Community Centres to reopen Tuesday 9 June

Published on 05 June 2020

Fullarton Park Community Centre under stormy skies

City of Unley’s three community centres; Fullarton Park, Clarence Park and Unley, will reopen to the public on Tuesday June 9.

Our centre staff are excited to reopen their doors to the community as COVID-19 restrictions are further eased.

For our community centres to open, we are legally required to meet the obligations of a State Government COVID-19 Safe Plan, customised to suit each facility.

When you visit a centre, you will see signage explaining the maximum number of patrons allowed in each centre and in each indoor room. Signage will also be in place to remind us of physical distancing and hygiene guidelines, to protect you, other visitors and staff.

The maximum number of visitors at one time to each centre (excluding staff) is:

We are obliged to ask visitors for their contact details on arrival, for the purposes of contact tracing. We appreciate your support in this request as the information will be invaluable if the need arises.

We understand the services and programs offered at our centres are important to you. You will begin to see programs and activities reopen across our centres. Though it may take some time to return to previous levels of service, please be patient as we prioritise the health and safety of our patrons, hirers and staff.

Please note, the Management Committee of the Goodwood Community Centre is working toward reopening to deliver safe activities in their centre. For updates, visit the Goodwood Community Service Inc Facebook page and website.

Our community centre staff say thank you for your support over the recent months and we look forward to welcoming you back.

For opening hours, contact details and to check what programs are operating, visit our Community Centres webpage.

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