Closed For Winter
Katanning Aquatic Centre is currently closed for the winter season and will reopen in November 2023.
Welcome to the Katanning Aquatic Centre
Katanning Aquatic Centre is a fun, family-friendly, three-pool facility catering to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Our centre offers you a range of facilities during the pool season, from the beginning of November to the end of March.
Facilities on offer include a toddler’s pool with a water fountain perfect for kids of all ages. A ‘learn to swim’ pool, 50-metre lap swimming pool (with portable disabled pool hoist available) and change rooms.
We also have a kiosk where you can relax and enjoy some refreshments, coffee and some light snacks. Or you can take things outdoors to enjoy our free BBQ, picnic facilities and kids playground.
With ample free parking available, we look forward to welcoming you to Katanning Aquatic Centre.
- Toddler’s pool with a water fountain perfect for kids of all ages
- ‘Learn to swim’ pool
- 50 metre lap pool
- Solar heating
- A kiosk with refreshments, coffee and light snacks
- Change rooms
- Free BBQ and picnic facilities
- Lawn and shaded areas for spectators
- Ample free parking
- Portable disabled pool hoist available for the 50 metre pool
- Kids playground
Monday to Sunday: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Monday to Friday: 6:00am - 8:00am
*Swimming season is from November to March
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