Maroubra Beach Outdoor Gym

3R Marine Parade, Maroubra NSW 2035

3R Marine Parade, Maroubra NSW 2035
  • Outdoor Gym

Maroubra Beach Outdoor Gym is located next to the Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club overlooking Maroubra Beach. It is a free facility that contains a wide range of strength and cardio equipment and is ideal for those wanting low impact exercise. It is especially well suited to older residents. The equipment includes parallel bars, aerobic cycle, leg press, stretch stations, an elliptical trainer and a zig-zag balance beam. Information on using the equipment is located on site or you can download an instructional booklet produced by the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.

Maroubra Beach Outdoor Gym is located next to the Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club overlooking Maroubra Beach. It is a free facility that contains a wide range of strength and cardio equipment and is ideal for those wanting low impact exercise. It is especially well suited to older residents. The equipment includes parallel bars, aerobic cycle, leg press, stretch stations, an elliptical trainer and a zig-zag balance beam. Information on using the equipment is located on site or you can download an instructional booklet produced by the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.


This facility reopened on Friday 15 May 2020. Users are urged to wash their hands before and after use, keep 1.5m between users and to limit group gatherings to 10 people. If it looks busy, please come back later. Thank you for protecting the health of our community.


Features

Built in 2013, the gym contains a wide range of strength and cardio equipment and is ideal for those wanting low impact exercise. It is especially well suited to older residents or those recovering from an injury.

The robust and safe machinery is constructed from marine grade stainless steel and includes parallel bars, aerobic cycle, leg press, stretch stations, an elliptical trainer and a zig zag balance beam.

Information on using the equipment is located on site or you can download an instructional booklet produced by The South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.

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