Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool

55 School Road, Yeronga, QLD, 4105 07 3848 8575
Disabled access/facilities
Heated pool
Water play

Whether you're an experienced swimmer or looking to learn to swim, Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool is a great place to take a dip. It has four swimming pools (enclosed heated programs pool, 50 metre heated outdoor pool, 25 metre heated outdoor pool and childrens' wading pool) and offers swimming lessons, stroke development classes, kiosk and more. Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool is open during summer and winter.

Find out about the opening hours, facilities and entry fees for adults and children. The complex is open all year round. The wading and water play pool and water play area is closed in winter.

Upcoming pool closures

Due to swimming carnivals/events, the 50m pool will be closed to the public on the following dates:

  • Friday 27 January, 4pm-7pm
  • Friday 3 February, 9am-2.45pm
  • Wednesday 8 February, 8am-3pm
  • Friday 17 February, 10am-2pm

Additionally, the 25m pool will be closed to the public on Tuesday 14 February, 9am-2.30pm


  • Aqua aerobics
  • Disabled access/facilities
  • Heated pool
  • Indoor pool
  • Kiosk
  • Outdoor pool
  • Squad swimming
  • Stroke development
  • Swimming lessons
  • Wading pool
  • Water play
  • Water polo

Opening hours

  • Monday: 5am-7.30pm
  • Tuesday: 5am-7.30pm
  • Wednesday: 5am-7.30pm
  • Thursday: 5am-7.30pm
  • Friday: 5am-7pm
  • Saturday: 5.30am-6pm
  • Sunday: 7am-6pm

Public Holidays: 9am-5pm
Closed: Christmas Day, Good Friday & Anzac Day


Entry fees

  • Adults (15 years and over): $6.20
  • Child (two-14 years): $4.60
  • Child (under two years): free
  • Concession: $5.00
  • Spectator: $4.80
  • Family pass (one adult and two children): $13.30
  • Additional adult: $5.60
  • Additional child: $4.00

Multi-visit passes

  • 20-visit pass adult: $111.60
  • 20-visit pass concession: $90

Memberships are available - contact the venue for more information.

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.

More information

For more information on pool/venue facilities, lane availability for lap swimming, activities, bookings and fees, contact the venue by phone or visit the Yeronga Park Pool website.


Car park 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 must be in the water at all times within arms' reach of the child/non-swimmer
  • for six-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.


Upcoming events

Sat 11 Feb 2023, 11:00am

Bookings essential. Aqua Aerobics has always been an awesome exercise! If you have not tried it, now is your chance! Stretch and tone your body, and join like...

Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool, 55 School Road, Yeronga

Sat 11 Feb 2023, 12:00pm

Bookings essential. Embrace the water and learn how to swim and engage in the aquatic environment safely. Join our safe, fun and inclusive program and meet like...

Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool, 55 School Road, Yeronga

Sat 11 Feb 2023, 4:30pm

Bookings essential. Deep Water Running is an all over body workout suitable for those looking to add to their current fitness routine, or those who are pregnant...

Yeronga Park Memorial Swimming Pool, 55 School Road, Yeronga

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