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Mount Helena Aquatic Centre Closed

Following the advice of the WA Department of Health, Shire of Mundaring is introducing changes to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the community.

We anticipate that there will be some constraints to service delivery as a result of COVID-19, particularly where we cannot safely implement hygiene or social distancing measures e.g. due to a lack of space.

Where this includes services run for, or by, vulnerable people we are considering service delivery changes on a case by case basis to ensure that we can offer the safest possible environment for our visitors, community and staff.

We cannot promise business as usual but we will be doing our best in what is an evolving situation.

Affected services / facilities will be added to the COVID-19 tab on this website.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the opening hours of Mt Helena Aquatic Centre?

Weekdays: 3:15pm - 6pm
Weekends and Public holidays: 12noon - 6pm

Is the pool open for public swimming while Interm lessons are being held?

Mt Helena Aquatic Centre is a small centre with limited space, therefore it is not open for public swimming during Interm lessons.

Is the lap pool open for public swimming during School Swimming Carnivals?

No it is not open to the public during School Swimming Carnivals. This includes the leisure pool.

When does Mt Helena Swim Club operate?

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 4.30pm - 6pm.

Do I need to book for parties/social gatherings?

Yes, any large group of over 10 people proposing to attend the pool are requested to advise staff beforehand to assist with managing space, equipment and additional staffing.

What date does the Mt Helena Aquatic Centre close this year?

The Centre will close for public use on 31 March 2020, however will still be open for school use until 9 April 2020.

Is Mt Helena Aquatic Centre under threat of being closed?

Council is not considering closing Mt Helena Aquatic Centre. A new ten year Agreement has recently been signed between the Shire of Mundaring and the Department of Education.


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