As part of Council’s Site Development Strategy for the Warringah Aquatic Centre (WAC), a draft Master Plan has been prepared to provide a graphical representation of the future potential, long term (30 years) layout of the WAC site incorporating the facility elements identified within the study.
Client: Warringah Council
Date: 2012 - Ongoing
Stage 1: Master Planning + Design - Ongoing
- Design, Master Planning & Consultation
- Cost Estimating + Options Analysis
- Stakeholder Engagement
The master plan seeks to provide a true, ‘contemporary’ aquatic and leisure centre destination through the provision of facilities for both wet and dry programs. The facilities will be developed and made available for all ages and abilities, and specifically provide support for competition (regional level), general fitness, recreation and casual use, health, wellness, sports recovery, and leisure.
The facilities maximise the sites potential through the planning and staging strategy. The linkage to the existing 50M pool building particularly creates a dynamic interface supported by the internal gardens and bridges. This new ‘node’ space creates a strong connection of all key facilities and access points within the centre.