We are re-opening!
We will be reopening on Wednesday 28-July. Restrictions will be in place to support social distancing requirements and face masks are mandatory and must be worn at all times when visiting our centre. Remember to check in via the mySA GOV app QR code at the entrance. Please refer to our COVID Updates page for more information.
Welcome to Port Pirie Aquatic Leisure Centre
Port Pirie Aquatic Leisure Centre is located in Port Pirie South Australia. The facility consists of a 15m Indoor heated pool, Indoor heated splash zone, 50m Outdoor pool with 7 lanes, a fully catered kiosk, swimming merchandise available, modern change rooms and shower facilities.
Our aquatic facilities offer something for everyone to enjoy including swimming pool facilities, aquatic birthday parties and so much more! We are the perfect place for the whole family to relax, play or get into shape, all year round.
We are a great place to make new friends while getting fit, come in and visit us today! We look forward to providing you with the best health and fitness experiences possible.
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Drowning is the number one cause of accidental death in children under five, with swimming pools the most common location for toddler drownings. Learn2Swim Week aims to introduce water safety to kids under five and ultimately reduce drowning fatalities.
R U OK? Day
Much like 2020, 2021 has been a challenging year, to say the least. Due to government-mandated lockdowns, we have all endured numerous lockdowns which can take a significant toll on our mental health. R U OK? Day is here for 2021 and it is a great opportunity to check in on those around you.
Why swimming lessons are more important than ever
Swimming Nappies – why they are important
It probably wouldn’t be the best idea to try and get away with popping a regular nappy on your child when it comes to swim lessons or beach days... it’s likely to end in a disaster, trust us! Regular everyday nappies are purposely designed to be super absorbent, which is obviously what you want when on dry land. However, when you're submerging your little one in water, you'll find that a regular nappy will swell up and become so waterlogged, as it absorbs the water around it. Now that’s not ideal – is it?