Gymnastics aids in the development of children both socially and physically and is the starting point for inclusion in any sport. Gymnastics fuels the body and brain for learning and enhances body and spacial awareness. Gymnastics helps develop strength, flexibility, balance, co-ordination, agility and self-esteem. Gymnastics also teaches children to listen to instructions, take turns, and work independently. Lasting friendships are built, and children learn to respect both their teachers and their peers.

All our coaches are accredited and have Working with Children cards. We have a Junior coach training program and encourage our senior gymnasts to stay in their sport by becoming coaches and judges.

Most gymnasts will commence in our Recreation program where classes are run by age group. If your child has experience in gymnastics or something similar and you feel they need a higher level class, it is best to contact the office for advice.

Pre-school classes – maximum 8 gymnasts per coach Recreational classes – maximum 10 gymnasts per coach – however if we have a large number of gymnasts in the 4 – 5 year age group we will have a maximum or 8 gymnasts per coach.

Yes. You need to book prior to attending your class. We cannot guarantee you a place in the class of your choice if you have not booked.

Yes. We offer trial classes for new members. There is charge for the trial class which must be paid prior to attending the class.


Make up classes are offered if we need to cancel classes at any stage or for gymnasts who miss classes due to prolonged injury or illness.  Make up classes may be offered in other extenuating circumstances, but as a general rule if a gymnasts does not attend their class, no make up class is offered.

Enrolments may be made via the Online Portal from our website. If you require assistance, please contact the office.

Yes. Re-enrolments may be made via the Online Portal from our website.

Leotards are preferred, however, leggings or bike shorts and a close fitted top are also acceptable for girls. Boys should wear shorts or bike shorts and a close fitted top. No buckles, buttons or zips please. Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry, including watches, fit bits etc. is to be worn.

It is necessary for gymnasts in the Competition Squad program to purchase a uniform. Compulsory items include competition leotard, tracksuit, shirt and backpack. Some squads also require a club training leotard and/or crop top. Gymnasts in the Recreational Program are not required to wear club uniform.

Gymnasts must bring a named water bottle to class. Please leave all jewellery, watches and electronic devices at home.

On joining each year, gymnasts will be required to pay an annual Club Membership / Gymnastics WA registration fee. This fee includes Personal Accident Insurance. Fees for gymnasts in the Recreational program are paid on a term by term basis. A term is a school term, usually 10 weeks. Pro-rata rates apply for gymnasts commencing mid-term. Fees for gymnasts in the Competitive program are paid monthly and include 46 – 48 weeks training per year.

Fees must be paid on enrolment and may be paid via the Online Portal from our website. Fees may also be paid in the gym office. We accept payment by cash or credit/debit card. Cheques are not accepted.