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January 26th Public Holiday Staffed Hours

January 24, 2024

Our 24/7 clubs are still accessible all day and night this Public Holiday, so as per usual, you can smash out your workout how best suits you! Please see the Revo Fitness staffed and opening hours in detail below.   Western Australia Reduced Staffed Hours: 9:00am – 1:00pm   New South Wales Reduced Staffed Hours: [...]

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Download the Revo App for a chance to win $1,000! 

January 22, 2024

We can’t wait for you to try out the new Revo App! In fact, we’re so excited we’re giving one lucky winner the chance to win $1000 just for downloading it.    Download the Revo App! It is available for both Apple and Android users.    [...]

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The Revo Fitness App has landed!

January 22, 2024

The Revo Fitness App has landed!   We have always been passionate about making fitness accessible to as many Australians as possible, and with the Revo App, we’re taking that commitment to a whole new level.   So, what’s all the buzz about? Take a sneak peek into what the Revo App has in store [...]

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Revo Fitness is proud to extend the naming rights for Revo Fitness Stadium until 2029!

We are thrilled to announce that we have signed on as the naming partner of Revo Fitness Stadium in Claremont until 2029, an exciting continuation of our partnership with the Claremont Football Club.


Revo Fitness Stadium will continue to be the home of Claremont Football Club’s women and men’s teams, with Claremont Football Club CEO, Darcy Coffey eagerly welcoming the extension.

“The Claremont Football Club is incredibly proud to extend our partnership with another iconic WA organisation in Revo Fitness,” Darcy said.

“For over five years now we have had their amazing support, we feel strongly aligned in our values and ambition, and look forward to continuing that into the future.”


Revo Fitness have been long-time supporters of the Claremont Football Club since opening our doors at the facility in 2017 and securing naming rights in 2019, officially changing Claremont Oval to Revo Fitness Stadium.


Andrew Holder, Revo Fitness’ Managing Director, expressed how pleased the company is to extend support of the CFC and Revo Fitness Stadium.

“We believe Revo continues to have a positive influence on the wider community, as a vehicle to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle,’ Andrew said.

“Competitive sporting organisations play such an important role in the community, and we are proud to be the custodians of this state-of-the-art facility” he said.


The stadium has been hosting league football since 1925 after the council spent 5000 pounds to bring it up to the required standard.


After completion of the original development, the first game played at the oval took place in 1927 where East Fremantle defeated Claremont-Cottesloe.


More recently, in 2012 the stadium underwent major redevelopment which saw the old grandstand, structures and trees demolished to make way for a new grandstand.


Andrew is excited for this next period with the stadium and says Revo Fitness are constantly searching for ways to get behind community initiatives as they continue to expand nationally.