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COVID-19 UPDATE – 28 July 2021: Following the announcement of a further four-week lockdown across Greater Sydney, facilities will remain closed until Saturday, 28 August, unless otherwise advised by the NSW Government.

The purpose of this extension is to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and we encourage members to follow NSW Health advice by staying home. All gym passes, club and annual memberships will be paused during this time. All member court hire during the shutdown will be credited for use upon re-opening.

Right now it is important we take care of ourselves and one way to do that is through exercise. A reasonable excuse to leave your home includes exercising outdoors, or you can stay active from home by visiting our library of online workouts. Don’t forget, you are entitled to a discounted, cancel anytime Les Mills On Demand subscription that comes with a two-week free trial for new users. There are great workouts for everybody, including HIIT classes and Pilates.

The health and safety of our members and the wider University community is our ultimate priority, and as such, we will continue to follow NSW Health advice. Further updates will be posted to this page so please be sure to check it regularly for the latest information. See our program updates below:

To accommodate our 15,000 members and ensure a COVIDSafe environment for all, members are asked to book online to access the gym, pool and courts at the Sports & Aquatic Centre and Arena Sports Centre. This will enable contactless and COVIDSafe entry into our facilities.

Please review the below updates to our program and facility operations including the T&Cs of returning to facilities, our COVID-19 action plan and FAQ.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Please read the below FAQ which seek to answer member questions regarding our re-opening, memberships, online booking system and COVIDSafe protocols.





Disclaimer: Whilst efforts have been made to ensure all the information on this page is accurate, the COVID-19 situation and related government policies are changing rapidly. This page of the SUSF website is designed to provide an overview of the policies and their effects to the SUSF community. If you intend to use any of our facilities you may wish to double check the latest government information or call SUSF. Information linked to from this website may not be accurately reported, or may be out of date. Readers should ensure that they independently verify the accuracy of any information on this website, or in any of its links.