POOL REOPENS MONDAY 18TH MAY WITH RESTRICTIONS. PLEASE VIEW VIA CONTACT US PAGE, COVID UPDATE. School gates will be closed between 3.05pm and 3.20pm weekdays. Please ensure you display your free pool parking card in your vehicle whilst at the centre and park in the designated areas. Card is obtainable from Reception
Welcome to Mount Albert Aquatic Centre
Mt Albert Aquatic Centre is the premier indoor aquatic centre in New Zealand. Our modern facility is staffed by a team of aquatic and customer service professionals who are committed to providing you with the best health and leisure services possible.
Our aquatic facilities are the perfect place to relax, play or increase your health and overall wellbeing. Our facilities feature a 25m competitions swimming pool, wave pool, spa, sauna and steam room. The kids will love the hydro slide, toddler pool and water play feature!
We offer swimming lessons for infants from six months of age, school-age children up to adults. Our Learn to Swim program delivers students with a new and effective way of learning how to swim. Inspiring students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational swimming. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully trained, accredited, licensed teachers of swimming and water safety.
Visit us today and bring the whole family into Mt Albert Aquatic Centre to enjoy our beautiful facility.
**Please note that the Mt Albert Aquatic Centre does not participate in the free under 16 Auckland Council initiative.
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