Burpengary Regional Aquatic & Leisure Centre
Burpengary Regional Aquatic & Leisure Centre is a state of the art community facility set in the heart of the Moreton Bay region’s top sporting precinct. We offer you the largest swimming and water safety program on the north side. With two heated indoor swimming pools, we welcome and encourage everyone to come in and learn how to swim, all year round!
The centre showcases one of North Brisbane’s largest indoor heated 50 and 25 meter pool halls and a large shaded outdoor leisure area including lagoon pool complete with beach entrance, water features, sun lounges, gazebos, Café, BBQ’s, Tennis courts and playground - perfect to entertain the whole family!
Monday - Thursday: 5.30am - 8pm
Friday: 5.30am - 7pm
Saturday: 6am - 6pm
Sunday: 8am - 5pm
*Aquatic areas will begin closing 15mins earlier than the facility times above.
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Why Spring Swimming is Vital for a Safe Summer
Spring is already here and with summer just around the corner, it is vital to consider how you can support your child to be water-safe and ready to enjoy swimming and aquatic activities ahead of the warmer season. Read more to learn why swimming preparation in spring is vital for a safe summer.
Let’s get moving with Non- Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT)
NEAT, or non-exercise activity thermogenesis, refers to the energy we expend through everyday activities. Find out how small changes in your daily life can have a big impact on overall health and fitness.
The Risks of Swimming Alone
Swimming with companions reduces the risks involved with swimming alone, such as absence of immediate assistance, vulnerability to accidents and reduced recognition of potential health risks. Read on to learn more about these risks and how important it is for children and weak or non-swimmers to swim safely with responsible peers.
GOswim Waterways Safety Week
Waterways Safety Week is coming to your GOswim lessons from 12 - 18 June. Our GOswim friends have been preparing to take you on a journey to learn important water safety skills and strategies for different waterways including the beach, lakes, rivers and more. Read more to find out why you and your child should learn how to stay safe in different waterways and the life-saving benefits this could have.