Water Playground * 50m Pool * 25m Pool * Leisure Pool * Cafe * Creche * CAT Bus Stop * Near Fremantle Train Station * Open Daily * Family Entry Pass Available * Kids Under 4 enter free
The Fremantle Leisure Centre features indoor and outdoor pools. While the indoor pools are undercover they do have some areas of open air, so the air is nice and fresh in the indoor pool area. Kids will love the shallow leisure pool with a couple of toddlers slides, mushroom water fountain, tipping water and water cannons.
The leisure pool is enclosed from the indoor pool by a glass panelling and gates. The leisure pool playground is open all year round so you can enjoy a splash even in winter with the water heated between 26-28 degrees.
Right next to the leisure pool is a turbo and 0.9m whirlpool and jet seated area
Indoors there is also a 25m indoor pool and a 50m pool outdoors
When you want a break from swimming there is a great grassed area with swings, where you can enjoy a picnic
There is also a cafe at the Fremantle Leisure Centre, it's open daily and has a great range of snacks, drinks, icecreams and light meals. The creche is also available daily if you would like to enjoy a swim by yourself or enjoy a fitness class.
Safety Considerations: Watch Around Water Policy in place. Kids under 5 must be accompanided by a full fee paying adult who is prepared to swim and must stay within arms reach of their child/ren at all times.
More information: www.fremantle.gov.au/flc
How to Get There: Fremantle Leisure Centre is located within 100 metres of the Fremantle Train Station. The free Fremantle CAT Bus stops out the front of the centre also.
Parking is available in Car Park 14 which is designated for leisure centre patrons. Just take the tear away copy of your parking receipt to reception and they will refund the cost of your parking off your entry fee.
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 9th October 2015