Active Moreland COVID-19 Centre Updates

Last updated  07/09/2020

On Sunday 8 September Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced the Metropolitan Melbourne's pathway to 'COVID Normal' for work, education and living.

Here are some key points if you missed it:

From Monday 14 September

  • Stage Four restrictions are extended 2-weeks
  • Curfew is extended to 9 pm - 5 am
  • Exercise 2 hours per day 
  • Playgrounds reopen 

More information can be found here. 

Our team will be working through the detail of the plan and what it means for our centres, and more importantly, you. We thank you for your patience and support as we work toward welcoming you all back.

As you know safety of the community is and always will be our number one priority, especially throughout this pandemic. We will continue making decisions in line with government restrictions and with your health and safety front of mind.

As more information becomes known we will provide further updates regarding the staged reopening of our centres. 

We know this is disappointing and truly miss seeing you in centre. 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.  

All memberships will remain on suspension during this time.

In the meantime, keep active through Virtual Y

Virtual Y is a free digital platform giving you access to a range of online classes, recipes and activates for the whole family. 

To keep up to date with the latest advice from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

Sunday 7 Sept Premier Daniel Andrews announced the Mapping Metropolitan Melbourne's pathway to 'COVID Normal' for work, education and living. Active Moreland Aquatic and Leisure Centres will remain closed until further notice. Memberships will continue to remain on suspension during this time. To read more click on our news page.