Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre

Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre, 563a Pascoe Vale Road, Oak Park
Phone: 8311 4600
Email Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre

A year-round sport faciity with a 24/7 gym, cycle studio and virtual cycle, and fitness classes.

A seasonal outdoor pool area with a 50-metre heated outdoor pool, 20-metre heated learner's pool under shading, water play splash pool and two giant waterslides.

Click here with what to expect over 2019/2020 summer by reading over our FAQ document.  (PDF 539Kb)

  • Bicycle: Centre is near the Moonee Ponds Creek bike path. Bike racks located at the front of the centre.
  • Public transport: Oak Park train station on the Craigieburn line. Bus 513 and walk 20 minutes.
  • Parking: Car park. Accessible car spaces are located in front of the centre and in the main car park.

Today at Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre

  • Fitness classes today
     
    Today 23/10
    8.30 am
     
    9.15 am
    Yoga (Vinyasa Yoga) 55 minutes More info

    Yoga (Vinyasa Yoga)

    55 minutes - Group Fitness Room

    • Children under 16 with adultChildren under 16 with an adult
    • Pre- and post natalPre- and post natal
    • Over 60Over 60
    See class types
    9.30 am
     
    10.30 am
     
     
    Sat 24/10
    8.30 am
    Virtual Sprint 45 minutes More info

    Virtual Sprint

    45 minutes - Cycle Room

    There are multiple options to choose from when you want to spice up your indoor cycling class with fitness on demand virtual spin.

    • Children under 16 with adultChildren under 16 with an adult
    See class types
    9.15 am
     
    9.30 am
    Body Pump 45 minutes More info

    Body Pump

    45 minutes - Group Fitness Room

    BODYPUMP® is the original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using the nest weight-room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. Get the results you came for - and fast!

    The express workout runs for 45 minutes and the regular workout for 1 hour.

    Watch a video Watch a video See class types
    10.30 am
    Body Step 45 minutes More info

    Body Step

    45 minutes - Group Fitness Room

    BODYSTEP® is the energising step workout that makes you feel liberated and alive. Using a height adjustable step and simple movements on, over and around it, you'll push fat-burning systems into high gear.

    Watch a video Watch a video See class types

    See the full fitness class timetable

  • Lap lanes available today

     
    Today 23/10
    5.30
    Closed
    6.00
    Bookings essential
    6.30
    Bookings essential
    7.00
    Bookings essential
    7.30
    Bookings essential
    8.00
    Bookings essential
    8.30
    Bookings essential
    9.00
      Bookings essential
    9.30
    Bookings essential
    10.00
    Bookings essential
    10.30
    Closed
    11.00 
    Closed
    11.30
    Closed
    12.00 
    Closed
    12.30
    Closed
    1.00
    Closed
    1.30
    Closed
    2.00
    Closed
    2.30
    Closed
    3.00
    Closed
    3.30
    Closed
    4.00
    Bookings essential
    4.30
    Bookings essential
    5.00
    Bookings essential
    5.30
    Bookings essential
    6.00 
    Bookings essential
    6.30
    Bookings essential
    7.00
    Bookings essential
    7.30
    Bookings essential
    8.00
    Closed
    8.30
    Closed
    9.00
    Closed

    See the full lap lane timetable

Opening times

Oak Park Centre - Opening times today and tomorrow

 
Friday 23 October
 
Centre (Staffed hours)
CLOSED
Gym
CLOSED
Outdoor pool and aquatic area
8 am - 5 pm  
 
Saturday 24 October
 
Centre (Staffed hours)
CLOSED
Gym
CLOSED
Outdoor pool and aquatic area
8 am - 5 pm
  • Centre hours

    Normal hours

    Monday to Friday  CLOSED
    Satutday and Sunday CLOSED
    Public Holidays 8 am - 6 pm
    Gym CLOSED

    Public holiday exemptions

    • ANZAC Day: 1 pm - 6 pm
    • Good Friday and Christmas Day: Closed
    • New Year's Day: 12 pm - 6 pm
    • Reduced operating hours between Christmas and New Year including:
    • Christmas Eve: close at 6 pm
    • New Year's Eve: close at 6 pm
  • Outdoor pool area normal hours

    The outdoor pool and aquatic area at the Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre is seasonal, open from 1 October 2019 to 30 April 2020.

