Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)
This modern, international-standard sporting venue is the largest integrated sports complex of its type in Australia. The centre, used by both community and elite athletes alike, is where you'll find the Aquatics program. The Aquatics program incorporates events for Elite Athletes with a Disability (EAD).
MSAC is adjacent to the site of the Melbourne Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park. The centre will also host Table Tennis and Squash.
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MSAC has a 25m indoor diving pool with a 14-board Olympic-standard diving tower. This is comprised of seven spring boards and platforms at 1m, 3m, 5m, 7m, and 10m, as well as two half-metre training boards.View the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre venue and seating information.
Since opening in July 1997, MSAC has played host to the Australian Short Course Championship, the Australian Open Championships and the 1998 Commonwealth Games Selection Trials. In November 2004 MSAC will host the 2004 Telstra FINA World Cup, an international short course event.
The new permanent 50m, 10-lane outdoor competition pool being constructed on the MSAC site will add to the impressive list of facilities. Worth over $50 million, the pool will have state-of-the-art technology for conducting world class events.View the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre venue and seating information.
The Synchronised Swimming will be held in the 25m indoor diving pool at MSAC in order to provide the necessary 3m depth for this level of competition.View the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre venue and seating information.Back to top