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About Us: City of Bayswater Recreation

Welcome to the City of Bayswater, a vibrant community in Perth, Western Australia, dedicated to providing outstanding recreational facilities for residents and visitors. Our commitment to promoting an active and healthy lifestyle is evident through our premier recreational centres: The RISE, Bayswater Waves, Maylands Waterland, and Morley Sport and Recreation Centre.

The RISE Recreation Centre: Situated in the heart of Maylands, The RISE Recreation Centre is a hub for fitness, leisure, and community engagement. Our center offers a range of modern facilities, including a fully equipped Health Club, group fitness classes, indoor and outdoor sports courts, and creche. Members and visitors enjoy access to diverse programs and services designed to cater to all ages and fitness levels. In addition, The RISE proudly provides a variety of adaptable function spaces, suitable for events of any scale—ranging from large corporate gatherings to intimate meetings. Our modern amenities, catering options, and dedicated team ensure a successful and memorable experience for all attendees.

Bayswater Waves: As one of Perth’s premier aquatic facilities, Bayswater Waves provides a fantastic array of water-based activities for all ages. Our centre boasts indoor and outdoor pools, a waterslide, spa, sauna, and Health Club. Whether you’re seeking swimming lessons, aqua aerobics, family fun, or relaxation, Bayswater Waves offers something for everyone.

Maylands Waterland: Nestled in a picturesque location, Maylands Waterland is a haven for families and children. This water playground features splash pools, shaded areas and picnic spots, offering a refreshing escape during the warmer months.

Morley Sport and Recreation Centre: Morley Sport and Recreation Centre is a multi-purpose facility catering to various sports and fitness activities. With indoor sports courts, a gymnasium, group fitness classes, and community sports programs, the center offers a comprehensive range of opportunities for individuals and teams. Additionally, the Morley Sport and Recreation Centre provides a diverse selection of function spaces suitable for a wide array of events. From large performing arts events to smaller community meetings, the center’s adaptable spaces, modern amenities, and supportive staff ensure the success of every occasion.

At the City of Bayswater, we take pride in our commitment to offering top-notch recreational facilities that enrich the lives of our community members. Whether you’re into fitness, swimming, family fun, or sports, our centers are designed to meet your recreational needs. We invite you to join us and experience the vibrant and diverse world of leisure and fitness our centers have to offer.

*ALL FACILITIES CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY & CHRISTMAS DAY. ANZAC DAY OPENING HOURS TO BE PROVIDED*

Bayswater Waves 

Aquatics

Monday – Friday

5:30am – 8:30pm

Saturday – Sunday, Public Holidays

7:30am – 7:00pm

Gym 

Monday – Friday

5:30am – 9:00pm

Saturday – Sunday, Public Holidays

7:30am – 6:00pm

Morley Sport & Recreation Centre

Courts

Monday – Friday

8:00am – 9:00pm

Saturday – Sunday

8:00am – 6:00pm

Public Holidays

10:00am – 4:00pm

Gym

Monday – Friday

5:30am – 9:00pm

Saturday – Sunday

8:00am – 5:00pm

Public Holidays

10:00am – 4:00pm

Function Spaces 

Monday – Sunday

8:00am – 12:00am

The RISE

Courts 

Monday – Friday

8:30am – 10:00pm

Saturday – Sunday

8:00am – 6:00pm

Public Holidays

9:00am – 6:00pm

Gym

Monday – Friday

6:00am – 9:00pm

Saturday – Sunday

8:00am – 6:00pm

Public Holidays

9:00am – 6:00pm

Function Spaces

Monday – Thursday

7:00am – 10:00pm

Friday

7:00am – 1:00am

Saturday – Sunday

8:00am – 1:00am

Public Holidays

9:00am – 6:00pm

Maylands Waterland Water Features

(running from start of Term 3 Holidays to end of Term 1 Holidays) 

Monday – Sunday

9:00am – 5:00pm

Click here for current vacancies at the City of Bayswater.

  • WA Seniors Card
  • Health Care Card
  • Student Card
  • Veterans Card (see below)*

*Discounts apply to select products and services only. Please enquire with the relevant City of Bayswater service provider for more information.

Here at the City of Bayswater Recreation Facilities, we pride ourselves on our customer service.

Please see the link below for a copy of our Customer Service Charter

City of Bayswater Recreation Customer Service Charter

In November 2019, the Prime Minister and the Minister for Veteran’s Affairs and Defence Personnel announced that Australian Defence Force veterans would be able to access special discounts across the nation via the Australia Defence Veterans’ Covenant.

Bayswater Waves and The RISE fully commit their support towards this initiative, to show their recognition and respect to those who have served.

Eligible Veterans who are issued with a Veteran Card can receive discounts at both Bayswater Waves and The RISE, upon presentation of their card.

Veterans who live within the City of Bayswater catchment area will receive 10% off the Councils adopted fees and charges within our Recreation facilities. Those who are not residents of the City of Bayswater will still receive a 5% discount throughout our two centres.

Bayswater Waves is proud to announce that a brand new state-of-the-art Changing Places facility is now available for eligible patrons at Bayswater Waves.

