On Sunday 2 August the Victorian Government declared a ‘state of disaster’ and announced that metropolitan Melbourne will head into to Stage Four restrictions from 11.59pm Wednesday 5 August.
All memberships will remain on suspension or if you have reactivated your membership it will automatically be suspended again.
There are now four reasons those who live in regional Victoria can leave their homes:
We know this is disappointing and we have really enjoyed being able to welcome you back since reopening. 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 well-being 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 that are open from 9:15pm Wednesday 8 July. Those already closed will remain closed.
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. Please note that all memberships will continue to remain on suspension at this time.
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.
Last updated 29.06.2020
The program pool at Casey ARC is now open for use. Bookings are essential as we still have limited capacity within the centre.
At Casey ARC, the following is available:
At Casey RACE, the following is available:
At Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre, the following is available:
Casey Stadium and Berwick Leisure Centre remain closed.
Please be aware that we still have limits on the number of people allowed in the centres at any one time and bookings are essential.
For more information see:
Last updated 22.06.2020
Following the Victorian Government announcement on Saturday 20 June, we are proceeding with our plan to re-open our Health Club on Thursday 25th June with the required capacity restrictions in place.
At this time however we will be delaying the opening of the second pool at Casey ARC (Program Pool) as we seek clarification on opening the two pools at the one time. The shallow end of the 50m pool will remain opened.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is our priority and we continue to follow the advice of government and monitor the situation closely.
When you arrive at the centre for your session please be on time and prepared for your activity (five minutes prior is ideal –please no early arrivals). At this time we ask that you please avoid using showers and change rooms.
If there is any need to queue we ask you please adhere to the 1.5 m social distancing rules and after your session you need to leave the centre promptly.
Importantly, please make sure your contact details are up to date (you can do this at the Centre – please ask a staff member) as we will continue to provide further updates as information develops.
Online and phone bookings will be available as of Tuesday and you must have a confirmed booking before visiting our centre.
For more information see:
Last updated 18/06/2020
WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU AGAIN!
Great news for those of you who have been wanting a gym session or in person group fitness experience. The Victorian State Government have started easing restrictions and we are pleased that we have the opportunity to re-introduce the Gym and Group Fitness Classes at Casey ARC, Casey RACE & Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre as of 25 June.
All membership will remain on suspension at this time and sessions will be a pay as you go model only. No-one will be charged for their memberships. As a member we’re pleased to be able to offer a reduced pay as you go rate.
From Thursday 25 June, services available will be:
· Lap Swimming & Program Pool Access (Casey ARC only)
· Health Cub
· Group Fitness
Lap Swimming & Program Pool Access (Casey ARC Only)
The program pool will open for bookings from Thursday 25th June, in addition to the current lap lane swimming at the shallow end of the 50m lap pool. Patrons are required to remain in their booked space at all times with no swapping between pools. This pool is heated to approximately 33 degrees.
Group Fitness Timetable
We are finalising our timetable and will release a revised Group Fitness timetable via the booking system and our website early next week.
There will be no Personal Training services during this stage of re-opening.
Important information - Health and Fitness services:
Last updated 15/06/2020
We are really excited to be getting closer to welcoming customers back through our doors and appreciate your patience as we work through what Daniel Andrews’ latest government announcement means for us.
This week we will be sharing more information regarding the reopening of our facility. For the most up to date information, please check our webpage or our social media.
Read the latest government restrictions here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/sport-and-exercise-restrictions-covid-19
Last updated 01/06/2020
WE'VE MISSED YOU!
The safety and wellbeing of our members, staff and visitors has always been our number one priority. Since closing our facility due to COVID-19, we’ve reflected on what makes our centre special, and it is you.
We have missed providing you with the opportunity to get active, missed seeing your friendly faces come through the door, missed being part of your health and wellness journey. But the biggest thing we’ve missed is being able to connect with you, face to face, to be able to have a chat and enjoy the sense of community that our centre brings.
Our staff are ready and prepared to return to work. They can’t wait to get back to it, in what will be this ‘new normal’ for the foreseeable future. The way we operate the facility is going to be different to how it was before, with strict safety and hygiene measures in place to ensure everybody feels comfortable and safe. There’s more on this in the below information.
But firstly, we want to express our deep gratitude for your patience and support as we have worked through this challenging time, and to thank you for reaching out over the last few months with questions and concerns for the community at our centre.
While we don’t have every single answer to every single question yet – things are moving so rapidly and we’re working as quickly as possible to provide the right information at the right time – we have provided some of the key information below.
We will continue to update this page as new information comes to light.
REOPEN DATES, HOURS, AND PROGRAMMING
From 1 June, the Victorian Government will allow a gradual easing of restrictions for some fitness, sport and recreation activities. While pools are allowed to reopen with restrictions in place as of Monday, the ONE Casey Leisure and Aquatic Facilities remain closed.
While we know many of you are keen to get back into the pool, the City of Casey have a responsibility to their ratepayers to carefully consider the best spend of their money during this challenging time. The cost to open facilities for a small number of people is significant, the facilities will become much more viable once dry side spaces are able to reopen.
Opening the aquatic and leisure facilities at a later date also allows time to ensure robust systems and processes are in place and staff are fully trained in the complications of operating under these new conditions. While we understand that some facilities are opening earlier, the City of Casey has decided to take a cautious approach to re-opening, given the responsibility to ensure the health and wellbeing of the community during these unprecedented times If community transmission rates continue to remain low, we expect a further easing of restrictions in late June.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
YOUR COVID-SAFE FACILITY
Your safety and the safety of our staff remains our number one priority, particularly throughout this period. Once we do reopen, we will be applying six safety measures to ensure we are COVID-safe and in line with the government’s health advice.
CLEANING AND HYGIENE
Once we reopen, the first thing you will notice when you visit the facilty is hand sanitiser at all entry and exit points, with the expectation that all staff, patrons and visitors sanitise their hands before entering. Hand sanitiser will also be available throughout the facility and in bathrooms.
The entire facility will be cleaned every 24 hours and high touch points, such as doors, toilets and gym equipment, will be cleaned regularly throughout the day.
BOOKINGS AND MEMBERSHIPS
When the facility reopens, it will most likely be at a limited capacity and with restrictions. Therefore, your memberships will not be reactivated until restrictions are further eased and you will be notified before your membership resumes.
PROCESS FOR A CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASE
Our staff have been trained to ensure that when the centre reopens and there is a confirmed case, they have the tools and resources they need to close the facility safely and notify those who were in contact with the infected person.
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