Updated: 02.08.2020

On Sunday 2 August the Victorian Government declared a ‘state of disaster’ and announced that metropolitan Melbourne will head into Stage Four restrictions from 6.00pm Sunday 2 August.  

We therefore remain closed until further notice. 

Stage Four restrictions mean: 

  • Only one person per household may leave the house to shop for essential items within 5km of home.
  • You may complete one hour of daily exercise within 5km of home with only one other person.
  • A curfew from 8:00pm – 5:00am is in place where you may only leave the home to give or receive care or to go to/from work. 

We know this is disappointing and truly miss seeing you in centre. 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.


Last Updated: 08.07.2020

The Victorian Government announced on Tuesday 7 July that metropolitan Melbourne will return to Stage Three restrictions from midnight Wednesday 8 July. 

In line with the latest government restrictions, we will regrettably be closing our centre from midnight Wednesday 8 July.

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. 

There are now four reasons those who live in metro Melbourne can leave their homes: shopping for food and supplies, care and caregiving, exercise and 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 over the past month. 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.