Prices and memberships

Prices and fees

To purchase a season membership or visit pass, please visit the link below.

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Entry prices, 2022/23 season

Adult (17 yrs and over) $6.20
Child (5 - 16 yrs) $4.30
Child under 5yrs (with paying adult) FREE
Full-time Student (ID Required) $4.30
Senior Concession $3.10
General Concession $1.30
Family 4 persons (maximum 2 adults) additional persons at child/adult concession rate

Monthly passes

Adult 1 month
Child (5-16 yrs) 1 month
Pensioner concession 1 month
 Senior card holder / tertiary student 1 month

Season passes

Adult 6 months
Child (5-16 yrs) 6 months
Pensioner concession 6 months
Senior card holder 6 months
Tertiary student 6 months

Wellness by the water programs


Fitness passport

Dawn Fraser Baths accepts Fitness Passport for pool entry. Fitness Passport can also be used for wellness by the water programs.

* Pension Concession Cards, Seniors card and Health Care Cards issued by the Australian Commonwealth Government or NSW or other State Governments, and to the children of holders of these cards, who are listed on the card and accompanied by the card holder.

A Credit card transaction fee of 0.8% applies on all credit card payments

Rules and regulations

The IWCA facility have pride in the presentation and provision of services and facilities to all users. For this reason, the mandatory Rules and Regulations must be adhered to by members and casual users who must maintain a safe, comfortable and enjoyable environment.

Members and casual participants should have respect and consideration for each other while on the facilities premises. Any internal signage displayed around the centre form part of the member and casual user rules and regulations. If a member or casual participant is seen to be in breach of the centre rules and regulations, management reserves the right to expel them from the premises. Management also reserves the right to take further action if deemed appropriate including cancellation of membership.

Dress code

Members and casual participants must be suitably clothed always while on the facility premises. All swimmers must wear bathing suits in the pool for pool hygiene and safety reasons. Clothing other than swimwear can create problems with pool disinfection and filtration systems. Street clothing such as leggings, underwear, t-shirts and jeans should not be worn as they can become heavy when wet and increase the risk of drowning.

Approved swimwear:

  • One and two piece swim suits
  • Swim diapers
  • Swim briefs
  • Swim jammers
  • Board shorts
  • Short and long sleeve rash guards
  • Wetsuits
  • Religious swimwear

Prohibited apparel includes but is not limited to:

  • Non-swim shirts
  • Athletic shorts or pants
  • Running shorts or pants
  • Denim shorts or pants
  • Undergarments
  • Non-swim diapers

Management reserve the right to refuse entry to patrons wearing apparel deemed inappropriate.


Children aged 14 years & under must be supervised by a parent or a guardian who is 16 years or older when using the pool.

The behaviour conduct and safety of any child is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian.

The parent or guardian is liable for any damage caused by the child whilst on the premises.

Management reserves the right to refuse entry to children at its discretion. 


Members and casual participants must observe pool rules as posted at the centre’s entrance and around the centre.

Members and casual participants must shower before swimming in the facility pools.

Food and drink is not permitted in the pool area.

Children aged 14 years & under must be supervised by a parent or a guardian who is 16 years or older when using the pool.

Children under the age of 5 years must be supervised and within ‘arms reach’ of an approved full paying adult always.
Swimmers must adhere to lane direction and restriction when lap swimming.

Lifeguards are an important safety feature but cannot and do not replace the close supervision of children.


Lockers are provided for member and casual users to use at their own risk. While all care is taken to ensure safety of belongings, the facility will not be held liable for any loss, damage or theft of belongings placed in the lockers or brought onto the premises. 


Alcohol, smoking, illegal drugs, weapons and dangerous substances are prohibited on the premises.

Cameras and mobile phones are not permitted to be used within the change rooms. Cameras are not to be used in any other part of the facility without prior permission from the Pool Superintendent.

Damage to property

Any member or casual user who causes damage to equipment or any property of the facility will be held liable for damages. Members and casual users will be held responsible for damage caused by their children.

Operating hours

The operating hours of the facility will be displayed at the centre and on the facility website.

Operating hours for the centre may vary from time to time.

Management may also change the operating times of activities within facility and will endeavour to notify members.

General behaviour

Conduct of users must not be detrimental to the centre or detract from the enjoyment of the centre by other users. Use of offensive language, behaviour that is disruptive, threatening, abusive, rude or intimidating to other users or staff will not be tolerated. Users must follow the instructions of staff always.

The rules and regulations, and the interpretation thereof are subject to change at management’s discretion. All users should ensure that they are familiar with the current rules and regulations applicable at any time.

Management may grant exception to any of the rules and regulations at its discretion. Any exception granted shall not be construed as a waiver of these rights.

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Page last updated: 14 Dec 2022