Welcome to Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre
The Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre offers you a range of aquatic and leisure facilities and programs to Miller and surrounding areas.
Located on Cabramatta Avenue in Miller, we are just a ten-minute drive from Liverpool Centre.
Facilities include a health club, group fitness classes, two court multi-purpose sports stadium, a seasonal heated 50-metre outdoor swimming pool, a 12.5m indoor heated programs and hydrotherapy pool and splash park.
Our centre is staffed by a team of exercise, aquatics and customer service professionals who are here to ensure you have the best aquatics and leisure experience possible, so come in and visit us today!
Personal training is a premium fitness service delivered by our trained and qualified personal trainers.
Access and Inclusion
Offering opportunities to people with disabilities as well as people from linguistically divers backgrounds.
Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre has a variety of aquatic classes suitable to all ages and fitness levels.
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The importance of understanding your swimming surroundings
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