Hibiscus Sports Complex Pool - Upper Mt Gravatt

90 Klumpp Road, Upper Mount Gravatt, QLD, 412207 3054 4374
Disabled access/facilities
Heated pool
Kiosk
Water play

Hibiscus Sports Complex has a 50-metre, Olympic-sized, outdoor pool. It has shade at the shallow end and heating during winter. It also has two indoor heated pools, a 12-metre pool for learn to swim, and a 25-metre pool for recreation and fitness. There is also a 20 metre long twisting waterslide (open in summer only). The pools and slide sit among landscaped grounds.

The complex offers learn to swim classes, squad swimming and group fitness classes. The Rackley Swim Club is on Fridays from 5.30-7pm. There is a health and fitness club and kiosk onsite.

Facilities

  • Disabled access/facilities
  • Heated pool
  • Indoor pool
  • Kiosk
  • Outdoor pool
  • Squad swimming
  • Swimming lessons
  • Wading pool
  • Water play

Opening hours

  • Monday: 5.30am-8pm
  • Tuesday: 5.30am-8pm
  • Wednesday: 5.30am-8pm
  • Thursday: 5.30am-8pm
  • Friday: 5.30am-7pm
  • Saturday: 5.30am-6pm
  • Sunday: 7am-6pm

Public holidays: 9am-5pm
Closed: Christmas Day and Good Friday

Fees

General entry

Entry fees

  • Adult (15 years and over): $6.40
  • Child (two-14 years): $4.70
  • Child (under two years): free
  • Concession: $5.30
  • Non swimming spectator: $2.50
  • Family pass (one adult and two children): $13.70
  • Family pass (two adults and two children): $19.50
  • Additional adult: $5.80
  • Additional child: $4.10

Multi-visit passes

  • 10 pass adult: $61
  • 10 pass child: $44
  • 10 pass concession: $50
  • 25 pass adult: $150
  • 25 pass child: $107
  • 25 pass concession: $122

Group fitness pass

  • 10 pass adult: $152
  • 10 pass child/concession: $136.50
  • 25 pass adult: $305
  • 25 pass child/concession: $290

Memberships (global access to City Aquatics sites)

Contact venue to enquire about memberships.

A person must be 14 years old to use the health club. People under 16 years of age must still be accompanied by a supervising person 18 years of age or older

$2 Summer Dips initiative

To make Council’s pools more affordable, Council has reduced general entry fees for summer. From 1 December 2023 to 29 February 2024, $2 fees will apply to general admissions. Terms and conditions apply.

Conditions of entry

Children 10 years of age or younger must be accompanied by a supervising person 18 years of age or older. Parents with children 5 (five) years and under must be in the water with their child within arm's reach at all times.

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 honour the Queensland Government Companion Card. This allows free entry for anyone accompanying a person with disability who requires attendant care support.

More information

The swimming pools are in the Hibiscus Sports Complex. The complex also has a health and fitness club and other facilities.

Phone the Hibiscus Pool on 07 3054 4374 or visit the City Aquatics website for more information on:

  • pool/venue facilities
  • disabled access enquiries
  • lane availability for lap swimming
  • activities
  • bookings
  • fees.

Parking

Car parks available.

Pool safety

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 zero-five year olds and non-swimmers, a parent or guardian be in the water at all times within arms reach of the child/non-swimmer
  • for six-10 year olds, constant active supervision should be provided 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 should physically check on children on a regular basis.

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