Sydney’s iconic gay gym, City Gym, will be hosting their very own Fair Day fundraiser event on 27 February onsite at 107-113 Crown Street Darlinghurst.
The day gives an opportunity for our diverse LGBTQIA+ sports teams to talk to the community about what they do and to sign on new members. City Gym will also be giving all funds raised to mental health charity, Beyond Blue.
A fun filled day, here’s what to expect:
- A fun filled day, here’s what to expect:
- A squat till you drop competition
- Live DJs
- Raffles, giveaways and lucky door prizes
- Free personal training assessments and training advice
- Free fitness and mental health seminars
- Health and beauty treatments
- Free massage
- Complimentary taste testing from our City Gym eatery
- And much more!
Look out for Sydney Convict rugby player, DNA model and friend, Dawood Odeh who will be present on the day.
Dawood Odeh | Instagram
“I first joined City Gym four years ago when I was looking for some extra motivation in my training. As a Sydney Convict rugby player it is important that I keep my fitness at an athletic level. City Gym just felt like home. I love the cosmopolitan feel, the friendly, family vibe, the all-inclusiveness, and of course the amazingly equipped facility that stands way above the rest.”
City Gym PT Profiles
City Gym has been servicing Sydney’s LGBTQIA+ community for the last 40 years. Among the weights and fitness equipment you’ll find these PTs.
Marcelo Urriola | Instagram
I joined City Gym’s PT crew in 2015 because of its reputation for its demographic diversity, personalities and family feel. I loved the fact that it has an excellent fit-out and a wide range of world standard equipment and machines.
Simon Di Natale | Instagram
I first joined City Gym as a member in 2014, then decided it was the ideal place for my PT business. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, the ideal setting for my busy personal training schedule.
Expect to see representatives from ACON, Star Observer and Team Sydney as well. Lord Mayor Clover Moore herself who will be attending the event later in the day. Moore, amongst others, is responsible for the City of Sydney’s newest rainbow road pathway, Equality Green, in Prince Alfred Park, commemorating the location where Marriage Equality was announced and attended by 30,000 hopeful onlookers in 2017.
More details about the event can be found on their Facebook event page.