Drummoyne Swimming Centre is holding its annual community open day on Monday 20th December 2021 between 10am–2pm.
Join us for a fun-filled day by the bay with fun activities for the whole family.
- FREE entry between 10am – 2pm
- Jumping Castle
- BBQ Sausage Sizzle
- Face Painting
- VISIT FROM SANTA CLAUS!
- Music all day
- Chance to win a family visit pass worth over $1,400!
- 10% off all visit passes purchased (one day only)
Bring your family and friends and spend the day at the Swimming Centre with one of the best views in Sydney!
See you there!
The newly renovated bathrooms at Drummoyne Pool are looking great!
A big thank you to the City of Canada Bay Council for upgrading our facilities over the Winter break, including the installation of new diving blocks.
Only two weeks to go until we dip our toes back in the water and make use of the new changing rooms to freshen up.
Visit the Drummoyne Swimming Centre site below for more photos of the new bathrooms.
Thanks to the support of the City of Canada Bay Council and the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Grants Program we are pleased to announce that brand new start blocks have been installed at Drummoyne Pool for our Club.
The Swimming Centre’s bathroom amenities have also been completely renovated. They look amazing and are on track for completion by 1st September 2018, when Drummoyne Pool opens for the 2018/19 season!
Message from Angelo Tsirekas, Mayor City of Canada Bay Council
The City of Canada Bay is investing a total of $350,000 during 2017/18 at the Drummoyne Swimming Centre to ensure the facility continues to meet the needs of all of our customers.
A number of upgrades are already complete, including:
- New glass fence opening up views to the harbour;
- New grassed area;
- Installation of shade sails;
- Painting throughout the facility, including the bottom of the pool; and
- New stairwell balustrades.
In addition, new lockers and an accessible pool hoist will be installed in the coming weeks.
At the completion of the current season (1 May 2018), $250,000 will be spent on refurbishing the male, female, accessible and family changing rooms on level one.
To ensure the new changing rooms meet the needs of all of our users, I invite you to have your say by completing this survey:
Thank you for your support in assisting us to improve this important community facility.
Mayor Angelo Tsirekas
On Tuesday, 15 November 2016, Five Dock Library will be hosting an evening for past and present members of Drummoyne Swimming Club to share their memories and stories of the club.
The stories will be recorded and added to the library’s oral history collection.
All past and present members and friends of the Club are welcome to join us at Five Dock Library from 6pm to 8pm.
The photograph above shows coach Forbes Carlile (wearing a white t-shirt) in the early 1950s coaching young swimmers at Drummoyne Swimming Pool.
Construction of Drummoyne Swim Club’s new $120,000 Club Room commenced on 5th November 2012 and is expected to be completed by the end of January 2013.
Artist’s impression of the new Drummoyne Swim Club Room:
The new Club room will contain:
- a locked storage room for our timing and computer equipment
- glass display cabinets to exhibit Club trophies and memorabilia
- panoramic view of the pool deck from a custom-made judging desk
The “2012 Battle on the Bay” Swimming Carnival will be held between Balmain, Cabarita, Drummoyne, Enfield and Leichhardt Swimming Clubs at 4pm on Saturday 25th February 2012 at Drummoyne Swimming Centre.
The Annual Swimming Club Dinner for parents and members and partners over 18 years will be held in the Water Polo room at Drummoyne Swimming Centre on Saturday 21st March 2009.
See Social Events for further details on this great opportunity to spend a relaxing evening with other members and parents.