Recreation Centres

Effective from 12.01am Saturday 3 July, the Perth Metropolitan Area and the Peel Regions will leave lockdown and enter three days of interim restrictions, followed by a further six days of transitional restrictions.

Morley Sport and Recreation Centre will reopen Monday 5 July 2021, 7 am – 6pm. From Tuesday 6 July 2021 opening hours shift to 5:30 am – 8:30 pm.

Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre will reopen 12.01am Tuesday 6 July 2021, returning to normal operation hours.

Until 12.01am Tuesday 6 July, the following interim restrictions are in place:

  • Masks must be worn in the centre at all times
  • 4 square metre rule in place
  • A maximum of 20 patrons in our service (not including staff)
  • No group fitness classes in this time

Following that, transitional restrictions will be in place for the following six days, until 12.01am Monday 12 July. These include:

  • Masks will remain mandatory indoors
  • 2 square metre rule in place
  • A maximum of 150 patrons in our service
  • Group fitness classes can recommence

Centres outside of these regions remain unaffected.

How is the Y keeping members safe?

We are following the directives from the Government Health Departments, find out the steps we are taking to keep you safe here.

What happens to memberships?

We will notify members if there is any change to their membership due to lockdown.

I have membership/function booking queries, what do I do?

What should I do if I have COVID-19/flu-like symptoms?

If you feel unwell, we ask you do not attend the centre and if necessary seek medical advice.

What should I do if I, or a family member, have been potentially exposed to COVID-19?

If you, or anyone in your family, may have been exposed to COVID-19, we ask you do not attend the centre and if necessary seek medical advice.

What should I do if I, or a family member, is diagnosed with COVID-19?

If you have tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and have visited our centre recently, please contact Head Office at enquiries@ymcawa.org.au and your local centre via phone or email immediately.

What would happen if someone is reported to have COVID-19?

The Y will be notified by the affected person(s) and/or Department of Health. The Y’s recreation centre would then cease trade at that location, advise other members that may have come in contact with the affected person(s) and conduct a full deep clean to required standards. We expect this process to take around 48 hours and would seek the Department of Health approval to commence trade.