At Richmond, we have Melbourne's oldest indoor 50-metre pool, which is a favourite of Olympians, footballers and other elite athletes.
We have two gyms, a group fitness studio and a spin studio. Our pools include a 50-metre indoor pool, a Learn to Swim pool, a toddler pool as well as a spa, sauna and steam room.
How do I get to Richmond Recreation Centre?
Richmond Recreation Centre is on Gleadell Street, just off Bridge Road.
To find public transport routes, visit Public Transport Victoria.
When is Richmond Recreation Centre open?
Upcoming public holidays
|Christmas Eve||Monday 24 December||5.30am to 6pm|
|Christmas Day||Tuesday 25 December||CLOSED|
|Boxing Day||Wednesday 26 December||8am to 6pm|
|New Year's Eve||Monday 31 December||5.30am to 6pm|
|New Year's Day||Tuesday 1 January||12pm to 6pm|
|Monday to Thursday||5.30am to 10pm|
|Friday||5.30am to 9pm|
|Saturday and Sunday||7am to 7pm|
Pools, spa and sauna
|Monday to Thursday||5.30am to 9.45pm|
|Friday||5.30am to 8.45pm|
|Saturday and Sunday||7am to 6.45pm|
From May to September, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays the 50m pool closes at 8.30pm for canoe polo.
Occasional child care
Our occasional child care is open Monday to Friday
- Session 1: 9 to 10.30am
- Session 2: 10.30am to 12 noon
To ensure everyone can access Richmond Recreation Centre, we have:
- disability parking
- entry ramp
- pool hoist
- accessible change rooms
- elevator to group exercise room
We also offer a range of supported access programs, including Access All Abilities, Striving for Maximum Strength and Cerebral Palsy.
p. 9205 5032
a. 11-15 Gleadell Street, Richmond 3121