Opening Hours & Facilities
The Botany Aquatic Centre sprawls across 3 hectares and boasts a 50m Olympic Pool, a 22m learners and a shaded and fenced toddlers pool. The Centre also has two 90m water slides, a café and a fully enclosed outdoor function area plus electric BBQs with picnic tables and chairs.
The Centre is located on the corner of Myrtle Street and Jasmine Street in Botany. It is open each year from October to April. During the season the pool is open from 6.00am to 6.00pm, however, when daylight savings begins it closes at 7.00pm.
Botany Aquatic Centre will be closing for the season on the 24th April 2016.
Waterslides opened weekends and public school holidays. Slide times are subject to weather and crowd numbers.
Children 5years and over $4.00
Pensioner/Senior card Holder $3.50
Family 2 x adults and 2 x children $17.00
Adult Concession passes of 20 $96.00
Child Concession passes of 20 $64.00
The Pool Café is open when the Aquatic Centre is open between October to April. It opens at 8am and closes each day at 4pm providing refreshments for patrons visiting the pool and waterslides.
Non-pool patrons wanting a good coffee, a cold drink or something to eat can also access the café from the foyer area of the pool.
The Aquatic Centre is fully accessible with a hoist available as required and accessible parking and bathroom facilities.
There is ample parking off-street parking for cars and bicycles.
Call 02 9316 6218 to book the different facilities at the Botany Aquatic Centre. The slide is kept open on most weekends, school holidays and public holidays for the residents and visitors but they are available for hire during the week for birthday parties and kids events. Bookings for the slides must be made at least two weeks in advance to ensure that adequate staff are available during the booking period.
Hiring fees includes entry to the pool but waterslide tickets are extra.
Water Saving Initiatives
Botany Bay City Council has implemented water saving initiatives at the Aquatic Centre to conserve this precious resource. Backwash irrigates the nearby sportsground and roof water is stored and used for flushing toilets.