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Pakenham will soon become home to Cardinia shire’s first 24-7 health club.
Cardinia Shire Council has announced that Cardinia Life manager Aligned Leisure will operate a 24-hour health club at its Olympic Way premises from next month.
Cardinia Life members will have access to the health club at any time that is convenient for them, with an additional external entrance, additional accessible change space, security cameras and access control system to be installed.
The shire’s deputy mayor Jodie Owen said the health centre serves an important purpose in keeping local residents physically and mentally fit.
“Our council plan highlights our need to get more people more active and we are confident that by removing any barriers around operational hours, we ensure that we give people the best chance to maintain a healthy lifestyle,” councillor Owen said.
Aligned Leisure Managing Director Cain Liddle is excited about the changes and said the extending trading hours would be welcomed by the community.
“It is our quintessential purpose to align with the unique needs of the communities that we work within at Aligned Leisure and we have been told loud and clear that operational hours are a barrier to entry at Cardinia Life,” Mr Liddle said.
“The council deserves an enormous pat on the back for taking the road less tread and it’s our understanding that Cardinia Life will become the first council-owned facility in Victoria to convert their health club to 24/7 operations.
“We feel very privileged to be in partnership with a local council who are so innovative, customer-focussed and responsive to feedback.”
For more information on the changes, visit: www.cardinialeisure.com.au.

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