We’ve visited Fairfield Leisure Centre a few times now, but keep forgetting to finish this review. So here are photos and a little info in the meantime.

Aquaplay Water Park

There’s a water playground at Fairfield Leisure Centre, which is included in your entry. It’s outside (with no shade) near the toddler pool. Kids will enjoy splashing around in it, with three slides, water cannons, fountains and a GIANT tip bucket.

Fairfield Leisure Centre Swimming Pools


Fairfield Leisure Centre has three swimming pools. The toddler pool is outside near the water playground. Then there is a 50m outdoor pool and a 25m indoor pool.

Other Facilities

Fairfield Leisure Centre Swimming Pools

Next to the 25m indoor pool is a kiosk.

Behind the water playground, there are toilets and change rooms.

Entry Fees

When we last visited in early 2018, the entry fees were:

  • $9 for adults
  • $6 for kids 5yrs+
  • $4 for spectators

So yes it’s expensive. Actually more than Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre. So unless you live close, or wanting to go to the pool on a day when Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre is likely to be chockers, I think there are a lot of other pools offering the same if not more for a cheaper entry fee.

Opening Hours

The water playground only operates in the warmer months from the September school holidays to end of the Easter school holidays.

Fairfield Leisure Centre Swimming Pools

Finding Fairfield Leisure Centre

Fairfield Leisure Centre is located at 44 Vine St, Fairfield. There is free limited parking out the front, but the parking is shared with the Fairfield Adventure Park.

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