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Leanyer Recreation Park

Wet playground upgrades

Upgrades are expected to be completed by late October to early November 2022.

Leanyer Water Park

The Leanyer Recreation Park includes the following features:

  • free entry
  • water park
  • swimming pool
  • children’s paddling pools
  • water playground facility
  • 3 water slides 14m tall and over 100m long
  • an all-abilities playground
  • skate park
  • basketball court with floodlights
  • cycling path
  • shaded gas barbecues and picnic areas.

You can't reserve barbecues, shaded areas and tables. These are available on a first in first served basis.

The park facilities are open during the following times.

Grassed area and barbecues

  • 7 days a week - 9am to 6pm

Lake and wet play area

  • Monday and Tuesday - closed for maintenance during school term
  • Wednesday to Sunday - 10am to 6pm

Water slides

  • Monday and Tuesday - closed for maintenance during school term
  • Wednesday to Friday - 2pm to 6pm
  • Saturday to Sunday - 11am to 6pm
  • School holidays and public holidays - 11am to 6pm

Public holidays

The park is closed on the following public holidays:

  • Good Friday
  • Anzac Day - open after 1pm
  • Christmas Day.

310 Vanderlin Drive
Leanyer NT 0812

A bus stop is close to the park on Vanderlin Drive.

You must follow the following rules at Leanyer Recreation Park:

  • pets, smoking and alcohol are not allowed
  • parents and guardians must supervise their children at all times and be dressed ready to enter a pool
  • children under 10 years must be supervised by a person over 16 years old
  • a parent or guardian must be within arms' reach of children 5 years old and under
  • children aged 6 to 10 years old must be supervised
  • children aged 11 to 14 years old should be regularly checked on by parents going to where they are in or around the water
  • a child must be at least 110cm tall to ride on the water slides
  • pregnant women should not ride the water slides.

Active supervision

You must ensure you actively supervise children and take full responsibility for their safety in the water.

Active supervision consists of 4 key elements:

  • be prepared - ensure you have everything you need before getting into the water eg. towels and dry clothes
  • be close - always be within arms' reach of your child
  • all of your attention - focus all of your attention on your child by getting into the pool and playing with them
  • all of the time - you should never:
    • leave your child alone in the water or in the care of an older child
    • assume that your responsibility diminishes due to the presence of lifeguards.

Contact

Find relevant contacts in the table below.

ServiceContact
Event booking enquiries - if you have more than 20 peopleP: 08 8985 6588
E: surf@lifesavingnt.com.au
Maintenance or trade enquiriesP: 0429 445 052
E: waterparks@akrongroupnt.com.au
Other enquiriesE: venues.sportrec@nt.gov.au

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Last updated: 14 September 2022

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