Swimming Pools

Our Pools

We’d love you to see you at any of our outdoor, solar heated pools during our pool season.

Alexandra – 13 Perkins Street – 0448 981 780

With three pools to choose from you’re bound to find the perfect spot to relax, exercise or simply cool off on a warm day. The main pool is 25 m long and 6 lanes wide with a maximum depth of 2.2 m. Entry is by steps and ladders. The second pool has a ‘beach’ entry and a depth of 0.9 m. It’s a great place for those learning to swim or building their confidence in the water. A third, semi-circular toddler pool, with water features and protected by shade sails, offers the perfect spot to help the smallest members of the family cool off. The facility also offers all access change rooms with full amenities, shade sails, tables and seating and there’s plenty of grass to spread out for the day

Eildon – 39 High Street – 0439 159 025

Centrally located in the town, the facility offers a main pool which is 33 m long and 8 lanes wide, accessible by step or ladder. The depth of the pool ranges from 1.4 m to 3.6 m. The adjacent toddler pool with imitation rock sides, and fun water features provides plenty of opportunity for water play. This pool is 0.2 to 0.9 m deep with step access. Plenty of shade, and lots of tables, seating and a grassy area provides a wonderful place for visitors to relax and enjoy the visit. The facility offers all access change rooms, with cold water showers.

Marysville – 13 Falls Road – 0447 168 528

The main pool is 33 m long and varies in depth from 1.4 m to 3.3 m. A large undercover shelter area, equipped with tables and seats, provides a fantastic spot to picnic and enjoy the day with family and friends. The opposite side of the main pool features plenty of grassed area to relax and watch the fun in the pool. Shelter from the weather under one of three shade sails dotted throughout the grounds. Toddlers can enjoy the time in their own octagonal pool with worm and mushroom sprays adding to the fun. The pool is 0.25 m deep, partly shaded and has seating close by. The facility offers all access change rooms, with cold water showers.

Yea – 101 High Street – 0448 980 562

The main T-shaped pool is 33 m long and 6 lanes wide, with access by step or ladder. The water depth ranges from 0.9 to 3.05 m. Plenty of deck area, grassy grounds, scattered tables and chairs, shade sails and trees, ensures there is a space for everyone to share.

Younger patrons can enjoy building their water skills in the nearby toddler pool. The pool has ‘beach entry’, a depth of 0.9 m, large shade sail and water sprays. The facility offers all access change rooms with full amenities.

Opening Hours

The swimming pool season runs from Saturday 16 November 2019 to Monday 9 March 2020.

During school terms:

Monday to Friday 3.00 – 6.00 pm
Saturday and Sunday  1.00 – 6.00 pm
Public holidays  1.00 – 6.00 pm

During school holidays:

Monday to Sunday 1.00 – 6.00 pm
Public holidays
(closed Christmas Day)

1.00 – 6.00 pm

Morning swim sessions:


Monday, Wednesday and Friday  

6.00 - 8.30 am


Monday, Wednesday and Friday

6.30 - 8.30 am


Monday, Wednesday and Friday

7.30 - 9.30 am


Monday, Wednesday and Friday

6.30 - 9.00 am


Pools will open when the temperature forecast by the Bureau of Meteorology is to be 21 degrees or above in that location. Pools will open for morning lap swimming and school/swim club bookings regardless of the forecast. 

Pool hours will be extended from 6.00 to 8.00 pm on days when the temperature is over 38 degrees at that location.

Pools close to the public at 6.00 pm on weekdays (some private bookings, such as swimming clubs, might use the pool after this time)

Pools may remain open past 6.00 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The decision to remain open is at the discretion of the Operations Officer and will depend on air temperature and patron numbers.

Code Red Days

The outdoor pools may be closed at any time for safety reasons, including dangerous weather conditions, and sometimes with very short notice to members and guests. On declared Code Red days, the facilities at Eildon and Marysville will not be open to the public. The facilities in Alexandra and Yea will only be open if there are staff available to work (Council encourages all staff to put their personal fire safety plans into effect on these days). If staff are available on Code Red days, the Alexandra and Yea facilities will have extended opening hours.

Entry Prices 

Daily admission prices

Adult $6.00
Adult concession
Child under 18 $5.00
Family $17.50

If claiming concession, an eligible card must be shown – Pension Concession, Health Care, Student ID or Seniors Card
Family admission is for two adults and one or more children under 18  

If you visit the pools regularly, you might want to consider a Multi Pass.

Multi Pass

A Multi Pass can be used by more than one person and provides entry to any of our pools for 10 visits, at a discounted price.

Adult $43.50
Child under 18 $36.25

Purchase your Multi Pass at the pool or at any of our Customer Service Centres.

Private bookings

Murrindindi Shire swimming pools are available for private bookings, for events such as birthdays, weddings and social gatherings. Please call (03) 5772 0333 for booking enquiries.

Pool safety rules

Our qualified lifeguards are dedicated to ensuring your visit is a safe and enjoyable experience.

You can help us by following these simple rules. 

  • Actively supervise children under your care at the facility. Caring for children is not the responsibility of the lifeguard.
    • Children aged five and under must be within arm’s reach of a responsible person aged 16 or over at all times. This means that if the child is in the water, they must be accompanied. A maximum of four children aged five or under may be under the care of a supervising individual
    • Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible person aged 16 or older at all times. A maximum of eight children under 10 may be accompanied by one supervising individual
  • Make yourself familiar with water depths in each pool and access them in a safe and responsible manner
  • Not smoking, consuming alcohol or bringing glass containers to the pool area and surrounds
  • Comply with the decision of the Lifeguard if they deny access to a pool facility to a person who appears intoxicated
  • Allow Lifeguards to inspect the content of bags, containers or eskies for prohibited items such as glass or alcohol
  • Follow a Lifeguard’s request to leave the facility if your behaviour is deemed to be of an anti-social nature or is offensive to others. Lifeguards have been instructed to call the police if an individual or group physically or verbally threatens them or other patrons.