SCHEDULED WORKS & MAINTENANCE
From Monday 26 February to Monday 4 March, there will be some disruptions to our services while we undertake scheduled maintenance and works to our facility. Our Aqua Play Zone will be closed Monday 26 - Wednesday 28 February and re-open as normal on Thursday 29 February. Please see Opening Hours - Yawa Aquatic Centre for further information.
Welcome to Yawa Aquatic Centre
Yawa is a place to blow our first bubbles. A place to ease our aches and pains.
A place to share a coffee. A place to touch our toes.
A place to raise our heart rate, and a place to calm it down.
Yawa is a place for everyone.
Yawa Aquatic Centre is located in Rosebud on the Mornington Peninsula and is your state of the art recreational centre offering a range of year-round aquatic, leisure and wellness programs for people of all ages and abilities.
Latest news VIEW ALL NEWS
Cold Therapy Returns to Yawa
Our first Cold Therapy event at Yawa was a huge success and we thank all of those who braved the ice cold baths and acheived something some never thought they would!
We are excited announce Cold Therapy returns to Yawa early this January!
Surfers Rescue 24/7
Did you know that the drowning rate of Mornington Peninsula residents is 1.39 per 100,000 population which is almost double the Victorian average of 0.7?
To help reduce this number, Belgravia Leisure, in partnership with Mornington Peninsula Shire & Surfing Victoria are holding a FREE Surfers Rescue 24/7 course at Yawa Aquatic Centre on Sunday 14 January 2024 as part of the efforts to reduce drownings on the Mornington Peninsula.
LIMITED SPACES AVAILBLE
Pride Gym & Swim Night
Join us Yawa Aquatic Centre for a fun evening of activities for LGBTIQA+ communities and their allies. All bodies are welcome! 18+ years event only.
GOswim Waterways Safety Week
Waterways Safety Week is coming to your GOswim lessons from 19 - 25 June. Our GOswim friends have been preparing to take you on a journey to learn important water safety skills and strategies for different waterways including the beach, lakes, rivers and more. Read more to find out why you and your child should learn how to stay safe in different waterways and the life-saving benefits this could have.