wall to divide it into a 25-metre pool…

Brimbank Aquatic Centre m Pool

…two massive water slides (only for those 120cm+ tall)…

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Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre px

…sloping beach entry into the toddler pool, which leads into the kids’ splash park with sprinklers, slides, a dump bucket and water features….

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre Splash Pad

…plus a learn-to-swim pool, warm water pool with sauna and steam room, a two-level 24-hour gym and four dedicated group fitness studios for classes ranging from yoga, reformer pilates, spin cycle, body pump and zumba! 

On top of this, there is a cozy café perfect for winding down after a good workout, multiple wet and dry change rooms (including family change rooms), and a convenient on-site crèche.

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre Splash Pad Dump Bucket

In an initiative to promote inclusivity, Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre has partnered with KultureCity to offer a top-tier Sensory-inclusive experience for guests who might feel overwhelmed and want to be free of distractions.

These guests can use the sensory room as a kind of safe zone as it is filled with sensory bags, noise-cancelling headphones, fidget tools, and more. This fantastic new certification allows the centre to be better prepared to assist guests with sensory sensitivities and make sure they have a comfortable and accommodating experience.

Next to the centre is a fenced playground (a little dated, but serviceable enough) and an expansive skate park, making Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre a great outdoor, as well as indoor, play destination for kids of all ages.

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre playground

The building also has some cool sustainability features. It is the first all-electric aquatic centre in Australia and this innovation will reduce the centre’s energy use by up to 65%. It is recognised for its ‘world-leading’ sustainable design by the Green Building Council of Australia.

Brimbank Aquatic Centre Skate Park

Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre is open from Monday to Sunday, with different facilities open at different times. They are currently offering Foundation Memberships for as low as $11.70 per week. Note that if you pay for swim access that waterslides cost extra.

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