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HighLow Fitness has been awarded the tender to provide health and fitness services
at the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre (MIISC).
HighLow Fitness General Manager, Mark Garrahy, said he was ready to replicate
their existing successful programs at the MIISC.
“Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre is such a great facility. We feel very lucky that
we can be a part of the Canterbury-Bankstown community and expanding our health
and fitness programs to people in the area,” Mr Garrahy said.
“Our aim is to help people embrace modern exercise. We not only want to continue
to assist athletes and fitness enthusiasts to achieve their goals, but also target other
demographics too. We will be offering classes to children under 18-years and adults
As of 1 April, Council will retain operation of the indoor stadium, kiosk, and multipurpose
courts, while the new fitness provider takes over from the YMCA NSW after
the latter informed Council, it wanted to end its lease agreement.
New centre manager, Shane Demir, said it was an exciting time for the community.
“We’re committed to delivering the best recreational services to the local
community,” Mr Demir said.
“We already use this facility widely by hosting the Twilight Sport Program and
International Day of People with Disability. However, once we begin managing the
Centre, we will engage further with the local community to identify the services and
programs residents would like to see offered.”
For more information on the management changes or what’s offered at the MIISC,
go to www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/miisc
16/06/2017 4:23 PM