The whole family will have fun at SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre with our giant inflatable obstacle course, water slides, and dive boards.

Wibit - Inflatable obstacle course

Wibit is a giant inflatable obstacle course that can include monkey bars, a rope swing, bridge, action tower, slides and climbing walls.

To use Wibit you must be six years and older. A parent or guardian may be required to accompany the child onto WIBIT depending on the child’s ability/mobility, at the discretion of supervisor ($5 for accompanying parent/guardian).

Sessions are one our long and include a 10 minute safety talk.

  • $10 for a one hour session
  • $5 for accompanying parent or guardian 
  • Members are free 

Waterslides [closed for refurbishment]

Dive boards

The three metre platform and one metre springboards are open to the public to use during specific hours. Children must be competent swimmers to use the dive boards. 

  • Dive boards are included in entry fee
  • Free to members

Splash Park

Splash Park is an interactive playground that can entertain your kids for hours. Suited for those under the age of 10, Splash Park's major features are the two small water slides and the "Big Bucket". The Big Bucket fills itself with water and once it reaches a certain level it tips from a great height and splashes water over all those that stand under or nearby it providing endless fun.
The Splash Park is open at various hours through the day and may change due to bookings. The current opening times for the Splash Park are:

School holidays:

  • 9:00am - 6:00pm

During School term:

  • Monday - Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm and 3:30pm-6:00pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am-6:00pm

Public Holidays

  • 9.00am - 6.00pm

* All elements of Splash Park may not open at all times.

  • Watch Around Water Policy Information

    At YMCA Victoria we are a Watch Around Water endorsed aquatic safety organisation. The following information is the new watch around water policy launched in centre from 1 September 2019.

    Watch Around Water is a set of industry guidelines outlining the minimum supervision requirements of young children at all affiliated aquatic venues.

    Children under 5 years old

    All Children MUST be accompanied into the Centre by a person over the age of 18 and supervised within arms’ reach, at all times in the water.

    All children MUST wear a pink wristband supplied by YMCA staff to help identify their age while swimming.

    Children will not be admitted without a full fee paying parent/guardian who must also be in the water at all times. Groups will not be admitted entry where the number of parents/guardians supervising a group of children under 5 years exceeds the ratio of 1:2 (effective September 1 2019).

    Children under 10 years old

    All Children under the age of 10 MUST be accompanied into the Centre by a person over the age of 18. All children MUST be actively supervised by an adult over the age of 18 at all times. The adult must have a clear and active view of the child with no physical or structural barriers between them (this includes tech and devices).

    All children MUST wear a yellow wristband supplied by YMCA staff to help identify their age while swimming. Groups will not be admitted entry where the number of parents/guardians supervising a group of children under 10 years exceeds the ratio of 1:4.

    Birthday Parties

    All children under the age of 10 MUST be accompanied into the Centre by a person over the age of 18 and handed over to the supervision of the birthday party leader (staff member).

    All birthday party participants must wear a BLUE wristband AND an age based wristband (pink or yellow) to identify their participation in a party (effective September 1 2019). The adult guardian of the birthday party child MUST remain accessible and actively supervise the group at all times.

    At the conclusion of the birthday party the child/children will remain in the supervision of the birthday party leader and supervising parent until physically handed over to their supervising parent/guardian.

    Visit the watch around water website

    For more information visit the Watch Around Water website: http://www.watcharoundwater.org.au