Renaming our Leisure Centre Facilities

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Moonee Valley City Council (Council) has a community vision of building a healthy city for 2040. With the impacts of Covid-19, it has never been more important that we promote the health benefits of exercise to invest in the long-term health of our community.

As part of the MV2040 Strategy Council has identified that it will introduce consistent branding across all leisure centre facilities. The consistent and improved branding will create greater awareness of Council's programs and services, encouraging healthy lifestyle choices and promote residents to be active, physically, mentally and socially. Therefore Council is proposing to rename four leisure centre facilities. The proposed names have been chosen in accordance with the location and service available.

This work commenced prior to Covid-19, however efforts to encourage community access and awareness of our facilities are as important now as ever. We have seen exercise participation drop significantly due to restrictions, with 44% of Australians exercising less than before the lockdown, making this health promotion work a part of supporting our community's physical and mental health during the recovery period.

The facilities Council is proposing to rename and the proposed names are as follows:


Current nameProposed name
Facility #1East Keilor Leisure CentreKeilor East Aquatic & Fitness
Facility #2Queens Park Swimming PoolQueens Park Aquatic
Facility #3Riverside Golf CourseRiverside Golf & Sports
Facility #4Ascot Vale Leisure CentreAscot Vale Aquatic & Fitness


The community consultation closed on 18 July 2020. Thank you for providing feedback about the proposed names for the Leisure Centres. The feedback is currently been analysed and findings will be reported on this page shortly.

Moonee Valley City Council (Council) has a community vision of building a healthy city for 2040. With the impacts of Covid-19, it has never been more important that we promote the health benefits of exercise to invest in the long-term health of our community.

As part of the MV2040 Strategy Council has identified that it will introduce consistent branding across all leisure centre facilities. The consistent and improved branding will create greater awareness of Council's programs and services, encouraging healthy lifestyle choices and promote residents to be active, physically, mentally and socially. Therefore Council is proposing to rename four leisure centre facilities. The proposed names have been chosen in accordance with the location and service available.

This work commenced prior to Covid-19, however efforts to encourage community access and awareness of our facilities are as important now as ever. We have seen exercise participation drop significantly due to restrictions, with 44% of Australians exercising less than before the lockdown, making this health promotion work a part of supporting our community's physical and mental health during the recovery period.

The facilities Council is proposing to rename and the proposed names are as follows:


Current nameProposed name
Facility #1East Keilor Leisure CentreKeilor East Aquatic & Fitness
Facility #2Queens Park Swimming PoolQueens Park Aquatic
Facility #3Riverside Golf CourseRiverside Golf & Sports
Facility #4Ascot Vale Leisure CentreAscot Vale Aquatic & Fitness


The community consultation closed on 18 July 2020. Thank you for providing feedback about the proposed names for the Leisure Centres. The feedback is currently been analysed and findings will be reported on this page shortly.