Monbulk Aquatic Centre
Welcome to Monbulk Aquatic Centre
Monbulk Aquatic Centre is the premier gym and indoor swimming pool in Monbulk and surrounding areas; servicing Belgrave, Belgrave South, Emerald, Menzies Creek, Selby, Tecoma, Kallista and Olinda.
Our modern facility is staffed by a team of exercise, aquatics and customer service professionals committed to being at your service.
Owned by the Yarra Ranges Council and proudly managed by Belgravia Leisure, Monbulk Aquatic Centre boasts programs and services for the entire community and has served the Monbulk Community for over 40 years.
Hours of Operation:
- Monday - Friday Gym Only 5.30am - 9pm; Centre 6am - 9pm (pool closes at 8.30pm)
- Saturday & Sunday 8am - 6pm (pool closes at 5.45pm)
- Public Holidays as per weekend hours. See Christmas hours below
- Group Fitness Timetables may vary during School holidays and on Public Holidays
- Group Fitness Christmas timetable is now available to the Train Tab
- GOswim lessons end for the year on Sunday 17th December and resume again on Monday 15th January
- Marlins Squad training finishes for the year on December 18th and resumes again on January 8th
- Swim Intensive Program will run from Janaury 8th-12th inclusive so the pool will be busy between 9.30am-12pm
All patrons, please note between 6pm and 6.30pm weekdays, lap swimming lanes are not available while the Marlins are training
Please click the button for further information regarding lane availabilty throughout the days and week.
Monbulk Aquatic centre boasts a fully equipped gym with Personal Trainers on hand to guide you. We have an extensive Group Fitness Timetable including both Land and Aqua classes. All members receive guidance when they join, with consultations and a personalised program. Personal Training sessions are also available for our members
We offer a range of various programs within our centre including: Birthday parties, Creche, Cafe, Swimming Squad We also hold events throughout the year for our members enjoyment!
A fun, new way to learn how to swim and be safe. We have partnered with Swimming Australia to deliver students a new and effective swimming and water safety program focusing on contemporary experiential and activity-based learning, encouraging and supporting students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational lap swimming.
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