SPA, Sauna & Steam Room

Beatty Park offer full access to the Spa, Sauna and Steam room with ALL MEMBERSHIPS!

Enjoy a relaxing finish to your workout with Beatty Park’s spa, sauna or steam room. Located in North Perth, our leisure centre is centrally located for all your needs. Please note that this is a 16 year and older area that is only for the comfort and enjoyment of members. To become a member, contact our team today.

Casual Entry Prices 

Adult  $12.00
Student  $10.50
Pensioner/Senior  $8.50

Opening hours

Please note that the spa area opens at the same time as the pools and closes 15 minutes before the rest of the Centre. Opening hours


The therapeutic benefits of a sauna, spa or steam room have been recognised for thousands of years. It is traditionally recommended that you first sauna, then shower before entering the steam room. We also recommend showering before you enter the spa. This cycle can be repeated.


The sauna is a dry heat that’s best enjoyed between 70-90 degrees. This type of heat increases the body's core temperature. Sweating is encouraged which releases impurities from the skin and pores. Humidity in the dry sauna is set less than 5%..

Beatty Park Leisure Centre's sauna is of cedar wood construction. We ask that you sit on a towel in the sauna. It is recommended to stay in the sauna only as long as you feel comfortable. Leave the heat to cool down and have a shower.


Shower before entering the steam room. Set at 40 degrees, the steam room offers a lower temperature heat with relative humidity set at 100%. The steam room helps to defoliate dead skin cells and remove skin impurities from the bodies surface. We recommend that you take a towel to sit on when in the steam room. We also ask that you shower before entering the spa or returning to the sauna.


Always shower before entering the spa to remove surface dirt and sweat. Sit or lay and relax in the warm water. Temperatures vary but are generally between 35 and 38 degrees. Let the jets massage your muscles.

People generally have a preference for either sauna or steam room use. Utilizing all three is the best way. Remember not to stay in any of the facilities if you feel uncomfortable at any time. It is recommended that you replace lost fluids by drinking plenty of water. Carbonated drinks should be avoided.

For people with any of the following conditions, high blood pressure, pregnancy and heart conditions, these facilities are not recommended.

For more information on our memberships including sauna, spa and steam room use, contact our North Perth fitness centre today.