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Mill Park Leisure redevelopment

We're transforming Mill Park Leisure into a state-of-the-art aquatic, recreation and wellbeing hub.

What's happening?

Work is almost complete on a $25 million redevelopment of Mill Park Leisure.

artist's impression of the pool hall. People are swimming in the pool

The facility now includes:

  • Three new pools, including:
    • A leisure pool, with children's water play equipment
    • A pool for swimming lessons
    • A warm water program pool with ramp access
  • An upgraded and re-tiled 25 metre pool including an all abilities ramp
  • A larger spa and sauna
  • Family, group and school change facilities, as well as improved change options for people with disabilities
  • A new café, retail area and reception
  • A refurbished crèche
  • A landscaped outdoor space with play equipment, barbecues and outdoor exercise equipment
  • Improved accessibility throughout the entire facility including two pool pods, a state-of-the-art hoist and two Changing Places accessible facilities
  • Improved weight training and cardio areas
  • Bigger and better group fitness rooms.

To take a look at the plans, download the Mill Park Leisure floorplan below.

Timeline

The state-of-the-art gym will open to members and casual visitors on Wednesday 28 April, followed by the aquatics area at the end of May.

Get a sneak peek

Disclaimer: The images in this video are for illustrational purposes only and are subject to change. 

Project cost

Approximately $25 million.

The Victorian Government has contributed $5 million towards the project - $2 million from the Growing Suburbs Fund and $3 million from the Community Sport Infrastructure Fund. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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