Wentworthville Memorial Swimming Centre opened its doors to the public on 29th March after undergoing a $12.2 million upgrade by Cumberland City Council.
Mayor of Cumberland City Council Steve Christou officially unveiled the newly renovated venue at a ribbon cutting ceremony. “This Swim Centre was traditionally one of Western Sydney’s most popular swimming spots prior to the revamp, and based on the Centre’s new look and improved amenities, I expect it will be even more popular with residents and families in our local community,” Mayor Christou said.
Watch some highlights from our launch day below.
This venue offers a new warm program pool, a leisure pool with beach entry and new change rooms. A lift has also been installed to allow people with disability to use the 50-metre pool. Also on offer is a new café that can be accessed from the main road and will be open to the general public.
Belgravia Leisure’s South West NSW Area Manager, Scott Vanderheyden said, “It has been great to further develop our relationship with Cumberland City Council and manage the operations at Wentworthville Memorial Swimming Centre on their behalf.”
“The commitment from Council to the residents and families in our local community in providing a state-of-the-art venue has been commendable. It has also been great to see the passion and enthusiasm from our Wentworthville community. They have been eagerly awaiting the re-opening of our venues for the last couple of years, and we are extremely proud to assist them in achieving their health and fitness goals at Wentworthville Memorial Swimming Centre,” Mr Vanderheyden concluded.