Whilst the NSW government is slowly lifting restrictions, capital works will now take place at the Mosman Swim Centre meaning an opening will be September at the earliest.
Work has begun on the Mosman pool renovation! The pool has been drained, checked and a lot of the pool deck tiles have been removed. The changing rooms have also been stripped out ready for the new fit-out to begin.
Works are on track and we are looking forward to reopening with a fantastic facility with brand new upgraded changing facilities and pool surrounds.
Earlier last month BlueFit in partnership with Mosman City Council re-scheduled capital works to occur in November to occur during this winter. We are excited to confirm the works will continue tomorrow, Friday 19th June 2020 and we are aiming for a re-opening in September 2020 if all goes to plan.
We will continue to keep you updated on the works through our website and email. Looking forward to seeing you then!
We hope you’re all doing well during this time. Whilst the NSW Government is slowly lifting restrictions and we may soon open on limited services, the Mosman City Council are using the closure / restricted period as an opportunity to complete some capital works projects onsite.
These were originally scheduled by council in partnership with BlueFit for November to January, however with many staff covered by JobKeeper, we feel the right decision has been made to bring them forward. We’ll keep you updated during the works, which will include change room renovations and re-tiling throughout the venue. We hope to be open in September or October this year.
Due to government restrictions on public indoor swimming pools in New South Whales, we remain closed at the moment. We’re aware some services may be permitted, however we need to both ensure the facility can operate viably, and that we have taken into account planned capital works. We will keep you updated.
As of 12pm Monday 23rd March, Mosman Swim Centre will close until further notice. All class payments and memberships will be put on hold and visit passes will be extended by 12 months. We’d like to thank the amazing team that bring you the services you love, this will be a difficult time for them and their families. We look forward to seeing you all again when we reopen
Extension of Visit Pass Expiry:
During these unprecedented times involving coronavirus (COVID-19), we understand that many of you may be choosing to self-isolate and therefore unable to attend the facility.
To help make this time easier for you and ensure your visits don’t go to waste, we have made the decision to extend the visit pass expiry on current passes by one year.
All extensions will automatically be applied to your account.
We look forward to seeing you at the facility soon!
All absences need to be marked 14 days before but no less than 2 hours prior to the lesson. Once you mark yourself absent this can not be changed.To access a make up lesson you must first mark yourself absent.
You are entitled to one make up lesson per calendar month, per booking.
Make up lessons must be booked within 30 days of the marked absence. You will be able to book up a make up 7 days ahead of the class time.
When moving or changing your booking all make ups are reset and any future make ups no longer applicable.
If a make up lesson is missed or not booked in, this lesson will be forfeited. Make up lessons are subject to program availability. We do not guarantee you will be able to book a make up at a time you desire or that a place will be available. Make up lessons are non-refundable and not transferable.
Absences can now be marked 8 weeks in advance but no less than 2 hours prior to the lesson. One you mark yourself absent this can not be changed. To access a make up lesson you must first mark yourself absent.
You are entitled to 12 make up lessons per calendar year. This will allow for multiple make ups to take place in the same month.
You will now have 3 months to book your make ups. You will be able to book a make up 2 weeks in advance.
You have the ability to access make ups owing on previous bookings provided they meet the above criteria and your customer account is not in arrears.
This policy remains unchanged.
It is important to note that these changes are temporary as the situation seems to be changing daily.
BlueFit Swimming has safety as it’s first priority and the employment of our thousands of staff close behind. We ask that families chose to process these additional make-up lessons rather than cancel their lessons. Swimming remains an essential skill and the risks remain low.
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Dear members & patrons,
We understand that with so much information relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) going around in the media, you may have concerns about how the situation is being managed at Mosman Swim Centre, as a large public facility.
Please understand that the safety, health and well-being of our customers and staff is always our top priority. Our centre continues to be a public facility and workplace that remains safe to attend.
At this point we will be remaining open during our regular hours and classes will not be impacted.
We want you to feel confident when you’re using our facilities. We have and will continue to put in place a number of proactive measures to protect customers and staff well-being:
If you are returning from any of the affected countries, you should follow the advice of the Australian Government’s Department of Health as set out on their website.
Regular updates will be placed on this website.
Chlorinated water has a long documented history of preventing the spread of viruses, however it is important to maintain good personal hygiene at all times. This includes:
We believe that regular exercise is important to maintain a healthy life and support proper immune function. It is therefore important to provide you with a safe and clean training environment.
In addition adopting a thorough cleaning and sanitising regime within the facility, we also encourage you to:
It’s important that we all practice safe hygiene practices during this time. This includes:
We believe our staff and the communities we service are our family and we hope that everyone continues to behave and treat each other with the respect and dignity they deserve.
We are monitoring the situation closely, and should it be necessary to provide members with further communication, we will contact you via email, and if necessary via SMS. We also encourage casual users to visit our website regularly.
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We have and will continue to put in place a number of proactive measures to protect customers and staff well-being:
Staff have also been briefed on updated hygiene practices to minimise the risk to themselves and customers.
In the event of a confirmed case within the facility we will be guided by the Department of Health on our next steps. Please click here for regular updates.
If you come in contact with someone who has recently returned from one of the countries identified and you suspect they may have coronavirus we ask that you do not attend the facility for 14 days.
Yes. Chlorinated water has a long documented history of preventing the spread of viruses, however it is important to maintain good personal hygiene at all times. This includes:
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