Drop in to learn more about the Rosebud Aquatic Centre Design Plans

Published on 11 May 2018


You’re invited to view and provide feedback on design plans for the Rosebud Aquatic Centre development.

Mornington Peninsula Shire is holding a two-hour community drop-in session to share plans for the facility design, parking, access and layout of a gymnasium, wellness centre, café, access ramps, family change rooms, 50 metre indoor, Learn to Swim and warm water program pools.

Participants will have the opportunity to speak with key project officers and a representative from facility architect Peddle Thorp.

Shire Mayor Councillor Bryan Payne said “we’ve heard the community and are continuing progress on this highly anticipated project.

“Shire officers worked closely with architects Peddle Thorp and our key user groups to develop plans and are now seeking further feedback that may assist the design team.

“This is a great opportunity for the wider community to get involved”.

Seawinds Ward Councillor Antonella Celi said “the Shire is in regular conversation with key community groups across the peninsula to make sure this facility is built to accommodate for the needs of a wide range of community users”. 

Seawinds Ward Councillor Simon Brooks said “this will be an educational session to hear about how the community will use the facility and ensure we’re designing for their needs”.

Seawinds Ward Councillor Frank Martin said “it’s important that we hear from the community and consider feedback moving forward to the next phase”.

Rosebud Aquatic Centre will be designed and constructed over a three-year period, with the aim of opening late 2020.


Monday 28 May 2018, 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Rosebud Memorial Hall - 994 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud

For anyone not able to attend in person, concept plans will be available to view and provide feedback online after the session at: mornpen.vic.gov.au/rosebudaquatic

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