Update: Temporary closure of St Marys Indoor Pool

The Ripples St Marys indoor pool is currently closed due to an unexpected failure of the water maintenance systems.

We have identified the cause of the issue and are currently completing repairs. We estimate works will be completed April 2024 and will provide additional updates as they become available.

The outdoor pool, spa, sauna, splash park, gym and Learn to Swim will remain open and operational. Ripples Hydrotherapy Centre and Ripples Penrith are unaffected and remain open.If you are a member and would like to place your account on hold during this time, you can suspend your membership using your Online Member Portal.

To suspend your membership;

  1. Log into your member portal
  2. Locate the membership you would like to freeze - this appears underneath your profile picture
  3. Hover over the membership and three dots will appear in the top right corner
  4. Click on the three dots and click 'freeze'
  5. Enter your membership freeze details and click submit

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there change rooms available while the indoor pool is closed?
Yes! The change rooms are open and operational.

What happens to Learn to Swim?
Learn to Swim will operate from the outdoor pool until the indoor pool reopens. Don’t forget to bring along sunscreen!

What happens to Squads?
Squad swimmers have been emailed directly with the new temporary timetable for each squad level.

Does this affect the hydrotherapy pool?
No - only the main centre St Marys indoor pool is closed.

I prefer to only use the indoor pool - what can I do about my membership?
Membership holds are available if you would prefer to suspend your membership while the indoor pool is unavailable. Please follow the steps listed above to suspend your membership. Full facility members can also downsize their membership to gym only access.

What happens with the free over 65s membrship?
The free over 65s membership also includes Ripples Penrith and Ripples St Marys outdoor pool. As this is a free membership, suspensions are not required if you would prefer to not use the facility while indoor pool is closed - we look forward to seeing you back when the indoor pool reopens.

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Information contained within this page was correct as at Wednesday 24 January 2024
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