What are Changing Places?
Changing Places is a secure, clean facility for people with disability who need space and assistance to use the bathroom when out and about in the community. Changing Places are locked using the Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) key system. Using this system helps keep the Changing Places network secure, safe and reserved for people who need them.

Who can access a key?
People with disability who need assistance using a toilet or change facility or people using specialised medical appliances who may need additional time, space or privacy for this equipment can access Changing Places. Facilities will be used by:

  • Family, friends and carers of the person/s with disability who assist the person/s with personal care tasks.
  • Paid support workers who have a client/clients that require assistance with personal care tasks.
  • Disability services organisations whose staff accompany clients that require assistance with personal care tasks in the community.
  • The unpaid carers, family or friends of people who require assistance with personal care tasks.
  • Others approved on a case by case basis by the City.

How can I access a key?
Anyone with a WA Companion Card is eligible for a free MLAK key to access Changing Places. If you have a Companion Card and would like to apply for a Changing Places key please contact the National Disability Service.

Email: wacompanioncard@nds.org.au
Phone: 1800 617 337

In the absence of an MLAK key, facility staff can assist those eligible to gain access.  Proof of eligibility will need to be provided before access is granted.

Are there other Changing Places around the state?
Yes, there are other accredited Changing Places facilities throughout Western Australia, the MLAK key you have will allow you access to all Changing Places in Western Australia. Please visit the website changingplaces.org.au to find information on other Changing Places facilities.

What facilities are in the Changing Places Change Room?
Included in the Changing Places Facility are:

– A Ropox Shower Bed,
– A Guldmann GH3 Ceiling Hoist (please supply your own sling), and
– A Wall Shower.

Operating Instructions For The Guildmann GH3 Ceiling Hoist

SAFE WORKING LIMIT
The maximum safe working limit (SWL) of this hoist is 180kgs. Do not lift persons with body weight greater than 180kgs.

WARNING & CHARGE LIGHT
Off – Hoist is in stand-by mode
Green – Ready for use
Yellow – Low battery/no charge
Yellow & Beeps – Hoist fault. DO NOT USE

STEP 1
Perform a visual safety check of hoist. If damaged DO NOT USE.

STEP 2
Use the hoist hand control to raise/lower the lifting sling hanger (spreader bar) to the required height.
1. Raise 2. Lower

STEP 3
Fit the lifting sling to the person while they are in a seated or lying position.

STEP 4
Attach the sling loops to the lifting hanger. Confirm the slings loops are securely seated within the hanger’s hook before performing a lift.

STEP 5
Confirm that there are no obstruction or restriction that may prevent a safe lift.

STEP 6
Use the hoist hand control to raise/lower and move the person.
1. Raise 2. Lower

STEP 7
Emergency lowering is activated by pulling the red strap once, continuously. Use the emergency lower function in emergencies only.

STEP 8
Reset the emergency function by pressing the yellow reset button.

 

Operating Instructions For The Ropox Changing & Shower Table

SAFE WORKING LIMIT
The maximum safe working limit (SWL) of this hoist is 180kgs. Do not lift persons with body weight greater than 180kgs.

WARNING
This table must only be used for the purpose for which it was designed. Do not play with the table. Children must not operate the table at any time. Perform a visual safety check of the table. If damaged DO NOT USE. Please report damage or malfunction to facility staff.

Please comply with these instructions each time the table is used.

STEP 1
Take care to release the table from the upright folded position. Pull down firmly. Do not raise/lower the table when it’s in the folded position. Clean the table with a sanitising wipe.

STEP 2
Confirm that there is no obstruction or restriction that may prevent the table from moving safely.

STEP 3
Use the hand control to raise/lower the table to the required height.

STEP 4
Raise the side safety rail when the person has been placed on the table. Swivel side rail into position until the latch ‘clicks’ into position. Test side rail is secure. Safety rail should remain in raised position whenever a person is on the table.

NEVER LEAVE A PERSON ON THE CHANGE TABLE UNATTENDED.

STEP 5
After use, clean the table with antiseptic spray and wipes. Please dispose of paper table cover. Table cushioned slats may be removed for a thorough clean.

STEP 6
Lower the side safety rail after use. To release, press the latch lever upward. Return table to upright ‘stored’ position.

Bayswater Waves has received special recognition for their waterwise commitment

Bayswater Waves has been recognised as one of Western Australia’s leading waterwise aquatic centres by earning Platinum waterwise endorsement at a special ceremony hosted by the Water Corporation.

Bayswater Waves were acknowledged for its water-saving efforts as part of Water Corporation’s Aquatic Centre Program, being one of five non-residential water efficiency programs.

Water Corporation Customer and Community General Manager, Karen Willis, congratulated participants in each non-residential waterwise program for their ongoing commitment to water efficiency.

“Every drop of water in Western Australia is precious and it’s up to us all to ensure we use water as efficiently as possible,” Ms Willis said.

“This is why we support and work with a range of non-residential organisations to help them understand their water use and take action to reduce their consumption.

“On behalf of Water Corporation, congratulations to all award recipients at this year’s Waterwise Recognition Event and thankyou for being leaders in the sustainable and efficient use of our most precious resource.”

For more information on Water Corporation’s non-residential water efficiency programs visit www.watercorporation.com.au/Help-and-advice/Waterwise-business-programs

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