COVID-19 UPDATES

Information regarding closure of One Casey, Aquatic and Leisure facilities.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has yesterday announced that “Victoria will proceed over the next 48 hours to implement a shutdown of all non-essential activity across our state to combat the spread of Coronavirus”. 


As we are considered a non-essential activity, we will therefore close as a result of this directive.

This will be effective from midday, Monday 23 March and until further notice.


This includes Casey ARC, Casey RACE, Casey Stadium, Berwick Leisure Centre, Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre and Doveton Pool in the Park.


Your membership will automatically be placed on free suspension during the time that we are closed, so you won’t be charged and you do not need to contact the centre as this will be applied automatically. 


The health and safety of our staff and customers is our number one priority during the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.  


We can advise that there are no confirmed cases of the virus at the facilities, including staff, members or volunteers. 


We understand how important community facilities are to you as a customer and recognise this is a difficult process for everybody. We apologise for any inconvenience.


ONE Casey will look to suggest ways members and the community can continue keeping active within the home during this period.


We will continue to work with City of Casey Council to ensure we are doing what is best for our community by monitoring the situation very closely and following the advice of the DHHS, so that we can reopen our facility as soon as is practical.


We will remain contactable throughout the closure period should you have any questions and provide updates as they become available. 


In the meantime, you can keep updated via the ONE Casey website and City of Casey Council and Facebook.


For regular updates about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covid-19-daily-update


Please take care of yourselves and others. The sooner we can slow down and stop the spread of coronavirus, the sooner we can return to normality.