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Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre

GESAC has some of the premier aquatic facilities in Melbourne. Each pool has been designed with a specific purpose in mind, which means there is something for all ages and abilities to enjoy. 

With less than $10, you can have water slides.  This is way cheaper than going to a water park.

Facilities include:
  • 50 metre outdoor pool with eight lap lanes;
  • 25 metre indoor pool with eight lap lanes;
  • leisure pool with interactive water features and play equipment;
  • two FUN filled water slides;
  • dedicated aquatic programs pool;
  • aquatic wellness area (wellness program pool, spa, sauna and steam room);
  • huge gymnasium with state-of-the art equipment;
  • personal training;
  • three group exercise studios offering an extensive range of classes;
  • accessibility programs for all ages and abilities;
  • occasional child care;
  • retail shop;
  • cafĂ©;
  • indoor stadium (three multi-purpose courts);
  • landscaped gardens and barbeque facilities; and
  • consulting suites offering a range of rehabilitation and wellness services.








Location: 200 East Boundary Road, Bentleigh East

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