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Pemulwuy – Elouera Tony Mundine Gym shapes up


This article is sponsored by the Aboriginal Housing Company’s Pemulwuy Project. Authorised by Michael Mundine, CEO, Aboriginal Housing Company Limited


REDFERN: Our gym manager Alex Tui and Uncle Micky were on site at the new Elouera Tony Mundine Gym last week with a photographer. Alex uploaded a number of photos on social media afterwards and was happy to report that there was a great buzz and excitement among former gym members when they saw the bare bones of the new gym.

We are currently planning the fit-out. We are working hard to make the most of our fabulous new space located next to the affordable housing. The new gym consists of the main floor plus a mezzanine level with lift access. Both floors will house a boxing ring, and a sauna will be installed on the main floor.

The gym will have a wide range of the most up-to-date resistance and cardiovascular equipment as well as weights – with fully qualified staff on hand to help members achieve their health and fitness goals. Our amazing new facilities and fitness programs will cater for all levels ensuring no one has an excuse to not to get fit and improve their overall health and wellbeing.

We believe the gym is a vital ingredient of the Pemulwuy Project as it will be a gathering place for people to connect and spend time whilst pursuing their goals. The gym will offer first-rate facilities and provide a welcoming, inclusive fitness environment for our community.

 

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