Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre

Named in honour of Australia's five-time Gold Medal winning champion, Ian Thorpe.

This iconic facility, shaped in the form of a distinctive wave, offers the community a place to connect, train and swim.

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Swimming & Aquatics

Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre is home to 3 heated, indoor pools including a 50m pool, leisure pool with spa, and dedicated program pool.

Key highlights

  • Pools / Indoor 50m heated

    Perfect for swimming all year round.

  • Pools / Indoor leisure

    Available for recreational swimming. Shallow end is the ideal spot to introduce little ones to water. Also includes a Spa.

  • Pools / Indoor program

    Used for water safety programs and aqua aerobics. Accessible by ramp, aqua wheelchair available.

  • Sauna and Steam room

    Relax, loosen your muscles and joints, and improve circulation.

  • Programs / Learn to swim - Kids

    Our GOswim program is a practical and most importantly, fun way to learn to swim.

Health & Fitness

Whatever your motivation is for improving your health and fitness, we understand you want to see results when visiting our fitness centre. Our motivation is to make you sweat and smile after every workout.

Key highlights

  • Personalised programs

    Tailored to your goals.

  • Friendly staff

    We're here to help you achieve your fitness goals.

  • Large range of fitness classes

    High energy cardio, cycle, strength and wellness.

  • Aqua aerobics

    Great for low impact needs.

  • Personal training

    Get results!

  • Exercise physiology

    Effective and safe exercise interventions for those who suffer from acute or chronic injury and illness.

New customer portal


Now you can easily manage your billing details, book into a group fitness class or register for a swimming lesson - all from your own personalised online dashboard.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of our land – Australia. The Gadigal people of the Eora Nation are the traditional custodians of this place we now call Sydney.