GSAC re-opening with roadmap restrictions

Due to the State Government’s COVID-19 roadmap, The Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre (GSAC) will be opening from Monday, 11 October with restrictions put in place for some people, depending on their COVID-19 vaccination status.

These changes must be implemented, and Council acknowledges that some people may not have had the opportunity to get their first and/or second vaccination, while others have chosen not to get vaccinated.

Those wanting to access GSAC must show proof of double COVID-19 vaccination or hold a medical contraindication certificate.

GSAC operating hours will be from 10.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday.

For Switch Fitness, to gain 24-hour access to the gym facility, members are asked to visit the front reception desk first during operating hours to show proof of double COVID-19 vaccination or a medical contraindication certificate. Access will then be granted.

No group fitness classes will operate however this will be reviewed weekly.

Recreation swimmers will be allowed to use the pool during the normal operating hours of the centre.

Learn to Swim classes will not open until Monday, 1 November and will resume with limited lessons in the afternoons only. Anyone wanting to confirm Learn to Swim classes from 1 November onwards are advised to contact GSAC on 02 6625 5370.

The GSAC café will re-open and creche will be closed until further notice.

The next stage of the NSW Government Roadmap is due to commence on Monday, 6 December and normal operations are expected to continue unless any changes from the NSW Government occur.

We will continue to keep our community up to date with any changes and please continue to practice COVID-19 safety protocols, including the mandatory wearing of a mask, signing in and out with a QR Code, using hand sanitizer and practicing social distancing.

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