Best Leisure Centres in Melborne

Best Leisure Centres in Melborne
Source: Bigstockphoto

Below is a list of the top and most visited Leisure Centres in Melbourne. To help you find the best Leisure Centres located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Melbourne’s Best Leisure Centres:

Here are the leading Leisure Centres in Melbourne:

  • Kingston Active
  • Fitzroy Swimming Pool
  • Manningham Templestowe Leisure Centre

Are you an owner of one of them? Let us create a full business page, click here.

If you have a Leisure Centre or you know other Leisure Centres or places in Melbourne that should be on this list, please submit your details here and we will review your submission.

Kingston Active

KingstonActive
KingstonActive

Kingston Active helps  keep your Kingston community active at both Don Tatnell and Waves Leisure Centres.

Their Centres have a range of wet and dry programs and activities to suit the entire community.

From their popular Learn to Swim Program right through to their Plus 55 Fitness Classes – there’s something for everyone at Waves and Don Tatnell.

Come down and experience the friendly and community-centric service that their guests come for and the members stay for.

Products/Services:

Pools, Spas & Saunas, Schools Programs and CPR Courses, Aquatic Facility, Womens Swimming, Swimming Lessons, Health & Fitness Personal Training, Group Fitness, Kids & Teens Fitness, Plus 55, Health Club, Memberships, Kids parties and School Holidays.

LOCATION:

Address: 111 Chesterville Road, Highett, VIC, 3190
Phone: (03) 9559 7111
Website:  www.kingstonactive.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Great friendly staff. Definatelty worth a visit.
The general public entry with the pools and play areas suited the 3-13 year old kids very well but the older kids 13+ were much less entertained.” – Red R.

Fitzroy Swimming Pool

Fitzroy Swimming Pool
Fitzroy Swimming Pool

Fitzroy Pool is Melbourne’s iconic 50-metre outdoor heated pool. Their pool is a favourite summer playground for all Melbournians.

They also have an outdoor toddler pool and a spa, sauna and steam room. Fitzroy’s facilities also include a gym and group fitness studio.

In the 1990s, amazing community activism saved the pool from closure. Their famous Aqua Profonda sign is heritage listed, honouring their multicultural history.

Products/Services:

Pools, spa, sauna and steam, Small Group Training, Yoga classes and Occasional child care

LOCATION:

Address: 160 Alexandra Parade, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Phone: (03) 9205 5180
Website:  www.leisure.yarracity.vic.gov.au/locations/fitzroy-swimming-pool

REVIEWS:

“Great pool. The system of bands for opening and closing your own locker without needing to get a key each time is great. Much more sophisticated than other pools around Melbourne. The quality of the water is also always great. Very clean and beautiful swimming pool.” – Shona H.

Manningham Templestowe Leisure Centre

Manningham Templestowe Leisure Centre
Manningham Templestowe Leisure Centre

The Manningham Templestowe Leisure Centre (TLC) has been developed on the former Templestowe Primary School site and provides a range of community facilities, including the home of Doncaster & Districts Netball Association and Woodcraft Manningham Woodworking Club.

Products/Services:

Basketball, Netball, Woodwork, Badminton and Karate and other community programs and activities.

LOCATION:

Address: Manningham Civic Centre 699 Doncaster Road Doncaster Victoria 3108
Phone: (03) 9840 9333
Website:  www.manningham.vic.gov.au/manningham-templestowe-leisure-centre

REVIEWS:

“Play basketball here occasionally, and it’s decent enough to not be horrible. Parking can get a bit crowded but it doesn’t take too long to find a space.Two indoor basketball courts, both in decent condition, and a few netball courts outside. Can get a bit humid inside during hot days, but it’s fine. Also some cafes nearby.” – Tiffany L.

What do you think about it?