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Sport and Recreation

Noble Park Aquatic Centre (NPAC)

Parking changes at Noble Park Aquatic Centre

In light of the recent Noble Park  train line and station upgrade works there will be temporary changes to the parking at Noble Park Aquatic Centre.

These changes will take effect on Wednesday 14 February. Four-hour parking restrictions will apply between 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday in the car park areas adjacent to the centre.

We are not envisaging this will cause too much of a disruption, given the time of the parking changes, but please don’t hesitate to speak to centre management if you have any concerns.

Contact information

Address: 9 Memorial Drive, Noble Park
Phone: 9546 7955
Email: npac@ymca.org.au
Website: www.nobleparkaquaticcentre.com.au

 

 

Centre hours

Facilities at NPAC

  • 50 metre heated outdoor pool
    - Ramp access
    - Water features
    - Boom to enable conversion into two 25 metre pools
    - Shade structures over the outdoor pool and for patrons to sit under
    - BBQ facilities
    - Grass game areas
    - Sun lounges
  • Melbourne's biggest water slide
  • 1/2 basketball court
  • Heated indoor program/leisure pool
  • Large water splash/play area with tipping buckets and fountains
  • Cafe with external access to Ross reserve
  • Kiosk servicing the 50m pool
  • Group exercise classes
    - Circuit, boxing and Les Mills programs
    - Light pace (older adults)
    - Aqua aerobics
  • Multi purpose/training/meeting rooms for casual or permanent hire
  • Swim school (Swim and Survive) for all ages, from 6 months to adult
  • Birthday parties
  • School holiday programs
  • Accessible change room facilities with ceiling hoists and adjustable beds
  • Women’s only swimming on Tuesday evenings at 8pm and 8.30pm
  • Casual women's only swimming on Wednesday evenings from 8.15pm-8.45pm

 

NPAC's history

The Noble Park Aquatic Centre was formerly known as the Noble Park Swim Centre. It reopened in February 2012, following a $21 million redevelopment.

The project was funded by:
  • Greater Dandenong Council ($12.35 million)
  • Federal Government ($7.2 million)
  • Victorian Government ($1.5 million)
  • Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (0.1 million)