Craigieburn ANZAC Park

Hume City Council is building the $48.5 million Craigieburn ANZAC Park development to meet the needs of our rapidly growing community.

Located near the Hume Global Learning Centre - Craigieburn and Craigieburn Central shopping centre, the development spans across more than 12 hectares and is bound by Aitken Boulevard, Marathon Boulevard, Windrock Avenue and Central Park Avenue.

Craigieburn ANZAC Park will be home to a range of facilities including:

• Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre;
• Craigieburn Regional Athletics Centre;
• Craigieburn War Memorial;
• Event space and passive park areas;
• Pathways and playspaces and accessible playground); and
• Car parking and landscaping.

For more information, check out the Craigieburn ANZAC Park Detailed Map (PDF)

Hume City Council is delivering this in partnership with the Australian Government, Victorian Government, Craigieburn Central, Stockland and The Olivia Foundation. 

Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre


Hume City Council is proud to be delivering Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre.
The $35.5 million facility will be located at Craigieburn ANZAC Park on the Corner of Aitken Boulevard and Central Park Avenue. 
Construction is underway and the centre is scheduled to open in the first half of 2017. 
The facility will include: 
  • Two waterslides - the largest will be 14 metres tall
  • Children's Aqua Play Zone 
  • Leisure, toddler and learn to swim pools
  • Warm water pool and spa
  • 50-metre pool
  • Steamroom and sauna
  • 24/7 Gym
  • Group fitness rooms
  • Wellness suites
  • Wet and dry cafe areas


Sign up to win a 12-month family membership

To celebrate the launch of Splash Aqua Park and Leisure Centre, Hume City Council is giving away an awesome membership package for a lucky family for a year!

The prize is for two adults and two children and includes access to swimming pools, water slides, aqua play zone, gymnasium, spa and steam room.

For more info and to enter, complete our online application form.


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Regional aquatic and leisure centre

Construction has commenced on the new regional and aquatic centre at Craigieburn Park and it will open its doors in 2017.

The $32 million complex will host a range of programs and activities and cater for people of all ages and abilities, with facilities including:

• A 50-metre pool;
• Toddler and learn to swim pools;
• Leisure and warm-water pools;
• Program pool, spa, sauna and steam room; 
• Waterslides;
• Gymnasium and group fitness rooms; and
• Cafes and reception areas. 

For more information, check out the: Craigieburn Regional Aquatic and Leisure Centre ground floor plans  (PDF) and Craigieburn Regional Aquatic and Leisure Centre waterslide concept drawing  (PDF). 

Inclusive playspace

Slides, chimes and a carousel are just some of the elements included in the inclusive playspace that’s planned for Craigieburn Park.

The design plans include a sand pit, group swing, arbour tunnels and a cubby house, as well as ropes, a play cone and bells.

Hume City Council will deliver the playspace in partnership with the Touched by Olivia Foundation, which was founded by John and Justine Perkins in the memory of their daughter, Olivia, who passed away from a rare illness.

The Victorian Government has contributed $600,000 towards the playspace.

See designs of the inclusive playspace here: Inclusive_Playspace_-_Craigieburn_Park.pdf

Complete our survey for your chance to win

For your chance to win a 3-month membership to the new aquatic and leisure facility at Craigieburn Park, complete our short survey.

Regional athletics facility

Construction of the regional athletics facility has commenced and is due for completion in mid 2016.

The complex has been developed to be of regional competition standard and aim to encourage greater participation in sport and recreation within our City.

Naming the park

Thank you to everyone who provided Hume City Council with their thoughts on whether Craigieburn Park should be officially named Craigieburn ANZAC Park. 

A decision regarding the name of the park will be made in the near future and will be published on this page when details are known.

Subscribe to Craigieburn Park e-news

Are you interested in receiving information regarding the Craigieburn Park, in particular the regional aquatic and leisure centre? Subscribe to Craigieburn Park e-newsletter mailing list by completing the details below to receive monthly information via email. You will receive your first e-newsletter in December 2015.  

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Downloadable files 

Check out our detailed floor plan of the facility: 


Check out the map of the Craigieburn ANZAC Park precinct: 



Updated : 9:07 AM, 8 July 2016

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