The Riverton site is a recognised community focal point with the City's library headquarters, arts centre, adjacent sporting fields and a district shopping centre nearby. Major arterial roads and a public transport system provide easy access.
The Riverton Leisureplex, open 362 days of the year, is the epitome of Council's commitment to providing a quality facility in a manner that is socially and financially acceptable.
Monday 10 October 2016 to Sunday 9 April 2017
Monday – Friday 5.30am – 8.30pm
Saturday/Sunday 7.00am – 6.00pm
Monday 10 April 2017 to Sunday 8 October 2017
Monday – Friday 6.00am – 8.30pm
Saturday/Sunday 8.00am – 5.00pm
8am-5pm except for Anzac Day: 12pm-5pm
Closed: Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday (close early at 4pm on eves).
We also close at noon on the Friday before Christmas.
Take a virtual tour of our facilities!
Access and Equipment for People with Disabilities
We offer a range of activities that are accessible and inclusive for groups and individuals of all abilities.
- Accessible Features
- Accessible car-parking bays
- Level access from car parks to main entrance
- Unisex toilets and accessible change rooms
- Height adjustable change table
- Access to pools stairs with handrails, or beach access
- Pool chair available for use
- Portable Hoists for entry to Hydrotherapy Pool and spa (please see Lifeguard for access)
- Portable Hoist for entry to Leisure and 50m Pools (please see Lifeguard for access)
- Drinking fountains accessible
Discount entry into the pools, gyms and group fitness program are available for disability card holders. Companion Card holders are also recognised.
Our Centre is fully wheelchair accessible and provides access to all pools with the provision of portable hoist systems.
Contours Fitness Centre also has an Upper Body Ergometer and a Motomed machine providing disability access in the gym area.
Please note: New 2015/2016 fees and charges effective 1 July 2016
What 'Watch Around Water' is and its Purpose
Watch Around Water is an education and public awareness raising program to address the growing concern regarding supervision of young children at public swimming pools.
Why is it Important?
Children need supervision!
- Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death in children under five years of age
- Almost half of all injuries at public pools involve young children
- The program assists aquatics staff to promote safe supervision practices and provide a safe venue for the community
- It provides consistent supervision policies state-wide
- It educates parents about safety
- It’s an industry program – developed by the aquatics industry for the aquatics industry
- It prevents drowning death and injury. Since the program started, there have been no drowning deaths recorded involving young children at public swimming pools in WA!
The 'Watch Around Water' Policy
Children under six years of age must be accompanied into the centre by a responsible adult and supervise them within arms reach at all times whilst in the centre. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied into the centre by a responsible adult and supervised within line of sight at all times whilst in the centre. All unsupervised children will be removed from the water.