Merredin Regional Community & Leisure Centre

Merredin Regional Community and Leisure Centre is a well-equipped community and leisure centre with programs and activities catering for a wide range of interests, ages and fitness levels. There is ample parking and full disability access.

The world class facilities in the Centre include:

  • Early years indoor playground
  • Indoor heated Hydro-Therapy pool
  • Reception area
  • Functions/Club room with professional bar
  • Commercial kitchen and kiosk area
  • Meeting room
  • 2 synthetic bowling greens
  • Multi-function indoor sports stadium
  • External sports courts and ovals

The Centre is managed by recreation and leisure specialist, Belgravia Leisure. To view the full website, please visit www.merredinleisurecentre.com.au

Contact Details for the MRC&LC

Merredin Regional Community and Leisure Centre:

Email:                    merredin@belgravialeisure.com.au

Phone:                  08 9041 3033

Fax:                       08 9041 3051

Address:              Bates Street, Merredin WA 6415

Centre Manager: Marilyn Sayers
Email:                    msayers@belgravialeisure.com.au

Administration Officer: Robyn Anderson
E-mail:                   randerson@belgravialeisure.com.au          

Grandstand Bar Manager: Hannah de Lacy
E-mail:                   hdelacy@belgravialeisure.com.au               

Opening hours

Merredin Regional Community and Leisure Centre Administration:

Monday to Friday:              8.30am to 4.30pm

Grandstand Bar:

Wednesday to Friday:       4:00pm to close

Saturday and Sunday:        2:00pm to midnight

(Closed Public holidays)

Sponsors

Click this link to be directed to a page acknowledging the organisations and individuals whose sponsorship helped to make the MRCLC a reality:

Recreation Centre Sponsors

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