Senior’s Memberships at Eltham

Senior’s Memberships at Eltham

The Eltham Leisure Centre supports senior’s health and wellbeing with a range classes and social activities throughout the year with our Active Movers range of classes.

Active Movers classes are safe, fun and great for beginners. Classes include easy to learn low impact cardiovascular exercise, strength and stretching activities. Each class varies and can use steps, resistance bands, weights, balls, abdominal exercises and stretching, giving you a whole-body workout.

Your current class timetable can be found here:


Active Movers Christmas Luncheon:

We are very excited to bring you our annual Christmas Luncheon in 2020.

Where: Ballara Receptions, 1435 Main Road, Eltham 3095

What: Two course meal and tea and coffee

When: Wednesday 16th December, 11:30 am – 3:00 pm

Cost: $42 per person

RSVP: Friday 11th December

How to book: Please visit Eltham Leisure Centre reception or email [email protected]  You will need to provide your name, contact number, preferred class and dietary requirements.


Your Nillumbik MOVES App

Get access to workouts, challenges, exercise tracking and more with Nillumbik MOVES, your Nillumbik Leisure Facilities app.

If you haven’t downloaded the Nillumbik MOVES app yet just head to:
Apple App Store
Android Google Play

Technology Help

If you are needing assistance understanding our new Nillumbik MOVES app, being ready to book online classes at any of our Nillumbik Leisure Facilities (NLF), or general help with using certain programs you can contact the Be Connected volunteer team at the Living and Learning Centre. Please call 9433 3744 to make an appointment with Carey, Siobhan and Richard. They will call back using a private number, so please pick up (ensuring its at your scheduled time).

Matilda is the Community Activation and Social Isolation (CASI) Officer at Nillumbik Council and she is also available by phone to support you to get onto Facebook or Zoom – her number is 9433 3144. Matilda’s role is for anyone who would benefit from being connected in their local community and linked into practical, emotional or social support. This can include food relief, running errands, well-being check ins… no ask is too big or small.