Acacia Ridge Leisure Centre
Acacia Ridge Leisure Centre is a Brisbane City Council recreation facility that includes pool facilities. The YMCA of Brisbane manages the venue.
The Acacia Ridge Leisure Centre offers:
- learn to swim classes for children of all levels
- aqua aerobics
- squad and lap swimming and;
- opportunities for pool fun and recreational swimming.
This complex includes spray-based water play features in the beach entry lagoon pool. Fees apply for pool entry.
- Aqua aerobics
- Disabled access/facilities
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
- Open in winter
- Outdoor pool
- Squad swimming
- Swimming lessons
- Water play
- Monday: 6am-7pm
- Tuesday: 6am-7pm
- Wednesday: 6am-7pm
- Thursday: 6am-7pm
- Friday: 6am-7pm
- Saturday: 8am-5pm
- Sunday: 9am-5pm
Public holidays: 12 noon-5pm
Closed: Christmas Day and Good Friday
Lagoon Pool hours (Summer season only)
School holidays: 11am-5pm daily
- Adult: $5.70
- Child (2-14 years): $4.10
- Child (under 2 years): free
- Concession: $4.70
- Non swimming spectator: $4
- Family pass (1 adult and 2 children): $12.10
- Family pass (2 adult and 2 children): $15.10
- Extra adult: $5.10
- Extra child: $3.60
- Authorised companion card: free
- 10 pass adult: $50
- 10 pass child: $36
- 10 pass concession: $38
- 10 pass family (1 adult and 2 children): $111
- 10 pass family (2 adult and 2 children): $141
- 30 pass adult: $125
- 30 pass child: $90
- 30 pass concession: $98
Conditions of entry apply.
Children 12 years of age or younger must be accompanied by a supervising person 18 years of age or older.
Concession means the holder of a Pensioner Concession Card issued by Centrelink or a Gold Card issued by the Department of Veterans' Affairs.
All Council pools now honour the Queensland Government Companion Card, allowing free entry for anyone accompanying a person with disability who requires attendant care support.
For more information on pool/venue facilities, lane availability for lap swimming, activities, bookings and fees, contact the venue by phone or visit the YMCA fitness website.
Free car parking: 120 spaces.
Council endorses the Keep Watch public education program of the Royal Life Saving Society - Australia.
Keep watch @ public pools
When by the pool with your kids Keep watch @ public pools recommends:
- for 0-5 year olds and non-swimmers, a parent or guardian must be in the water at all times within arms' reach of the child/non-swimmer
- for 6-10 year olds, constant active supervision is required by a parent or guardian. Be prepared to get wet and enter the water with this age group
- for 11-14 year olds, parents or guardians must physically check on children on a regular basis.