Dive in, get fit

Based at Griffith University’s Mt Gravatt campus, our Aquatic and Fitness Centre is located just 10 minutes from Brisbane’s city centre and offers a variety of swimming and fitness training options.

Please make sure you have read our guidelines before your first session.

Centre features

25m pool + free parking

Offering eight spacious lanes, our 25m pool is designed for the keen lap swimmer. Free parking is also available, just make sure to validate your ticket at the front counter.

Fitness centre personal training

With a variety of personal training packages to suit you and your budget, we can help you achieve your health and fitness goals.

Learn to swim

Learning how to swim is an essential part of Australian life. Our swimming instructors deliver engaging lessons for ages six-months-old through to adulthood.

Children’s splash pool

Designed like a mini water park, this pool is all about having fun and interacting with water in a safe and exciting aquatic environment.

Group fitness

We offer group fitness classes in and outside the pool.

Premium membership

A Griffith Sport Premium Membership allows you to access multiple facilities under the one membership.

Swimming pass prices

Swim passCasual 10-visit pass 20-visit pass
Griffith University student* $4.50 $40 $75
Retail $6 $55 $105
Concession $5 $47.50 $85
Child $4.50 
Family swim passPrice
1 adult + 2 children $13
2 adult + 2 children $17.50
Spectator $2.50

Premium membership

Not a Griffith University student? Not a problem! Our facilities are open to the general public and we'd love you to check out our brilliant facilities and services.

Learn to swim

Our swimming teachers deliver engaging lessons for beginners as young as six-months-old, right through to adults.

Lessons include water safety skills to help build confidence, as well as stroke correction and development in a fun, safe and interactive environment. Classes incorporate principles from the Royal Life Saving Society and Austswim curriculum. The swim school operates all year round in heated pools and is open to the general public.

Squad training

Squad training consist of bronze, silver, gold and adult swimfit classes.  Our squad is coordinated by our experienced and friendly coach, Suzie Spatny.

Personal training

Personal training is one of the most effective ways to get fit and stay fit. You get a customised workout, personalised attention and positive motivation that will help sky rocket you to achieving your health and fitness goals.

We also have a variety of personal training packages that re designed to suit both you and your budget, to help you achieve your health and fitness goals no matter what.

Group fitness

Group training is great for those who want to train under the guidance and supervision of one of our qualified Fitness Centre staff members in a fun and social environment. You’ll receive the same great service as the personal training sessions with the added benefit of support from your peers.

Opening hours

Monday – Friday 5:30 am – 7 pm
Saturday 7 am – 5 pm
Sunday 7:30 am – 4 pm

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Contact us

Mt Gravatt Aquatic and Fitness Centre

Aquatic and Fitness Centre (M30), Mt Gravatt campus, QLD 4122

For more information about our services or to book sessions call or email us.

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