Our reopening roadmap confirmed

Friday 29 October 2021

We’re so thrilled to announce that all our services will be returning over the next couple of weeks!  

Here are the important dates:

Saturday 30 October

Fitzroy spa, sauna, steam room and change rooms open. Bookings no longer required (yay)! 

Monday 1 November

The gym at Fitzy reopens for individual workouts only. Walk-ins only. 

Friday 5 November

All gyms, pools, spas, saunas reopen for workouts, lap swimming etc. Walk-ins only.  

Monday 8 November

  • Swimming lessons return.
  • Group Exercise classes return at all centres. Bookings and walk-ins. 

*Please note, on the Melbourne Cup public holiday, Tuesday 2 November, Fitzroy will be open from 8am to 6pm.  

What’s happening with memberships? 

Memberships will be reactivated on Monday 15 November, that means until then they are paused, and you will pay as you go.  

The first direct debit will occur on Thursday 25 November and we'll be answering all your questions about membership reactivation when we have more information. 

While memberships are paused for the next couple of weeks, our reduced member prices will remain: 

  • Swim: $4.40 (full), $2.60 (concession)
  • Gym and classes: $8 (full), $4.80 (concession) 

What about swimming lessons? 

We're so excited to share that swimming lessons will be returning for a shortened 6 week term on Monday 8 November at all centres.  

All currently enrolled swim school students have received an email with everything they need to know.  

Please note: we are only accepting new students for Term 4 at Fitzroy Swimming Pool.

For more information please visit our Return Term 4 webpage or email us at [email protected]

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 protected]

Read more on how this affects our other council services

Get the latest coronavirus information 

You can find the latest official information about COVID-19 by visiting the Department of Health and Human Services. This is your best source for regular updates and the steps to take if you think you’re at risk. 

For information about COVID-19 in your language, visit Translated resources - coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

If you suspect you may have contracted COVID-19, call the dedicated 24/7 coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 for advice. Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only. 


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