Temporary Closure


From 11.59pm Thursday 27 May, Victoria will move to circuit breaker restrictions.

While this is disheartening news, we know from experience that lockdowns like this work.

As a result, Splash will close from 10pm Thursday 27, May including 24/7 access.

With the latest announcement we will remain closed for at least another week and we anticipate reopening Friday 18 June at 5.30am.

Members including Swim and Play students have received an email and SMS with information on what this means for them.

But there's some good news! Our online membership gives you heaps of options to workout anytime, anywhere and is the perfect way to stay active while we're closed. Find out more at hume.vic.gov.au/on-demand

We hope to see you back in the centre soon!


We know you'll have lots of questions.

Thank you for your patience as we work through the guidelines we they are provided so we can safely reopen.

We will share more news as soon as we can.

You can learn more about the current restrictions on the Department of Health and Human Services website or phone the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.

Please check back for updates in coming days


What the extended restrictions mean for Memberships:

  • You may be charged a partial (pro rata) payment on your billing date during the closure period. This is because your suspension lasts one week and payments are made in advance fortnightly. If your billing cycle covers a period where your membership is still suspended, your membership will be credited for the time where a suspension is in place during that cycle.
  • Any member with an outstanding amount on their account will be deducted this amount or the outstanding balance on their scheduled date.


What the extended restrictions mean for Swim and Play members:

  • Initially we were planning to reschedule lessons in the July school holidays so that students didn’t miss out on valuable time in the water, but as we don’t have a definite opening date, we can no longer do this.
  • A credit has been applied to your membership for cancelled lessons which have already been paid for.
  • All future payments have been suspended.
  • If you have any overdue fees on your account, this amount will still be deducted on your scheduled date.

We are extremely disheartened that there is another break in swim lessons as we know our students love attending and how important it is that they continue to learn skills that keep them safe in and around water.

What's next?

We will continue to host free online exercise classes to support you to stay active during this time. Follow your local leisure centre on Facebook for updates:

Contact Details

Who can I contact if I have further questions?

  • Our staff will be available for any questions via email. Please note, customer service will not be available during these restrictions.