Samantha Mueller, Mark Maybury and Michelle Young.
The awards are an annual event on the Belgravia Leisure calendar.
More than 150 guests represented their centres and teams.
Live music brought the dance floor alive throughout the night.
Belgravia Leisure ambassador Brooke Hanson hosted the evening.
The event was held on the Melbourne Docklands waterfront.
Guests were treated to several entertaining speeches throughout the evening.
Belgravia Leisure CEO Nick Cox.
Belgravia Group chairman Geoff Lord.
Belgravia Leisure GM of Corporate Services Alex Lord.
Aquarena Centre Manager Aylie Spence and Operations Manager Bobby Savic (right) accept the Workplace Health and Safety Award from Alex Lord.
Tanya Fletcher from North Lakes accepts the Swim School of the Year award from National Aquatic Manager Michelle Young.
National Health and Wellbeing Manager Troy Walker announces Aquarena as the winner of the Health Club of the Year Award.
Nick Cox, Alex Simmons and Pauline McCann with the Innovation Award, won by the team at Auburn Ruth Everuss.
National Disability and Diversity Manager Dr Jeff Walkley.
The annual dinner marks the final event in the Get Connected conference.
Dr Walkley with Kara Monaghan and the Community Award, won by the team at Ascot Vale Leisure Centre.
Mount Albert Centre Manager Irene Smith accepts the Community Inclusion Award from Dr Jeff Walkley.
Irene Smith also accepts the award for NZ Facility of the Year, from New Zealand General Manager Mark Blake.
Alex Simmons (left), Belgravia Leisure GM of Operations, Anthony McIntosh and Rosie Keogh and the NSW Facility of the Year Award which was won by Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre.
Salisbury Rec Facility Manager, Sarah McEwen (right) accepts the award for SA Facility of the Year from State Manager Catherine Foreman.
Centre Manager, Sandie Williams, accepts the award for Qld Facility of the Year, won by the team at Mudgeeraba Aquatic Centre.
Loftus Facility Manager, Andrew Ng, accepts the award for WA Facility of the Year, won by Loftus Recreation Centre, with State Manager Rohan Gunton (right).
Splash Devonport Aquatic & Leisure Centre won the Vic/Tas Facility of the Year award. From left is Vic/Tas State Manager Kris Miller, Splash Centre Manager Andrew Towns, and Victorian Regional Area Manager Kara Monaghan.
Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre was named Belgravia Leisure Facility of the Year!!
Winning is sweet indeed. Well done to the whole team at AKAC!!
Acting Centre Manager Rosie Keogh and her team deserve all the glory.
Here’s the winning team at AKAC. Legends!
Mr Lord and some of our award winners and nominees.
It was great to have everyone together again.
Once the awards were finished, it was time to hit the dance floor.
A great night was had by all – congratulations to all award winners and nominees.