Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre is Melbourne’s newest premium leisure complex

Located in the heart of Craigieburn, in Melbourne's northern suburbs, our centre provides access to a wide range of health, fitness and lifestyle programs and top of the range facilities and equipment.

Hume City Council is proud to be delivering this important facility for our community, in partnership with the Australian Government, Victorian Government, Stockland and Craigieburn Central.

We're Open!

We officially opened our doors to the community on Monday, 2 October 2017.

Our centre includes:

  • Two large waterslides
  • Children's Aqua Play Zone
  • Leisure, toddler and learn to swim pools
  • Warm water pool and spas
  • Olympic Sized Pool
  • Sauna and steam room
  • 24/7 Gym
  • Group fitness rooms
  • Wellness suites
  • Cafe

A place for our community

Our centre was built for our community and we believe health and fitness should be accessible to everybody, regardless of your shape, size, fitness level, background or experience. There is so much to see and do at Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre!

Flexible membership options

We have a range of membership packages that are both flexible and affordable and can be built to suit the needs of each member. Whether you’re interested in our waterslides, gym, group fitness classes, pools, spas, sauna or steam room - we have something for everyone.

Why join us?

We have a clear goal at Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre: to help our members and guests look good and feel great about themselves. Our dedicated team of fitness staff work with our members to set goals and help you achieve real results.

Look good and feel great with us

We’ll support you with personalised exercise programs and nutritional advice so you can get fitter, healthier and happier.

We are a Watch Around Water Facility

All Hume City Council Leisure facilities operate with the Watch Around Water policy. This policy is a Life Saving Victoria water safety campaign to educate the public about active supervision and encourage parents / guardians to take on this responsibility when visiting our aquatic facilities.

The policy states:

  • Children under 10 years:
    • must be accompanied into the centre by a responsible parent / guardian
    • must be constantly and actively supervised
    • parents / guardians must position themselves to have a clear view of the child with no physical
      or structural barriers between them and the child / children
  • Children under 5 years:
    • must be accompanied into the centre and the water by a responsible parent / guardian
    • must stay within arm’s reach during recreational play activities