In response to the recent State Government announcements, Riverton and Cannington Leisureplex have re-opened! For the latest information and guidance on what's happening at the Leisureplexes, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.

With a variety of attractions and services to enjoy, the Cannington Leisureplex is a great place for recreational swimming and lap swimming.

Pool Facilities

The centre features a ten lane, 25 metre lap pool with ramp access perfect for lap swimming, carnivals and lessons. Additionally, a three lane leisure and walk pool provide a more relaxed approach, with rehabilitation activities, aqua aerobics and swimming classes. Ideal for little ones, the beach pool provides fun spaces for splashing around.

Outdoor Splash Jungle

The outdoor Splash Jungle is a zero-depth play zone suitable for all ages. Open for the summer months with shaded areas to enjoy outdoor water play.


 

Waterslide

Session times: We are sorry, but due to restrictions the waterslide is currently closed.



Usual hours are:
Weekends: 12 noon - 2pm and 2.30 - 4.30pm.

$3 per session or $5 for both sessions
The aquatics inflatable is available for special bookings.

Aqua Aerobics

Various classes are available each week, including those for over 50s. There are casual fees and membership packages available.
For more information, click through to Aqua Aerobics and Group Fitness timetable.

BBQ hire

Phone 6350 7300 to reserve a barbecue for your group for only $3.50.

On-site shop

Cannington Leisureplex stocks a wide range of goggles. Our staff are fitting specialists for all recreation, performance and elite goggles and will be happy to assist. We also stock swimming essentials such as swim nappies and other accessories. 

Group bookings

Click here for more information regarding various packages for your school or youth group, outside school hours care service, or other group.

Watch Around Water

Watch Around Water is a public awareness program addressing the growing concern regarding supervision of young children at public swimming pools.

In recognising the Watch Around Water policy, children under six years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult and must be within arms reach at all times whilst in the centre. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied 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.

Why is the policy important?

  • 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.
  • 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.​

 

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