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Upgrade for YMCA

05 Jun 2014

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Docklands’ YMCA launches its new and improved Victoria Point facility this month.

The not-for-profit organisation has invested $650,000 into the facility, repainting the entire centre, replacing flooring, creating new exercise studios and replacing all of the cardio equipment.

According to YMCA Docklands manager Andrew Ward, the work illustrates the commitment the YMCA has to Docklands.

The Victoria Point gym first opened in 2006 and this year celebrates its ninth birthday.

According to Mr Ward the combined number of workouts across the two Docklands YMCA clubs since opening is 950,000 and YMCA Docklands is on track to one million workouts by the end of the year.

“One of our aims is to make Docklands one of the healthiest postcodes in Australia,” Mr Ward said.

Mr Ward said alongside the physical refurbishment work at Victoria Point, YMCA Docklands also plans to maintain its ongoing commitment to community work in the area.

YMCA Victoria Point is holding an open week from June 16 to June 20 and both members and non-members are invited to come along and try-out the updated facility.

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