Important Information - FACILITY CLOSED
Following the media statement issued by the Prime Minister on the 22nd of March, we closed the facility at 12 pm, 23 March 2020 until further notice.
Customer Call back Request
As you might be aware, we are experiencing unprecedented levels of enquiries. We are trying our best to keep up with the influx of calls and appreciate your patience at this time. We will endeavour to contact you as soon as practical.
Welcome to Smithton Wellbeing Indoor Recreation & Leisure
Opened 11 May, 2019
The new Smithton Wellbeing Indoor Recreation and Leisure centre is located in Smithton, North-West Tasmania. Residing on the northern side of the Smithton Sports Centre bounded by Grey Street, Gibson Street and Nelson Street.
This state-of-the-art wellbeing and leisure facility includes a six-lane 25-metre indoor swimming pool, a program pool and aquatic play area for the kids to enjoy. Services include swimming party options, kiosk, group fitness classes and aqua aerobics programs.
The centre also offers progressive GOswim swimming lessons. Delivering students with a new and effective way of learning how to swim. Inspiring students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational swimming. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully accredited Austswim teachers.
We look forward to welcoming you to the centre and providing you with the best wellbeing and leisure experiences possible!
We are currently closed.
Please keep up to date with us on our Facebook page and via our member emails.
Learn more about COVID-19 closures
Improve your fitness and become a part of the community by joining our popular group fitness classes. We have an extensive range of classes including AquaFit, Spin, Chi-flow and Teen Active.
Latest News VIEW ALL NEWS
Long Weekend Ideas
Our next long weekend in fast approaching! It is going to be a little different to those in the past and you might be struggling for ideas of what to do within the current Covid-safe regulations, so we have some ideas for you!
Best Ways to Get Incidental Exercise
Every day you do incidental exercise without knowing it. When you walk rather than drive or take two flights of stairs instead of the lift, you’re actually exercising. Just by doing a bit more so that it adds up to 30 minutes a day, you get many of the benefits of formal exercise.
Telehealth is now available
Our team of exercise physiologists are now offering video conference consultations for those requiring treatment, education and a rehabilitation plans for injuries and illness.
Why Is Sitting So Bad?
Research has indicated that sitting for prolonged periods can be bad for your health. The more hours you spend sitting daily, the greater the risk of metabolic problems. It is easy to find simple activities to keep moving throughout the day