Temporary closure of leisure centres and golf course
Wednesday 02 June 2021
In line with Victorian Government circuit breaker restrictions, our leisure centres and golf course will be closed until further notice.
When will our venues reopen?
We will provide you with an update as soon as a reopening date has been confirmed by the Victorian Government.
What happens to my bookings?
All active bookings for any of our services for the period of closure will be cancelled.
We will be applying credits to your online account if you paid for a class online. There is nothing you need to do, the credit will appear in the ‘My Purchases’ section of the online portal.
What’s happening with my membership or visit pass?
All memberships have automatically been paused. You will not be charged for the period of closure.
Direct debit members
Your membership payment was processed on Thursday 27 May and you were not charged for the initial closure period (Friday 28 May to Thursday 3 June).
As the closure has now been extended, we will apply a credit to your account for all additional days of closure.
Your current expiry date will be adjusted to reflect the period of closure.
Direct debit members
Your membership payment was processed on Thursday 27 May and you were not charged for any classes missed due to the initial period of closure (Friday 28 May to Thursday 3 June).
A credit will be placed on your account for any additional classes missed due to the extended period of closure.
Upfront learn to swim students
You will receive a credit for lessons that are missed due to our venue closures. The credits will be automatically applied to your account.
Visit pass holders
Visit pass expiry dates will be extended to cover the period of the closure.
How do I find out more information?
Browse our Road to Reopen hub for our service updates.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our closure, please email us at email@example.com.
Read more on how this affects our other council services.
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