Attention Members and Patrons 

We would like to inform you that the Springers Leisure Centre carpark is a COVID testing station and that the centre itself is not a COVID hotspot. 

The Springers Leisure Centre is still open for operations as normal. However, customers may experience delays entering the carpark and traffic control will guide you to the allocated parking area for the centre when visiting. 

Customers do not need to isolate or be tested if they have visited Springers Leisure Centre.

Updated: 01.02.2021

Great news - we are back!

The Springers Leisure Centre will be open from Monday 1 February 2021! The centre will open with its normal operating hours and most of our user groups have booked in to come back. Our very own basketball and netball competition will be back starting first day back Monday night!

You can register your teams using the link bellow.

We will continue to update you regarding reopening dates and as new information comes to light and look forward to seeing everyone soon.

Contact tracing

The Victorian Government requires us to be able to trace everyone who attends our facility. Specifically, we must record your name, contact number and time of attendance. To ensure your information is stored and managed correctly, we're using the Victorian Government contact tracing system (the Service Victoria app).

All walk-ins of the facility will be required to check in as follows:

How to check-in

  1. Download and open the Service Victoria app
    a. Apple Devices
    b. Android Devices

  2. Scan the QR code (displayed at the entrance of the area) and follow the prompts on your phone to check-in before you enter.
  3. Show the 'Checked-in' screen with green tick to staff as you enter our facility.

Please ensure you complete each step when entering the facility. Those unable to access a device for contact tracing will need to complete a manual log-in with a member of staff at reception.

We appreciate your cooperation with contact tracing to keep our community safe.

More information on the contact tracing system can be found on the Victorian Government website.

Exciting news from the City of Greater Dandenong:

Noble Park Aquatic Centre – Major Funding for Stage 1 Redevelopment
The City of Greater Dandenong is excited to receive a $3.3 million grant from the Victorian Government’s Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program for the development of a Health and Wellbeing Gymnasium at the Noble Park Aquatic Centre (NPAC). This development represents ‘stage 1’ of the centre’s redevelopment, which is a key recommendation from Council’s Aquatic Strategy that was endorsed in September last year.  

The two story extension to NPAC will include a large gymnasium, three program / group fitness rooms, change rooms, social space, administration and storage areas and provision for 24/7 access. 
Detailed information about the project is available via the following link, in addition to the draft design. NPAC Stage 1 Redevelopment.

Residents are encouraged to view the draft plans and provide feedback to Council by Wednesday 9 September.

Dandenong Oasis – Funding Commitment for Detailed Design of New Centre
The City of Greater Dandenong has allocated funding in the 2020/21 budget to commence the detailed design of the new aquatic and wellbeing centre to replace Dandenong Oasis. This major infrastructure project is a key recommendation from the Greater Dandenong Aquatic Strategy and will have a targeted focus on allied health, passive activity, education, fitness and wellness.

The detailed design process will follow the development of a business case for the new facility (currently underway) that will be used source external funding for the construction of the new centre. Opportunities for community consultation will be incorporated into the detailed design process.