Hydrotherapy price increases - effective 1 October

News

Clients and the community are advised that the continuing impact of rising costs to deliver our hydrotherapy services has unfortunately resulted in the need for us to increase our fees. 

Fees will increase in two instalments.

From 1 October - 31 December, our new Hydrotherapy fees will be:

  •  $8.50 per session for volunteer led/self-help sessions

(10 visit pass $77)

  • $9.50 per session for staff-led sessions

(10 visit pass $86)

  • $10.00 per session for Physiotherapy-led treatment

Fees from 1 January 2020

A further price increase of $1.50 per session will be effective from 1 January, 2020.

Ensuring the quality of our services while keeping them affordable to you is paramount and we make every effort to contain our costs.

We hope you will continue to enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy in an environment that is friendly, close to home and inviting, and thank you for your continued support.

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