About Enfield Aquatic Centre
Enfield Aquatic Centre
The Enfield Aquatic Centre is situated in picturesque Henley Park and has been serving the local community since 1933, originally under the name of the Enfield Olympic Swimming Pool.
Owned and operated by Burwood Council, the Centre comprises a 50 metre outdoor pool, a 25 metre indoor pool, plus a babies pool and a toddlers pool.
The centre's main activities are Learn to Swim, Squad and Aqua fitness programs. Our swim school is affiliated with Austswim, Royal Life, and Swim Australia.
All staff are fully qualified and committed to ensuring your visit is as safe and friendly as possible.
Portland Street (cnr Shelley Street)
Enfield NSW 2136
Tel: 9747 4319
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Multiple visit passes are available
at a discounted price.
Discounts also apply to family
groups, pensioners and students.
Mon to Fri: 6am - 8pm
Sat & Sun: 8am - 6pm
Mon to Fri: 6am - 7pm
Sat: 8am - 6pm
Sun: 8am - 4pm
Anzac Day: 9am - 4pm
Good Friday: closed
Christmas Day: closed
All other public holidays: 8am - 4pm
| On-site Facilities
• Disabled change room and electric hoist
• Kiosk and picnic area
• Car parking at front and rear of centre
• Bus and Coach parking available at front
• Bike racks near centre entrance
Learn To Swim
Learn to Swim and Infant Aquatics terms
coincide with school terms.
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Squad & Aqua Fitness
There are four levels of squads you can look to join.
Aqua Fitness classes also run through the week.
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The outdoor 50 metre pool is the oldest freshwater pool in Sydney.
The indoor pool was officially opened by Olympic champion Petria Thomas in January 2005.
The centre is also home to the Enfield Swimming Club and Enfield Life-Saving Clubs. Balmain Ladies, Balmain Men's and Western Suburbs Water Polo Clubs also use the centre for training.