Address: 473 Stirling Road (148948)

Contact No: 6473 7269

Operating Hours: 8.00am – 9.30pm (Mon, Tue, Thur – Sun), 2.30pm – 9.30pm (Wed)

Opening Date: 2 Jan 1970

Facilities Type: 1 Competition Pool, 1 Teaching pool, 1 Wading pool, 1 Diving Pool

Seating Capacity: 270

Parking Facilities: 18 (Car)

Entrance Fee:

Adult – $1.00Adult – $1.30
Children – $0.50Children – $0.70
Senior Citizen – $0.50Senior Citizen – $0.60


What’s Nearby:
Queenstown MRT Station (0.49 km)
Blk 42 (B11151) Bus Stop (0.21km)
Anchorpoint Shopping Centre (0.91 km)
Queensway Shopping Centre (0.97 km)
IKEA Alexandra (1.04 km)
Holland Road Shopping Centre (1.7 km)


Queenstown Swimming Complex opened its doors to the public on 2nd January 1970. Just like its name stated, the swimming complex is a 10 minutes walk from Queenstown MRT station. Although it may be an older swimming complex compared to the more recent ones, it still consists of the 3 usual pools plus an additional diving pool. The diving pool is used for more advanced training, which involves diving into the pool with proper execution. The rest of the pools such as the wading pool, the teaching pool and the competition pool remains the same just like any other complex. For students, lessons will normally be conducted in either the teaching pool or the competition pool. The competition pool is actually an equivalent to the 50m Olympic size pool.

For parents who are waiting for their child’s lesson to end, you might want to consider visiting Anchorpoint Shopping Centre. You will definitely be able to spend your time wisely there. The shopping centre consists of numerous eateries, hair salons and fashion shops. If you need to top up your daily supplies, Cold Storage supermarket is there. For more details on the store directory, you can check it out from here. Also, if you’re looking to refurbish your home, have no fear as IKEA is just across the road from Anchorpoint Shopping Centre.

As Queenstown Swimming Complex is one of the few swimming complexes with a diving pool, many advanced training takes place here. Majority takes place over the weekends and some on weekdays. It may not be as popular as some of the more recently established pools, but it still has its fair share of human traffic, especially on the weekends when there are more lessons being conducted. Hence, if you are looking to practice and enhance your strokes and techniques, it would be wiser for you to do so on a weekday when you get to move about more freely. Do bear in mind that on Wednesdays, the swimming complex only opens at 2.30pm, so be sure to plan your schedule accordingly.