Updated: 15.09.2020

Today the Victorian Government announced regional Victoria will be moving to Step Three of the COVID-19 Roadmap to Reopening from 11.59pm Wednesday 15 September.

We are working towards reopening, however we will not be reopening our facilities at this time. We appreciate your patience while we work through what each step of the COVID-19 Roadmap means for you and for our centre.

We will continue to monitor announcements and make decisions in line with government restrictions, and with your health and safety front of mind. Please continue to check this page for the latest information regarding reopening dates.

Updated: 06.09.2020

Today Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced the ‘steps toward COVID normal’ for Victoria. Our team will be working through the detail of the ‘steps toward COVID normal’ and what it means for our centre, and more importantly, you. We thank you for your patience and support as we work toward welcoming you all back.

As you know safety of the community is and always will be our number one priority, especially throughout this pandemic. We will continue making decisions in line with government restrictions and with your health and safety front of mind.  As more information becomes known we will provide further updates regarding the staged reopening of the centre.

Updated: 06.08.2020

On Sunday 2 August the Victorian Government declared a ‘state of disaster’ and announced that regional Victoria will head into to Stage Three restrictions from 11.59pm Wednesday 5 August. 

In line with these latest government restrictions, our Centre is now closed until further notice.

If you have made a booking to visit the centre after the closure date, you will receive a full refund for your booking. Please allow us some time to process these refunds.  

All memberships will remain on suspension or if you have reactivated your membership it will automatically be suspended again.  

There are now four reasons those who live in regional Victoria can leave their homes:  
  • Shopping for food and supplies 
  • Care and caregiving 
  • Exercise 
  • Study and work (if you can’t do it from home) 

We know this is disappointing and we have really enjoyed being able to welcome you back since reopening. But the government is making decisions with the best interests of our community in mind, and we must all work together to reduce the spread.  

To find out more about COVID-19, please visit the DHHS website (www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus). We will provide further information as new information comes to light.  

To help you stay connected, we have launched Virtual Y, which has a range of online fitness, youth and wellbeing content available for free, including Les Mills fitness on demand videos.