Nillumbik leisure centres reopen

This is a photograph of the pool at the Eltham Leisure Centre

We’re excited to welcome visitors back to Nillumbik’s leisure centres from 6pm tonight following the further easing of the Victorian Government’s COVID-19 restrictions.

The Eltham Leisure Centre, Diamond Creek Community Centre and Community Bank Stadium Diamond Creek will reopen for fully vaccinated patrons only with density limits of one person per four square metres.

The Diamond Creek Outdoor Pool, which reopened last week, will have an increased capacity of up to 500 fully vaccinated people.

The Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre remains closed due to the ongoing redevelopment works.

Full details of services available and conditions of entry at the centres are available at their websites.

Edendale Community Environment Farm will not be opening this weekend but we are looking forward to welcoming back fully vaccinated members of the public from Monday 8 November.

The farm will be operate reduced hours from 11am to 3pm daily, and there will be a visitor cap of 500 people. All visitors over the age of 16 will be required to show proof of double vaccination or exemption.

The Edendale Indigenous plant nursery will also reopen from 8 November. For those who prefer contactless transactions, the click & collect service will continue. Café Eden will reopen, however Edendale will not be taking new bookings for room or shelter hire or birthday parties for the remainder of 2021.

Entry to the farm will be from the main southern pedestrian entrance only, with the car park entrance and northern entrance off the Diamond Creek Trail closed. Masks won’t be required outside, but must be worn indoors such as when using the toilets.

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