Swimming Centres

Swimming is a healthy, low impact activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages in the community. Swimming helps to maintain a healthy weight and offers a relaxing way to improve physical wellbeing. 

The City of Canada Bay provides two of the most picturesque, seasonal, outdoor aquatic facilities in Sydney. Drummoyne and Cabarita Swimming Centres, both managed by Belgravia Leisure, feature heated outdoor saltwater 50-metre pools, high-quality programs and panoramic water views.

Cabarita Swimming Centre

Location

Cabarita Swimming Centre is in the picturesque Cabarita Park on the foreshore with panoramic views of the bay.

Facilities 

  • 50m outdoor, salt water Olympic sized heated pool
  • Salt water, heated program pool
  • Shaded, heated toddlers pool
  • Shaded bleachers area
  • Café/kiosk facilities.

Opening hours 

Monday to Friday - 6am - 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday - 6am - 6.30pm 
Public Holidays - 8am - 6pm
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

The Centre is closed in the off season between 30th April to 1st September 

Contact details

Address: Cabarita Park, Cabarita Road, Cabarita NSW

Phone: 8757 3059

Website: Cabarita Swimming Centre.

Drummoyne Swimming Centre

Location

Drummoyne Swimming Centre is located adjacent to the Iron Cove Bridge on the western foreshore in the Inner West.  

Facilities 

  • 50m outdoor, salt water Olympic sized heated pool
  • Salt water shaded, heated toddlers pool
  • Shaded bleachers area
  • Café/kiosk facilities
  • Swimming merchandise and
  • High quality programs.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday - 5.30am - 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday - 6am - 6pm 
Public Holidays - 8am - 6pm
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

The Centre is closed in the off season between 30 April to 1 September 

Contact details

Address: Henley Marine Drive, Drummoyne NSW

Phone: 9181 1530

Website: Drummoyne Swimming Centre 

Clubs

Drummoyne Swimming Centre is home to the Drummoyne Water Polo Club, with over 350 members they are one of the biggest in Australia. For more information please visit Drummoyne Water Polo Club.

Drummoyne Swimming Club established in 1904 runs training and swimming competitions on Saturdays during the pools opening season. For more information contact Drummoyne Swimming Club.

Useful links
  • Swimming NSW - Swimming NSW purpose is to operate as an administrative agency of swimming in NSW. Its mission is to foster, control and develop (i.e. promote organised growth of) swimming in NSW (including the ACT). 
  • AUSTSWIM - AUSTSWIM is Australia's national organisation for the teaching of swimming and water safety.
  • Drummoyne Swimming Club - overlooking the picturesque Iron Cove at Drummoyne on Henley Marine Drive (near the Iron Cove Bridge). The Club meets every Saturday morning at 7:30am during summer.