Personal training permits in Hobsons Bay

If you wish to operate a personal training or commercial fitness group on public land within Hobsons Bay you will require a permit.

Online form

Before you start

To apply for a Personal training/Exercise user group permit you will need the following:

  • Certificate of currency ($10 million public liability insurance)
  • Current first aid certificate
  • Current CPR certificate
  • Qualifications
  • Certificate of registration with a peak sporting body or willingness to abide by the Fitness Australia code of practice

Choose which permit you require

Hobsons Bay offers three options for Personal Training permits to cater for all requirements and these can be applied for anytime of year.

Permit

Fee

Three months

$150

Six months

$250

Annual

$400

Choose your location from the approved sites

Below are all approved parks where training is permitted

  • A.B Shaw Reserve, Altona Meadows
  • Tatman Drive, Altona Meadows
  • 100 Steps, Altona
  • Apex Park, Altona
  • G.H Ransom Reserve, Altona
  • Cherry Lake, Altona
  • W.G Cresser Reserve, Seaholme
  • Pavey Park, Newport Lakes, Newport
  • Hatt Reserve, Williamstown
  • Greenwich Reserve, Williamstown
  • Brooklyn Reserve, Brooklyn
  • McLean Reserve, Spotswood
  • R.J Long Reserve, Williamstown
  • Edwards Reserve, Spotswood
  • Bruce Comben Reserve, Altona Meadows (back of Tennis Courts)

To view these on a map click here(PDF, 2MB)

FAQ 

Frequently asked questions about operating personal training or commercial fitness groups on public land within Hobsons Bay.

Review Terms and Conditions

You will be required to agree to the personal training permit terms and conditions in your application. Review the terms and conditions here(PDF, 464KB).

Complete online application

Personal training permit application

Review and approval

Once your application has been submitted, an officer from the Sport and Recreation team will review your application and send you confirmation of your permit via the email address provided.  You will be contacted should there be any queries with your application.

Paper form

Before you start

To apply for a Personal training/Exercise user group permit you will need the following:

  • Certificate of currency ($10 million public liability insurance)
  • Current first aid certificate
  • Current CPR certificate
  • Qualifications
  • Certificate of registration with a peak sporting body or willingness to abide by the Fitness Australia code of practice

Choose which permit you require

Hobsons Bay offers three options for Personal Training permits to cater for all requirements and these can be applied for anytime of year.

Permit

Fee

Three months

$150

Six months

$250

Annual

$400

Choose your location from the approved sites

Below are all approved parks where training is permitted

  • A.B Shaw Reserve, Altona Meadows
  • Tatman Drive, Altona Meadows
  • 100 Steps, Altona
  • Apex Park, Altona
  • G.H Ransom Reserve, Altona
  • Cherry Lake, Altona
  • W.G Cresser Reserve, Seaholme
  • Pavey Park, Newport Lakes, Newport
  • Hatt Reserve, Williamstown
  • Greenwich Reserve, Williamstown
  • Brooklyn Reserve, Brooklyn
  • McLean Reserve, Spotswood
  • R.J Long Reserve, Williamstown
  • Edwards Reserve, Spotswood
  • Bruce Comben Reserve, Altona Meadows (back of Tennis Courts)

To view these on a map click here(PDF, 2MB)

FAQ 

Frequently asked questions about operating personal training or commercial fitness groups on public land within Hobsons Bay.

Review Terms and Conditions

You will be required to agree to the personal training permit terms and conditions in your application. Review the terms and conditions here(PDF, 464KB).

Download and complete application

Personal training permit application(PDF, 533KB)

Once completed email the Personal training permit application form together with all required documents to our Customer Service team customerservice@hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au

Review and approval

Once your application has been submitted, an officer from the Sport and Recreation team will review your application and send you confirmation of your permit via the email address provided.  You will be contacted should there be any queries with your application.

In person

Before you start

To apply for a Personal training/Exercise user group permit you will need the following:

  • Certificate of currency ($10 million public liability insurance)
  • Current first aid certificate
  • Current CPR certificate
  • Qualifications
  • Certificate of registration with a peak sporting body or willingness to abide by the Fitness Australia code of practice

Choose which permit you require

Hobsons Bay offers three options for Personal Training permits to cater for all requirements and these can be applied for anytime of year.

Permit

Fee

Three months

$150

Six months

$250

Annual

$400

Choose your location from the approved sites

Below are all approved parks where training is permitted

  • A.B Shaw Reserve, Altona Meadows
  • Tatman Drive, Altona Meadows
  • 100 Steps, Altona
  • Apex Park, Altona
  • G.H Ransom Reserve, Altona
  • Cherry Lake, Altona
  • W.G Cresser Reserve, Seaholme
  • Pavey Park, Newport Lakes, Newport
  • Hatt Reserve, Williamstown
  • Greenwich Reserve, Williamstown
  • Brooklyn Reserve, Brooklyn
  • McLean Reserve, Spotswood
  • R.J Long Reserve, Williamstown
  • Edwards Reserve, Spotswood
  • Bruce Comben Reserve, Altona Meadows (back of Tennis Courts)

To view these on a map click here(PDF, 2MB)

FAQ 

Frequently asked questions about operating personal training or commercial fitness groups on public land within Hobsons Bay.

Review Terms and Conditions

You will be required to agree to the personal training permit terms and conditions in your application. Review the terms and conditions here(PDF, 464KB).

Complete application

Download form(PDF, 533KB), print and complete

Submit your application to Customer Service

Deliver in person completed application form together with copies of all documents listed in step 1 to:
Altona Civic Centre
115 Civic Pde, Altona

Review and approval

Once your application has been submitted, an officer from the Sport and Recreation team will review your application and send you confirmation of your permit via the email address provided.  You will be contacted should there be any queries with your application.

Phone

Connect with us via our Contact Us page

We don't take applications over the phone however we will be able to assist you with the process.

Before you call

To apply for a Personal training/Exercise user group permit you will need the following:

  • Certificate of currency ($10 million public liability insurance)
  • Current first aid certificate
  • Current CPR certificate
  • Qualifications
  • Certificate of registration with a peak sporting body or willingness to abide by the Fitness Australia code of practice

Choose which permit you require

Hobsons Bay offers three options for Personal Training permits to cater for all requirements and these can be applied for anytime of year.

Permit

Fee

Three months

$150

Six months

$250

Annual

$400

Choose your location from the approved sites

Below are all approved parks where training is permitted

  • A.B Shaw Reserve, Altona Meadows
  • Tatman Drive, Altona Meadows
  • 100 Steps, Altona
  • Apex Park, Altona
  • G.H Ransom Reserve, Altona
  • Cherry Lake, Altona
  • W.G Cresser Reserve, Seaholme
  • Pavey Park, Newport Lakes, Newport
  • Hatt Reserve, Williamstown
  • Greenwich Reserve, Williamstown
  • Brooklyn Reserve, Brooklyn
  • McLean Reserve, Spotswood
  • R.J Long Reserve, Williamstown
  • Edwards Reserve, Spotswood
  • Bruce Comben Reserve, Altona Meadows (back of Tennis Courts)

To view these on a map click here(PDF, 2MB)

FAQ 

Frequently asked questions about operating personal training or commercial fitness groups on public land within Hobsons Bay.

Review Terms and Conditions

You will be required to agree to the personal training permit terms and conditions in your application. Review the terms and conditions here(PDF, 464KB).

Review and approval

Once your application has been submitted, an officer from the Sport and Recreation team will review your application and send you confirmation of your permit via the email address provided.  You will be contacted should there be any queries with your application.