Opening hours and busy times
|Monday to Friday||6am - 10pm|
|Saturday and Sunday||9am - 9pm|
Please note that members are asked to cease exercise and begin to vacate exercise areas 10mins prior to closing. This gives you time to collect your belongings, use the locker rooms, and allow us to secure the empty building by 10pm.
Public holiday hours - 2020
|Waitangi Day||Thursday 6 February||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Good Friday||Friday 10 April||CLOSED|
|Easter Monday||Monday 14 April||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Easter Tuesday||Tuesday 15 April||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Anzac Day (observed)||Mon 27 April||1pm - 8pm|
|Queens Birthday||Monday 1 June||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Labour Day||Monday 26 October||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Show Day||Friday 13 November||8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm|
|Christmas Closing Period||Tuesday 22 December
Monday 4 January 2021
|Close at 9pm
Reopen at 6am
These are our typical opening hours for public holidays each year.
Peak times - Busy times at the gym
|Monday to Thursday||3pm - 8pm|
|Friday||3pm - 6pm|
|Saturday||9am - 1pm|
|Sunday||6pm - 8pm|
- Term time is busier than holiday periods
- You might expect to wait up to 10 minutes for a piece of equipment - be courteous and work in with others please!
- If you are at all able to come to the gym outside of these times, you will have a pretty easy run on the equipment, especially in the mornings. Your workout time could be halved if you change the time of day you exercise.
- Consider our extensive group fitness timetable classes as an alternative for cardio or weights - the majority of our classes are designed for low co-ordination levels and classes such as HIIT30 and Supercircuit are great substitutes for all round workouts where intensity is your goal.