Conditions of Entry 

Please note, MALC staff reserve the right at their discretion, to refuse entry or remove any person not respecting the Conditions of Entry and/or MALC staff.

  1. The MALC is a family friendly venue and any abusive, disruptive or threatening behaviour will not be tolerated.
  2. Anyone attempting to gain entry without paying, or without authorisation will be evicted and banned from the MALC.
  3. Children under 10 must be supervised at all times whilst in the Centre.
  4. Any persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted into the MALC, and no drugs or alcohol are to be brought into the MALC.
  5. Takeaway food purchased outside the MALC is not permitted (excluding homemade food).
  6. The MALC is a “Smoke Free” venue. The entire venue as well as outside areas and within 10 metres of entrances to the Centre are “Smoke Free” (this includes Vaping).
  7. Please familiarise yourself with the signs with warnings, rules and instructions placed around the MALC. You and any dependents under your care must comply with the warning, rules and instructions on the signs and follow any directions given to you by MALC staff.
  8. You must take reasonable care for your own safety and the safety of any dependents in your care. MALC staff will follow procedure in the event of any accident or incident. If this requires professional medical assistance or an ambulance to be called, you will be responsible for these associated costs.
  9. The MALC supports the WATCH AROUND WATER program and follows their guidelines:
        a Children under 10 years are not allowed entry unless under active supervision of a person 16 years or older.
        b Parents or guardians should actively supervise their children at all times.
        c A parent or guardian must accompany his/her children between 0–5 years in the water at all times, and must remain within arm’s reach of the child.
        d For children 6–10 years a parent or guardian should be close enough to make eye contact with the child and be constantly watching them.
  10. Clean and appropriate swimwear must be worn at all times while swimming (no street wear, t-shirts, shirts, jeans, underwear etc. allowed)
  11. Patrons attending fitness classes or facilities must be appropriately dressed in workout gear, have closed in exercise shoes, and use/have a sweat towel.
  12. Persons suffering from any skin problem, illness or disease that is contagious (exception, if you provide a medical certificate stating you are not at risk to other patrons) should not enter the facility.
  13. Persons who have diarrhoea, have had gastroenteritis within the last 14 days, or have a bleeding or oozing wound, are not to enter the water.
  14. Children under 3 and persons suffering incontinence and who ordinarily wear nappies must wear an aqua-nappy when in the waterbody.
  15. Management welcomes the capturing of your magic moments on cameras and video cameras, however, the privacy of others must be respected. The use of cameras and video cameras is conditional upon the following:
        a You must have all relevant individuals’ consent to take and use images
        b Under no circumstances are cameras, video cameras and mobile phones to be used in the change rooms.
  16. There are inherent risks that arise from the facilities, your use of the facilities, your participation in any program and your presence at the MALC. You enter the MALC at your own risk. To the extent permitted by law, the Shire of Murray and the MALC and any of its officers, employees and contractors accept no liability of whatever description for any property damage, loss, injury or death which may occur at the MALC. To the full extent permitted by law, you release and discharge us from all liabilities and claims arising out of your use of the MALC facilities.
  17. You are responsible for all your belongings that you bring into the MALC and, to the extent permitted by law, the Shire of Murray and the MALC accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or theft of belongings.
  18. For the purposes of patron and staff safety, MALC uses CCTV and alarm security surveillance systems. We reserve the right to use these images for security purposes related to the MALC, and as such, you may be monitored or captured on CCTV footage.
  19. We reserve the right to authorise MALC staff or other representatives, agents or contractors to take photographs and videos of patrons from time to time, including you or any minors in your care or under your supervision, for marketing or promotional purposes without prior notice to you, payment to you or express consent from you. By entering and using the facilities you are deemed to consent to such photos or video footage being taken, unless you inform our staff members otherwise.
  20. Only Centre staff or authorised groups are permitted to conduct programs & services within or around the Centre.
  21. Exclusive use of a service, or part of, by an individual, association or organisation is prohibited unless agreed to in writing by management.
  22. No pets or animals are permitted in the Centre, with the exception of assistance animals as defined in the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Commonwealth) section 9(2).
  23. Skateboards, skates, rollerblades, scooters, bicycles, and similar equipment are not permitted within the facility, and must be stored on/at the bicycle rack.
  24. The MALC has an agreement with local schools that children who should normally be at school may not participate in activities in the Centre during school hours unless part of an education department program. The exclusions to this are home schooled students and students visiting from another region.
  25. Conditions of entry are subject to change without notice.