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Find out more about the fees and charges to use our quality facilities and also the value membership packages which we have on offer. Pricing Find out more about the fees and charges to use our quality facilities and also the value membership packages which we have on offer. Aquatic centres; Learn to Swim and Squad

​To find out about our fees and charges and membership options for our Leisure and Aquatic Centres, click on the relevant button below to download the full fee schedule.​

Membership options

Memberships packages are available at our Leisure and Aquatic Centres.

Memberships and multi passes can be used across Birrong, Canterbury, Greenacre, Roselands, Max Parker and Wran Leisure and Aquatic Centres.

Memberships and multi passes are not transferrable between customers.

Aquatic membership and multi visit passes do not provide access to programs or any other events such as carnivals or learn to swim programs. These passes and memberships provide access to the pools for lap and recreational swimming only.


PRICING 2019-2020


Canterbury-Bankstown Leisure and Aquatics has a Sauna at our Roselands and Wran Centres. Casual Sauna access and multi visit passes include access to the pool at these centres. Pricing is as follows:

  • Casual Sauna and Swim - $11.00
  • Casual Sauna and Swim concession - $9.50
  • 20 visit Sauna and Swim Pass - $137.00
  • 10 visit Sauna and Swim Concession Pass - $97.50

Terms and conditions

The City of Canterbury Bankstown prides itself on providing a safe and enjoyable environment for the Community, in particular at our Leisure and Aquatic Centres. The Community plays a key role in contributing to this environment by abiding by our terms and conditions of entry and facility rules. 
Please click on the links below for our terms and conditions of entry for our Leisure and Aquatic Centres.

Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Terms & Conditions of Entry

Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatics - Centre Rules

Council’s Leisure and​ Aquatic Centres are also partners of Royal Life Saving NSW’s Keep Watch at Public Pools program. This program targets parents and carers of children to help them understand their responsibilities and the dangers of leaving their children unattended at the pool. View  more details on your responsibilities as a parent or guar​dian when taking your children to one of our Council’s Leisure and Aquatic Centres.

Com​panion Cards 

Did you know that we accept companion cards at our Leisure and Aquatic Centres?

The Companion Card is issued to people who have a significant, lifelong need for high level of care to participate in community based activities. The Companion Card allows a person’s carer free entry into participating venues and events.

For more information, visit

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