Brimbank water center is taking shape


Construction of the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Center is on track, with the demolition of the former St Albans Leisure Centre, earthworks and structural structures.

Some of the current works in progress include the installation of the water slides, floors, window glazing, painting and placement of the sauna and steam room.

When completed, the center will have:

two water slides

a 50-metre competition pool with ten lanes and a ramp

Recreational water/Learn to swim Swimming Pool Program

hot water program pool with adjacent spas

water play equipment and splash pad

sauna and steam bath

wet and dry changing rooms

Large fitness room with 24-hour access

group fitness studios

· meeting and banquet rooms

common program room

· a wellness center


· Cafe.

The Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Center has been recognized for its leading sustainable design by the Green Building Council of Australia.

Brimbank Mayor Cr Jasmine Nguyen said: “The council is pleased with the progress of the highly anticipated Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre, which is on track to open to the public later this year”.

“This vibrant, welcoming and innovative multi-generational health and wellness center – the centerpiece of which will be a state-of-the-art aquatic and leisure center – is well advanced.

“The new aquatic center will not only be a place to improve your health and wellbeing, but it will also be a place where residents and visitors to Brimbank can vent and have a lot of fun.”

Consultations with key stakeholders have taken place throughout the project and will continue as part of the final design and construction phase of the project.