Brand Guides

We’ve got all the important information about the major gym brands to help you make the right decision. Also don’t forget about the hundreds of fantastic independent gyms that can be found near you using our gym locator.

Anytime Fitness

With so many clubs and 24/7 access, Anytime Fitness easily works around your lifestyle. There is a strong focus on value with a friendly atmosphere and good facilities combined with a relatively low membership cost. This is great for people who are relatively self-sufficient in their training needs.

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Curves

Curves is the largest network of fitness centres for women in the world.  They are best known for their 30-minute Circuit that works every major muscle group with strength training, cardio and stretching.  They have over 130 locations across Australia and focus not just on fitness, but nutrition as well through their Curves Complete program.

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F45 Training

F45 concentrates on functional training sessions that last 45 minutes – hence the name F45 Training.  Today, F45 has 450+ locations across Australia (with more opening all the time) and they claim to be the fastest growing fitness network in the world.

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Fernwood Fitness

Fernwood is a female only gym with 70 locations across all Australian states and around 68,000 members. They provide a large range of services including group classes, personal trainers, multi-club access and much more. Most clubs also have child minding services. With 24/7 access and a fantastic introductory program for beginners, Fernwood is a great option for females of all fitness levels and experience.

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Fit n Fast

Fit n Fast is a privately owned Australian company that operates 18 gyms across NSW, VIC and QLD. They specialise in 30 minute ‘Quickie’ classes designed for people with limited time.  These classes are instructor led and use dynamic equipment including sleds, monkey bars, battle ropes and other bodyweight exercises.

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Fitness First

After opening in Australia in 2000, Fitness First now has around 60 gyms spread across all states in Australia with over 240,000 members.  The Fitness First philosophy is to offer the best equipment, range of classes, knowledgeable staff and personal advice in a welcoming environment that helps their members to achieve their fitness goals.

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Genesis

Genesis believe convenient class timetables, the latest equipment, a continually refreshed offering plus accredited and passionate trainers and coaches help to support and encourage you to reach your health and fitness goals.

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Goodlife Health Clubs

Goodlife Health Clubs have 77 locations across the major mainland metropolitan regions and more than 240,000 members. Being a ‘health club’ they have a large range of services available to help you on your fitness journey and provide this for a reasonable price and in a friendly, non-intimidating environment.

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Jetts

With more than 200 locations across most states in Australia and 200,000 members, Jetts is a major player in the Australian gym industry. They offer relatively small sized clubs with 24/7 access and have a focus on no lock-in contracts at low prices, hence their motto of ‘Work out on your terms’.

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Other Gyms

There are a large number of gyms around Australia from well known brands that provide a great service but there are also a huge number of independently owned gyms that you should consider when sussing out the right gym for you. These gyms provide a wide variety of services and can specialise in different training methods to mainstream brands.

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Plus Fitness

Plus Fitness is an Australian owned franchised chain of gyms and provides the option of no lock-in contracts, 24/7 access and relatively low cost membership. They have over 170 locations in Australia and your membership provides access to all of them.

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Snap Fitness

Snap Fitness was founded in 2003 in North America and now has more than 2,000 clubs worldwide with more than 180 across Australia.  Snap Fitness claims it is dedicated to changing lives through a results-driven culture in each of their locations and offer flexible membership options, high-quality workout equipment, and 24/7 access to all of their clubs worldwide.

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Virgin Active

Virgin Active operate 7 world class health clubs in Sydney and Melbourne. With a huge range of classes, spacious training areas, modern equipment, swimming pools, spas, saunas, child care and much more, Virgin Active has just about everything you need to reach your fitness goals.

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Zap Fitness

Zap Fitness is a privately owned Australian company that operates 37 gyms across Tasmania, Victoria and South Australia.  They are a 24/7 gym that has no joining fees, no lock in contracts, low prices, good equipment, multi-site access and they allow you to cancel any time.  They also offer a lifetime price guarantee while you remain a member.

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