Full vaccination required from October 22 2021
We are open and follow all current public health orders. All patrons aged 16+ MUST provide proof of full vaccination upon entry from October 22. Restrictions are in place to support social distancing requirements and face masks must be worn at all times when visiting our centre. Remember check in via the Services VIC QR code at the entrance. Please refer to our COVID Updates page for more information
Book Your Bike for Group ExerciseDue to availability of bikes, bookings are required for access to RPM & Sprint Group Fitness classes.
Welcome to Swan Hill Leisure Centre
Swan Hill Leisure Centre is the premier gym and indoor swimming pool in Swan Hill. We offer you a fully-equipped health club, an all-year-round indoor heated 25-metre lap swimming pool, toddler pool, creche, and stadium.
Operating from the health club are a range of group fitness programs, from your favourite Les Mills classes to our relaxing pilates classes.
Another one of our strengths is personal training services. If you're looking for a little more one on one assistance from a personal trainer, the Swan Hill Leisure Centre is the place for you to achieve your overall health and wellness goals.
Swimming Lessons are held year-round and commence with babies from 6 months of age through to adults. With something for everyone to enjoy we look forward to welcoming you to the centre!
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How to prepare for a water safe Summer
With the weather starting to heat up and Summer on the horizon, now more than ever it is important to get you and your loved ones water safety ready! To some, the thought of learning to swim may come with associations to a competitive sport - something they see in the Olympics. However, life can throw several curve balls, many of which may require the knowledge of how to swim. Keep reading to find out more.
Drowning is the number one cause of accidental death in children under five, with swimming pools the most common location for toddler drownings. Learn2Swim Week aims to introduce water safety to kids under five and ultimately reduce drowning fatalities.