Get ready to move!

Published on 19 June 2020


Mornington Peninsula Shire’s recreational centres in Mornington, Somerville and Hastings are reopening to members and the public from Monday 22 June as Coronavirus restrictions are set to ease further.
Our recreational centres were closed to the public on Tuesday 17 March. During the closure, the Shire have undertaken a range of works at the facilities, including refurbishing the steam room, replacing wet decks around pools and replacing heating, ventilation and air conditioning at Pelican Park Recreational Centre. A hoist has been installed to enable people with disabilities to access the spa and all the pools. Major refurbishment of the change rooms will soon commence and the new change rooms will be ready to open mid-August.
At Somerville Recreation Centre the floor at all four courts have been sanded and polished and at Civic Reserve Recreational Centre painting and other minor repairs have been completed.
Mayor, Councillor Sam Hearn said, “many in our community have missed going to the gym and we are excited to reopen our recreational centres to the community and showcase the improvements we have made. To ensure every fitness enthusiast can enjoy a safe return, please make sure you keep your distance from other people and continue to practise good hygiene. If you are feeling unwell, it is important that you stay home”.
Belgravia Leisure will be taking bookings for members and the public for group fitness classes, the gym, swimming in the 25m pool, stadium programs and sports training. To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our members and staff each area will be closed for short periods throughout the day for sanitisation and cleaning.
For more information or to book a training session, visit   
Civic Reserve Recreational Centre: 5975 0133
Pelican Park Recreational Centre: 1300 850 197
Somerville Recreational Centre: 1300 850 197

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