Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre, Bentleigh
(3.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Overpriced, overcrowded and under-managed - seems management is more interested in making money from swimming lessons than making lap lanes available to members and the public. When I asked why more t...  more »
  • great facilities,as new facility,well maintained and clean.waterslides,indoor and outdoor pools for lap swimmers and recreationgreat kids play area pool called pirates cove and its huge,inflateable ob...  more »
  • My husband & I decided to take our two young grand children for a swim on Sunday morning to the Gesac. They are 3 & 4 yr olds. We pay and enter, the place is packed with people we don't get told that ...  more »
Google
  • Quite pricey, however generally pretty good. Although the majority of the time it's pretty crowded as they have classes basically every single week night. The staff are pretty good, although it is disappointing that it's always pretty packed. I wouldn't recommend it for everyone. Still a lovely environment and the classes for adults are pretty engaging
  • Overpriced, overcrowded and under-managed - seems management is more interested in making money from swimming lessons than making lap lanes available to members and the public. When I asked why more than 1 indoor lane for public and lap swimmers cannot be made available, I was questioned why I was putting my interests ahead of childrens' safety, and I was told to simply use other facilities if those I had joined for were unavailable. Incredible given that the swimming lesson lanes are often signed as such, however, not used, and that the densities of swimming pupils per lane is about a third of the sole public lane.
  • Great facilities and staff were helpful and kind. It's true about the narrow and small leisure lane in the pool as the rest are closed for swimmers who are usually kids anyway. Still had great fun anyway and would recommend over Monash clayton pools.
  • Great for families with young kids... I wouldn't be going there if I was going solo though.... It is a bit pricey for lessons but the standard of kids lessons is high imo.
  • It's a nice pool complex, but has many drawbacks especially if you are an novice or unconfident swimmer wanting to use the 25m indoor pool. The 50m outdoor pool is very pleasant in summer, and if you're prepared to swim outside in winter (it is heated) it's not too crowded. A lot of the times I've been there was only one lane for public lap swimming indoors because the rest was being used for swimming lessons. This one lane is pretty narrow with barely enough room to pass doing freestyle let alone breaststroke, so you end up continually being kicked either by the faster swimmers or by kids playing in the adjacent aqua-play lane, or painfully hitting the lane rope floats with your hands and feet because of kids leaning on the lane rope. Also, on the weekends the toddler pool is often closed off for private parties so the 25m pool ends up with nappy clad toddlers in it. Baby poo on the hand rails - big turn off.