So many ways to stay fit and active

SPLASH OUT: Trevor Edwards and daughter Isabelle enjoying some pool time at Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre.
SPLASH OUT: Trevor Edwards and daughter Isabelle enjoying some pool time at Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Plans to build a new 50-metre outdoor pool in Wangaratta have been the centre of attention recently.

But there is plenty happening right now at Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre for all ages - in and out of the water.

YMCA Victoria community development and marketing specialist Trish Storer said the centre offered a wide range of fitness, sport and recreational needs.

She said there was a range of facilities and programs to suit all ages and fitness levels and interests.

This has been further enhanced by the recent launch of 24/7 gym access, which began on March 1.

"And coming soon – virtual group fitness, which will add to the current offerings of 52 group fitness classes per week," Ms Storer said.

"This is a true community centre with a welcoming atmosphere, where people can feel comfortable and supported."

Ms Storer said the YMCA, together with Rural City of Wangaratta, was committed to helping all people in the community to become healthier and happier through its range of facilities and programs.

"And we are also committed to helping disadvantaged people in our community to lead healthier lives through YMCA Open Doors, our local fundraising," she said.

The centre also features social community spaces for hire including meeting room and community centre.

Visit www.wangaratta.ymca.org.au for more information.

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