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Aquatic centres

Our eight aquatic centres have qualified staff on duty, disabled access and full kiosk facilities.

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Aquatic centres

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Thinking about getting fit and fabulous this summer? Spring into summer at our eight aquatic centres that are open seven days a week all year round. We are more than just world-class swimming pools. We're a hub of health and wellbeing with fully equipped fitness centres, learn to swim, group fitness, crèche facilities, kiosks and much more.

We have a wide range of aqua and gym programs and classes with options to suit everyone from toddler swimming lessons to fitness squad training for the elite athlete.

All aquatic centres are operated by onsite managers and have qualified staff on duty, disabled access and full kiosk facilities. Aquatic centres have chair lift access into one pool at each facility.

Operating hours and contact details can be found on each centre's page (select from the links in the table below) and are subject to change. Confirmation of details is available from pool managers.

Pool location Life
guard
Indoor
pool
Outdoor
pool
Heated 50m pool 25m pool Diving Open
Winter
Gym/
squash
Hydro
pool
Helensvale Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes   Yes    
Miami Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes     Yes    
Mudgeeraba Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes   Yes    
Nerang Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes   Yes    
Palm Beach Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes     Yes Yes Yes
Southport- Gold Coast Aquatic Centre Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Upper Coomera
(Entry fees may vary)
Yes   Yes Yes   Yes   Yes    
Woongoolba
(Entry fees may vary) 
Yes   Yes Yes   Yes        

Entry prices (1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020)

City aquatic centres, excluding Upper Coomera and Woongoolba

General admission

General admission Fee
Adult (16+) $6.20
Child (2 to 15 years) $4.60
Concession (pensioner and full-time student) $4.60
Child under 2 years Free
Carers of disabled person Free
Parent/carer and child (2 to 15 years) $9.00
Family pass (4 swimmers, maximum 2 adults) $18.00
Pool entry - Active & Healthy 30 minute program $3.00
Pool entry - Active & Healthy 45 minute program $5.00
Non-swimmer/spectator $3.00

Pool memberships and multi-visit passes

12 month membership Direct Debit Paid in Full
Adult $907.00 $882.00
Child and concession $619.00 $600.00
6 month membership Direct Debit Paid in Full
Adult $465.40 $450.00
Child and concession $348.40 $335.00
1 month membership Direct Debit Paid in Full
Adult N/A $118.00
Child and concession N/A $82.00
Swim multi-visit passes (paid in full only) Direct Debit Paid in Full
25 visit pass - adult N/A $135.00
25 visit pass - child and concession N/A $95.00
10 visit pass - adult N/A $55.00
10 visit pass - child and concession N/A $39.00

Upper Coomera and Woongoolba Aquatic Centres

General admission

General admission Fee
Adult (16+) $4.80
Child (2 to 15 years) $3.80
Concession (pensioner and full-time student) $3.80
Child under 2 years Free
Carers of disabled person Free
Parent/carer and child (2 to 15 years) $7.40
Family pass (4 swimmers, maximum 2 adults) $14.50
Pool entry - Active & Healthy 30 minute program $3.00
Pool entry - Active & Healthy 45 minute program $5.00

Pool memberships and multi-visit passes

Membership and multi-visit pases Fee
1 month - adult $83.00
1 month - child and concession $59.00
25 visit pass - adult $96.00
25 visit pass - child and concession $77.00
10 visit pass - adult $43.00
10 visit pass - child and concession $31.00

Concession - full-time student or government concession/seniors card holders (with identification including aged, disability and single parent pension cards, Veterans' Affairs gold and white cards, seniors card).

Other fees and charges

For further information about squads, gym and learn to swim fees and charges, select your centre from our Aquatic centres by suburb page.

General notice

Admission passes can be purchased at any City-operated aquatic centre and are valid only for use at the centre of purchase. The fees and charges are subject to annual review and may be changed at the City's discretion.


Accessibility

Gold Coast Aquatic Centres seeks to ensure that all people can participate in activities at our centres with dignity and equity.

Accordingly, the Disability Action Plan prepared by the City, identifies measurable actions in a range of areas considered to have the greatest potential to improve equitable access in the provision of public services at Gold Coast Aquatic Centres.

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