Aqualife Victoria Park

We have been going to Aqualife in East Victoria Park since my Miss 3.5 was a baby for swimming lessons. The baby classes were a great way to meet new people and interact with your baby.

The hydrotherapy pool is used for swimming lessons, hydrotherapy and gentle exercise. It’s heated to 34 degrees, ramp access and its own change rooms and shower. This is where the baby swimming classes are held until they start going in on their own.
The leisure pool is perfect for young ones to splash around in starting at zero depth and going to 0.7m. It has a bright dinosaur mural on the side wall with 3 water features spurting water into one side of the pool. There are turtles and starfish features in the floor tiles. At the end of the leisure pool is a small round ‘spa’ which bubbles and has a built-in bench.
Aqualife Victoria Park
There are a number of areas around the pools that you can sit but you may need to stand on the edge as the centre is very strict on children under 5 being closely supervised. My Miss is happy enough to splash around in this pool before and after her swimming lessons, she likes going under the fountains.
Aqualife Victoria Park
The other indoor pool is the 25m 6 lane pool. This has a depth of 1.2m throughout. Lanes are designated to lessons, laps, walking etc so just check you are in the right lane. There is ramp access into this pool too. In this inside area, there is also a spa and steam room. There is a family change room, with shower and change table facilities as well as your standard change rooms.
Aqualife Victoria Park
Outside there is a 50m 8 lanes pool heated to 27 degrees. The depth ranges from 1.4 to 1.97m. Around this pool are a few sun lounges and lots of grass shaded by trees.
Aqualife Victoria ParkAqualife Victoria Park
A great feature of Aqualife is there is an outdoor area with tables and chairs undercover, grass and play equipment. The cafe is currently closed so we usually just take some snacks for after swimming and if the weather is nice Miss gets a play before we get home – sometimes a good way to get her out the water, a promise of a play.
Aqualife Victoria Park

Aqualife Victoria Park

The play equipment has a double swing, one toddler and one normal as well as a climbing frame, monkey bars, slide, small flying fox and more. The play equipment has shade sails that cover most of it and it’s on soft fall base.
Aqualife Victoria ParkAqualife Victoria Park
Aqualife centre also has a gym and crèche available. It is located at 42 Somerset St East Victoria Park. Check the website for opening times and prices.

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About Claire Tondut

Claire Tondut is currently a stay-at-home mother of one daughter and a puppy. When she is not chasing little Miss around she loves to spend time with hubby, friends and family.

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