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  • The 6 Week Challenge is Back
    The 6 Week Challenge is Back

    The Six Week Challenge is back, join now to kick start your journey.

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  • 2024 Swimming Carnivals
    2024 Swimming Carnivals

    Changes to pool availability due to swimming carnivals

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  • Swimming Lessons recommence
    Swimming Lessons recommence

    Swimming Lessons recommence and there are changes to pool availability

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  • Sign up for Brimbank Running Club
    Sign up for Brimbank Running Club

    Join our new Brimbank Running Club

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  • Health Club

    Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

    Staffed hours:

    • Monday - Friday 6am - 9pm
    • Weekends 8am - 5pm

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  • Aquatics

    Aquatic Facilities (includes pools, warm water, spa, steam room & sauna)

    • Monday - Friday 6am - 8:30pm
    • Weekends 8am - 6:30pm

     

    Waterslides 

    • Monday - Friday 4pm - 7pm
    • Weekends 10am - 5pm

     

    Splash Park

    • Monday - Friday 9am - 7pm
    • Weekends 8am - 6pm

     

    School Holidays Waterslides 

    • Weekdays 11am - 7pm
    • Weekends 10am - 5pm

     

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  • General facility opening hours

    • Monday - Friday 6am - 9pm
    • Weekends 8am - 7pm

     

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Swim Safe

What is Swim Safe?

Before visiting our facilities, please take the time to view our water safety induction video. Check out the video here. Working with Life Saving Victoria and the Swimsafe program, staff at Brimbank Leisure Centres have found a way to engage the culturally and linguistically diverse community in relation to water safety. Finding ways to reduce risk and create improvements has been a main focus for Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre and by utilising the Swimsafe program, risk flow charts, skilled staff, communication cards and education we are continuing to reduce the gap that currently exists. 

Fatal and non-fatal drowning in public aquatic facilities is a significant issue faced by the Victorian aquatic industry. The SwimSafe campaign was designed to enable pool operators to increase communications with patrons who may have certain vulnerabilities when participating in aquatic activities. It is intended that the campaign will encourage vulnerable patrons to inform a staff member of their vulnerabilities before entering the water at a public pool, who can then be provided with information on how to use the facility safely. This information is presented as five key tips to keep safe: