Eltham Leisure Centre to Re-open 6.00pm, Friday 29th October

With Victoria taking its biggest step forward yet, a significant easing of restrictions from 6pm this Friday (29 October) means that all of our programs and services will return and we can all get back to enjoying the things we love most.

Our path back to normal is an exciting one, with our team putting together the following information to support your safe return:

OUR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES PATHWAY

  • Gym / Health Club reopens during staffed hours only from 6pm Friday 29 October. 24/7 will be unavailable in this phase of restriction easing.
  • Group Fitness returns from Saturday 30 October. As their may be some initial changes to our group fitness timetable please check your Member Portal and Nillumbik Moves App for the most up to date information. Classes can be booked 24 hours in advance for members, 2 hours for casual visitors.
  • Aquatics all indoor pools, spa, steam and sauna open from 6pm Friday 29 October
  • Swim School returns to the water from Saturday 30 October (with all existing students to be sent an email with further details)
  • Stadium reopens at 6pm Friday 29 October to casual shooters
  • Creche reopens Wednesday 3rd November, with bookings being taking from 6pm Friday 29th October, 9439 2266.
  • Memberships reactivated (with all existing members to be sent an email with further details)

STAY SAFE SETTINGS – Please remember that while our team don’t make the rules, we are required to follow them and thank you in advance for your understanding:

  • Capacity limits will now be based on density quotients of 1 in 4sqm indoors and 1 in 2sqm outdoors.
  • Vaccination requirements at all facilities require persons aged 16 years or older to be fully vaccinated or exempt to enter (this includes all our staff). Currently we are not permitted to store your vaccination information, and this must be shown each time you visit.
  • Contact tracing is still required at all venues, with QR codes remaining the preferred method.
  • Face masks must continue to be worn indoors only (and only removed if exercising or swimming), while you strongly encouraged to wear one in outdoor settings where safe social distancing cannot be maintained.

It’s been a long and at times challenging road to get here, but as a community we can be incredibly proud of what we have achieved together. With our centres now springing back to life, we can’t wait to see you soon and enjoy a summer of fun together once again – let the fun begin!