Council is seeking community feedback to help shape the design of the new aquatic and wellbeing centre in Dandenong.
In 2019, Council resolved to replace the existing Dandenong Oasis with a new centre at Mills Reserve, located on Cleeland Street in Dandenong. This decision was based on extensive planning and consultation and identified the need for the new centre to focus on health and wellbeing, with the aim to get more people, more active, more often.
Following two rounds of consultation and over 1,500 community surveys, Council agreed that the new Centre would include the following proposed facilities:
• 50m pool (with moveable boom)
• Two (2) warm water pools
• Learn to swim pool
• Leisure pool / water play
• Spa, sauna and steam room
• Program / group fitness rooms
• Allied health consulting suites
• Meeting rooms/s and creche
• Foyer, reception, administration
• Changerooms and amenities
Have Your Say
Council is now seeking further community input to help design these facilities and spaces, to make the new Centre welcoming and accessible to people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds.
How to have your say
Residents are invited to get involved in the design process by completing a survey below.
Community feedback will be accepted until 5pm on Sunday 15 August.
Read more information about the new aquatic and wellbeing centre and surrounding site.
Drop-in consultation sessions
Drop in consultation sessions have been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Interested residents are encouraged to complete a survey (above) or can send a submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, please contact Council’s Special Projects Coordinator Emma Michie for more information on 8571 1000.