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Rosebud Skate Centre Rosebud

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Rosebud Skate Centre
15 Colchester Road
Rosebud
VIC
3939
Tel: 3 5981 2888

Where are we going today?

Rosebud Skate Centre

Roller skating is a classic, healthy, family friendly day out where you can spend time together building skills, getting exercise and having fun. The usual quad and inline skates are welcome but somewhat unusually so are scooters!

Public open skate sessions are regularly available, with lessons available. There are full rentals available in all adults' and children's sizes, as well as the additional padding if they need it.

There are other sporting and fitness opportunities on site here.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$10
  • Children$10
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

10am to 2pm and 4pm to 8pm daily with posted exceptions.

I'm Hungry!

Cafe on site offering hot and cold snacks and drinks..

Any Top Tips?

Skate hire is additional and rental for equipment varies..

What people are saying?

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    This is the creepiest gym I have ever had the misfortune to visit. Not only was the price of a one off session excessive but the owner and his dodgy mates were just plain unnerving. Being the only person there, let alone the only woman, in the vast cavern-like "women's only" area was not pleasant, especially when Bruno would ooze into the room to make sure I was "ok".
    And the fact that the men's only area had all the free weights whilst the women's only had machines gives you an idea of the archaic mindset that pervades the gym.
    So if you're...Read More

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    A pretty basic gym. Feel that that it is not very well cleaned (escpecially the bathrooms). The equipment seems to old/outdated and pretty basic.

    All in all a pretty poor gym considering there other cleaner, more up to date gyms at the same/similar price.

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    Bloody fantastic.

    The Big a the Man.

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    Great classes and the best equipment on the peninsula. Lots cheaper than in Melbourne.

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    Didnt even go yet the customer service was very poor

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by Skram Amme

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This is the creepiest gym I have ever had the misfortune to visit. Not only was the price of a one off session excessive but the owner and his dodgy mates were just plain unnerving. Being the only person there, let alone the only woman, in the vast cavern-like "women's only" area was not pleasant, especially when Bruno would ooze into the room to make sure I was "ok".
And the fact that the men's only area had all the free weights whilst the women's only had machines gives you an idea of the archaic mindset that pervades the gym.
So if you're a chick who likes to lift and actually do some proper training, well, this isn't the gym you're looking for *waves hands like Obi Wan*
I'll tell you this, you couldn't pay me to get changed in the change rooms or use the loo- the idea of being naked or close to it in that place sends shudders of revulsion down my back.
The saddest part is? It's an amazing site, it could be an epic gym, one that attracts people from all over the peninsula. It has huge space, a decent amount of free weights and a tonne of potential, but it's unfortunately owned and run by Mr Free Candy in My Van and his cohorts, none of whom seem to be the slightest bit interested in fitness.
My advice, stay away unless it's purely as a novelty visit to take in the creep factor.

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