We are excited to be reopening the Health Club and swimming pools you again on Friday 11 June 2021.
BALC will be limited to 50 people in the Centre at any time, so bookings are a must for now.
Changing government restrictions means we can reopen in a limited capacity. This means we can only reopen the Health Club and swimming pools, and spa and steam room with capacity limits, at this stage.
You must register with the Victorian Government app on arrival at the Centre.
Centre passes will be available for $5 per person and will cover both Health Club and swimming sessions. Bookings will be on the hour and sessions will be 55 minutes long. Bookings will open at 12pm on Thursday 10 June.
Bookings must be made online and payment must be made in the Centre on arrival. Bookings can be made 48 hours in advance.
Each person attending the Centre must have their own booking, including children under 5 years and carers.
Important information to know before you arrive
The Health Club and swimming pools at Ballarat Aquatic and Lifestyle Centre (BALC) will reopen on Friday 11 June 2021.
All sessions must be pre-booked before arriving at the Centre.
A Centre Pass will be available for customers to book for $5 (excluding carers and children under 5; however, must still book a place), covering both swimming and the Health Club.
Parents bringing children to swim must book themselves and their kids a place; parents must follow watch around water guidelines.
Carers must book a Centre Pass to comply with restriction number limits; no payment will be needed for carers.
Sessions must be paid for on arrival to the Centre
Customers will receive a booking confirmation via email with information about their booking, how to access the Health Club and what is expected while in the centre.
Sessions will be 55 minutes long with one booking per person, per day at this stage.
All memberships remain suspended.
There will be a maximum of 50 customers allowed in the Centre at one time.
Customers are asked to use the provided wipes to clean their equipment before and after use.
Customers should aim to arrive at the centre five minutes prior to their session time.
Customers are asked to maintain 1.5m physical distance before, during and after their sessions.
Customers must bring a towel. No towel, no workout.
Customers must bring their own drink bottle.
Customers must wear a mask while attending the Centre unless participating in strenuous exercise or swimming.
Centre staff will be regularly cleaning the Centre each day to ensure customers’ safety.
Gymnastics, swimming lessons and group fitness classes remain suspended.
The Café and the Children’s Centre remain closed.