The Adelaide Aquatic Centre will be closed from 1 Aug 2024 to make way for a brand new Centre!

Here’s what we know so far…

The new Adelaide Aquatic Centre will include:

  • 50m, 10-lane indoor pool for swimming carnivals, water sports and recreational use
  • 25m, 8-lane outdoor pool
  • Dedicated indoor warm water rehabilitation pool
  • Dedicated indoor learn to swim pool
  • Lagoon outdoor pool
  • Entry level diving amenities which can also be used to perform a range of diving styles including bombing
  • Indoor leisure water with splash zones and waterslides Spa, sauna and steam room
  • Outdoor splash pad with waterplay
  • Outdoor aquatic zone with BBQs and lawned areas
  • Café available for both centre visitors and other Park 2 users
  • Gym and fitness facilities three times the size than first planned
  • Inclusive amenities and changerooms
  • Improved car parking with access from Jeffcott Street
  • Improved pedestrian and cycle pathways connecting the centre with existing networks.

We haven’t yet heard when the new Centre will be open but we’ll be sure to let you know when we do!

Here are some of the artist impression images of how the new Adelaide Aquatic Centre will look:

In the meantime, check out other pool across Adelaide by clicking here.

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