The City of Armadale is committed to supporting government efforts in response to reducing the spread of the coronavirus and as a further precautionary measure the City has made the decision to close the Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre, and Armadale Arena gymnasium and crèche until further notice effective from midnight 18 March 2020.

We understand that means disruption to many of our loyal customer's routines. Whilst the team at the centre will miss seeing everyone, they are excited to start offering a range of virtual services for people to take advantage of.

Staying active is so important for both mental and physical health, so until the centre is operating as usual, they will be making it easy for everyone to ‘work-in’ from the comfort of their home.

Access virtual workouts on the Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre YouTube channel. Here, the team from AFAC will be uploading a range of 'at home' workouts for you to try. 

Download the free MyWellness app on your mobile and select 'Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre' as your home club, for regular exercise routines ranging in difficulty to suit all fitness levels.

Sign up to Les Mills On Demand to access over 800 Les Mills workout videos. It's free for 60 days by registering at http://link.lesmillsondemand.com/SHhc. Thereafter, a discounted rate of $22.50 per month is payable directly to Les Mills if you wish to access the service. Please note that you'll be asked to provide payments details at sign up, which will only be charged after the free 60 day period. With Les Mills On Demand, you'll have access to the classes you know and love such as BODYPUMP™ and BODYATTACK™. The kids can get active too with BORN TO MOVE™. Classes range in duration and cater for all fitness levels. 

Please read the FAQs below or visit www.armadale.wa.gov.au to stay up to date with what the City is doing during this difficult time.

We encourage everyone to stay up to date with information from the State Health Department: www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/coronavirus

Stay safe everyone.

FAQs - City of Armadale Recreation Facilities

How long will AFAC be closed?

AFAC will be closed for a four week period, after which time the City will review based on advice from the State and Federal governments.

Is AFAC closing because there has been a confirmed case of COVID19?

No, there have been no confirmed transmissions of COVID-19 within our community or workplace. Ref earlier comment re. advice of events with 100 ppl

Will I be charged for my membership/Swim school enrolment whilst the centre is closed?

No, all membership payments will cease for the duration of the closure. Any direct debits, which were processed for a period that falls into the closure will be credited to your membership account once the centre re-opens.

How is my direct debit affected and when will my payments start again?

All direct debits will be put on hold until the centre re-opens. We endeavour to give you as much notice as possible to ensure there are adequate funds in your account when direct debits recommence.

Will I get a refund for the inconvenience?

No, payments taken prior to the closure will not be refunded. Any direct debits, which were processed for a period that falls into the closure will be credited to your membership account once the centre re-opens.

Can I call you to discuss my membership?

Yes, you can contacts our Sales and Membership team on 9394 5850. Due to the high volume of enquiries at the moment we recommend emailing us at info@armadale.wa.gov.au.

Who can I email to discuss my membership?

Our Sales and Membership team can be contacted at info@armadale.wa.gov.au

I put my membership on suspension before you announced the closure, what happens now?

Your membership will remain suspended for the duration of the closure. This will not be included in your total eligible suspension time in a 12 month period.

I cancelled my membership before you announced the closure, what happens now?

If you wish to reinstate your membership, please email us info@armadale.wa.gov.au and we will reinstate it for you free of charge.

How can I cancel my membership?

Please email info@armadale.wa.gov.au and one of our team will be in touch with you.

Will the Armadale Arena be opened?

The Armadale Arena will be closed from noon on Monday 23 March 2020, until further notice.

Do I have to come into the centre to suspend my membership?

No, membership suspensions have been automatically applied.

Can I hire gym equipment to keep fit at home?

Unfortunately this service is not available.  We encourage our community to stay active by accessing AFAC's virtual fitness for regular workouts that can be done at home. 

How can I stay active whilst the centres are closed?

  • Access virtual workouts on the Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre YouTube channel.
  • Download the free MyWellness app on your mobile and select 'Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre' as your home club, for exercise routines ranging in difficulty to suit all fitness levels.
  • Sign up to Les Mills On Demand to access over 800 Les Mills workout videos. It's free for 60 days by registering at http://link.lesmillsondemand.com/SHhc. Thereafter, a discounted rate of $22.50 per month is payable directly to Les Mills if you wish to access the service. Please note that you'll be asked to provide payments details at sign up, which will only be charged after the free 60 day period. Classes range in duration and cater for all fitness levels.