We are open and operating! We would like to reassure all of our members that we are operating with COVID safe plans in place.
Welcome to Smithton Wellbeing Indoor Recreation & Leisure
The new Smithton Wellbeing Indoor Recreation and Leisure centre is located in Smithton, North-West Tasmania. Residing on the northern side of the Smithton Sports Centre bounded by Grey Street, Gibson Street and Nelson Street.
This state-of-the-art wellbeing and leisure facility includes a six-lane 25-metre indoor swimming pool, a program pool and aquatic play area for the kids to enjoy. Services include swimming party options, kiosk, group fitness classes and aqua aerobics programs.
The centre also offers progressive GOswim swimming lessons. Delivering students with a new and effective way of learning how to swim. Inspiring students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational swimming. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully accredited Austswim teachers.
We look forward to welcoming you to the centre and providing you with the best wellbeing and leisure experiences possible!
Improve your fitness and become a part of the community by joining our popular group fitness classes. We have an extensive range of classes including AquaFit, Spin, Chi-flow and Teen Active.
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