Aquatic and Recreational Facility

An aerial image of Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) with indication of surrounding streets can be seen.

Background

The City of Adelaide has provided swimming and aquatic facilities in the city for more than 150 years. An outdoor facility was constructed in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) in 1969. In 1985 it was converted to an indoor aquatic centre as part of a joint Commonwealth, State and Local Government project.

The Adelaide Aquatic Centre (AAC) is rapidly approaching the end of its practical life. Projected capital investment in the centre over the next 10 years could be in the range of $14M to $21M depending on scope.

Major works areas include: dive pool, 50m pool boom, eastern grandstand, spa, sauna, steam room, changerooms and services. While these works would address the condition of the asset they would not necessarily enhance services or reduce the high operating costs.

The AAC attracts over 715,000 visits per year with an estimated 10.4 per cent of annual visits made by City of Adelaide residents.

The Centre is open 364 days a year for up to 15 hours each day and is managed and operated by the City of Adelaide.

We are now consulting on the below.

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Aquatic and Recreational Facility - Draft Needs Analysis

The City of Adelaide wants to hear from key stakeholders and the community about what services and facilities they value and wish to see at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre to help inform Council’s future plans about an aquatic and recreational facility.

Please click here for further information on the draft Needs Analysis and to have your say.


Adelaide Football Club Draft Proposal

The City of Adelaide is currently considering an unsolicited proposal from Adelaide Football Club (AFC) to establish an administration and training base in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2).

We are seeking your views on the Draft Proposal at this stage. Should this process continue, there will be further opportunities to provide feedback as more details become available.

Please click here for further information on the Adelaide Football Club Draft Proposal and to have your say.




Background

The City of Adelaide has provided swimming and aquatic facilities in the city for more than 150 years. An outdoor facility was constructed in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) in 1969. In 1985 it was converted to an indoor aquatic centre as part of a joint Commonwealth, State and Local Government project.

The Adelaide Aquatic Centre (AAC) is rapidly approaching the end of its practical life. Projected capital investment in the centre over the next 10 years could be in the range of $14M to $21M depending on scope.

Major works areas include: dive pool, 50m pool boom, eastern grandstand, spa, sauna, steam room, changerooms and services. While these works would address the condition of the asset they would not necessarily enhance services or reduce the high operating costs.

The AAC attracts over 715,000 visits per year with an estimated 10.4 per cent of annual visits made by City of Adelaide residents.

The Centre is open 364 days a year for up to 15 hours each day and is managed and operated by the City of Adelaide.

We are now consulting on the below.

Please subscribe to be kept informed about this project through the 'Follow Project' button to the right.


Aquatic and Recreational Facility - Draft Needs Analysis

The City of Adelaide wants to hear from key stakeholders and the community about what services and facilities they value and wish to see at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre to help inform Council’s future plans about an aquatic and recreational facility.

Please click here for further information on the draft Needs Analysis and to have your say.


Adelaide Football Club Draft Proposal

The City of Adelaide is currently considering an unsolicited proposal from Adelaide Football Club (AFC) to establish an administration and training base in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla (Park 2).

We are seeking your views on the Draft Proposal at this stage. Should this process continue, there will be further opportunities to provide feedback as more details become available.

Please click here for further information on the Adelaide Football Club Draft Proposal and to have your say.