Aquatic and Leisure Strategy, Fawkner Leisure Centre will be refurbished between 2023-2025. In planning for this, initial works (including concept and some design) will begin in 2021.

There are a number of key consideration for the redevelopment including improved accessibility, multi-use spaces and improvements to our operations. Over the summer season we will be asking the community for input on the future concepts and design inclusions for the Fawkner Leisure Centre.

To stay updated and get involved with the Fawkner Leisure Centre Redevelopment, click FOLLOW at the top of this page to register your interest and receive updates on this project.


  • Timeline item 1 - active

    Community engagement project planning

    December 2020

  • Timeline item 2 - incomplete

    Community engagement activities

    January - March 2021

  • Timeline item 3 - incomplete

    Report to Council - draft concepts and feedback

    April 2021

  • Timeline item 4 - incomplete

    Community consultation for further feedback and refining

    April - June 2021

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If you have any questions while we plan our engagement program, post them here and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. We welcome constructive comments and ideas and invite you to let us know your thoughts in a respectful way.

Please note our question tool will be open until Wednesday 23rd December. We will reopen the question tool in mid-January 2021.

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