    When the pool reaches capacity

    The centre can reach capacity, especially during hot weather. At these times, members are given priority and people are let in on a 1-in-1-out basis to ensure the health, safety and fun of all pool-goers.

    Normal hours

    The waterslides open when the weather forecast is 26 degrees and above, the day prior.

    Outdoor pool Monday to Friday 6 am - 10 am
    4 pm - 7 pm
    Outdoor pool Saturday and Sunday 8 am - 12 pm
    Waterslides Monday to Friday during school term CLOSED
    Waterslides Weekends, public holidays and school holidays CLOSED
    Water play splash pool Monday to Friday CLOSED
    Water play splash pool Saturday and Sunday CLOSED
    Public Holidays Full Centre 8 am - 6 pm

    Public holiday exemptions

    • ANZAC Day: 1 pm - 6 pm
    • Good Friday and Christmas Day: Closed
    • New Year's Day: 12 pm - 6 pm
    • Reduced operating hours between Christmas and New Year including:
    • Christmas Eve: close at 6 pm
    • New Year's Eve: close at 6 pm

Facility features

  • Centre accessibility

    Accessibility features at this centre

    Key to the redevelopment of the Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre was the creation of an accessible facility for people of all ages, abilities and cultures.

    Some of the accessibility features you will find at the centre include: 

    • Accessible car spaces are located at the front of the building and in the main carpark.
    • Ramp access to the fully-equipped 24/7 gym including one accessible toilet in the gym.
    • Ramp access to main foyer and pools.
    • Family change rooms in the aquatic area including a toilet, shower and change area (all equipped with railings and alarm system).
    • Changing Places room with bathroom, shower, hoists and bed.
    • Gender diverse bathroom.
    • Change tables in main change rooms and bathroom.
    • Ramps to access 20-metre and 50-metre pools.
    • Aquatic wheelchair available for entry and exits.
    • Free entry for carers.

    Contact us to talk about about concession pricing or if you have any other questions.

    Companion Card Program

    This centre is part of the Companion Card Program, which means a person with a disability does not have to pay the entry fee for the carer that comes with them.

    Support memberships and programs

    Active Moreland is committed to ensuring that barriers to participation are reduced for those in need.

    Eligible Moreland community members are able to access reduced-cost or free Active Moreland centre memberships through several support streams.

    These include

    • Asylum Seeker Membership
    • Concession Support Membership, and
    • Participation Support Membership.

    Active Moreland centres also provide low cost or free community programs through YMCA Open Doors funding.

    See Support memberships and programs for further details.

    Other accessibility services

    Council has initiated and takes part in programs to help make our services and centres accessible to more people.

    See Accessibility services to find out more about these programs.

  • An accredited Watch Around Water facility

    Oak Park Sports and Aqauatic Centre is an accredited Watch Around Water facility, meaning there are guidelines that must be followed when visiting the centre.

    Watch around water guidelines

    Developed by Aquatics and Recreation Victoria and Life Saving Victoria, the Watch around water guidelines educate patrons about adequate supervision and responsibility when visiting a public aquatic facility. The policy outlines:

    Children Under 5 (0 - 5 years)
    Ratio – 1 adult to 2 children (babies in prams include in ratio)

    Children aged 0-5 years must be accompanied by a responsible guardian, who is prepared to swim. Children must be constantly supervised and remain within arm’s reach at all time. All children under 5 must wear a PINK wristband* to indicate age.

    Children Under 10 (5 – 9 years)
    Ratio – 1 adult to 4 children.

    Children aged 5-9 years must be accompanied by a responsible guardian, who is prepared to and constantly and actively supervise then in and out of the water. The responsible guardian must actively supervise and have a clear view of the child/ren at all times with no barriers in-between. All children 5-9 years must wear a YELLOW wristband* to indicate age.

    Children 10+
    For children 10 years and older, parents must use their knowledge of the child’s swimming ability to determine the level of accompaniment required.

    Important facts about supervision of children

    Here are some facts you need to be aware of:

    • The supervision of children in aquatic facilities is not the sole responsibility of lifeguards.
    • Lifeguards are employed on a 1:100 ratio; this is based on the expectation that parents will provide direct supervision of child.
    • Parents are required to provide the constant and direct supervision needed for young children.