COVID-19 Update from MU Sport

This page contains information on restrictions to services and programs as a result of COVID-19

UPDATED: 2:00pm, Wednesday 8 July 2020

In line with the announcement by the Premier yesterday on the return to Stage Three restrictions the following will occur from midnight tonight Wednesday 8 July:

  • The Beaurepaire Centre (gym and pool), the Nona Lee Sports Centre, the Ernie Cropley Pavilion, Boat House and Sports Precinct outdoor facilities will close, with club training and other club face-to-face activities to cease until further notice

Melbourne University Sport and the clubs will now pivot back to providing services remotely to keep you active and connected by continuing to provide online resources and information, including the streaming of group fitness classes and video-guided workouts that can be done at home. These can be accessed through our Staying Connected hub.

Regular updates will be provided on sport.unimelb.edu.au and our social media channels over the coming weeks.

MU Sport programs and services have been suspended and access to University sport and fitness facilities restricted for the foreseeable future. Specific program or service information is provided below.

However, we remain committed to supporting students and staff to stay active during this period so a range of online tips and programs are provided here. Social distancing practices apply.

The University’s dedicated COVID-19 webpage is the primary source for detailed and up-to-date information.

UPDATED: 5:00pm, 27 May 2020