Customer Call back Request
As you might be aware, we are experiencing unprecedented levels of enquiries. We are trying our best to keep up with the influx of calls and appreciate your patience at this time. We will endeavour to contact you as soon as practical.
Following the media statement issued by the Prime Minister on the 22nd of March, we are closing the facility from 12 pm today, 23 March 2020.
Welcome to Nerang Aquatic Centre
Nerang Aquatic Centre is home to a range of facilities and programs for the whole family to enjoy.
Our facilities offer you a 25m lap swimming pool, 25m recreational swimming pool, an indoor learn to swim pool, and a toddler splash pool and play area. We offer you a range of incredible programs, including our Learn to Swim swimming lessons, aqua aerobics, and SwimFit.
Come in and visit us today! We look forward to providing you with the best health and leisure experiences possible.
We are currently closed.
Please keep up to date with us on our Facebook page and via our member emails.
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Race Skills Workshop
Improve racing skills for weekend competition and School Swimming with our STARTS TURNS & FINNISHES session!
Swim Club Night
Club Night Friday 17th April 2020!
5:00pm at Nerang Aquatic Centre!
Join us for a FUN family friendly night of racing.
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Long Weekend Ideas
Our next long weekend in fast approaching! It is going to be a little different to those in the past and you might be struggling for ideas of what to do within the current Covid-safe regulations, so we have some ideas for you!
Best Ways to Get Incidental Exercise
Every day you do incidental exercise without knowing it. When you walk rather than drive or take two flights of stairs instead of the lift, you’re actually exercising. Just by doing a bit more so that it adds up to 30 minutes a day, you get many of the benefits of formal exercise.
Telehealth is now available
Our team of exercise physiologists are now offering video conference consultations for those requiring treatment, education and a rehabilitation plans for injuries and illness.
Why Is Sitting So Bad?
Research has indicated that sitting for prolonged periods can be bad for your health. The more hours you spend sitting daily, the greater the risk of metabolic problems. It is easy to find simple activities to keep moving throughout the day