Australia’s Revo Fitness Plans 100 New Sites by 2027

Revo Fitness

Aussie HVLPs have grand plans.

The latest: Perth-based gym chain Revo Fitness will open 11 new Aussie clubs by the end of this year and, following traction in Melbourne, eight more Victoria sites in 2025.

Nudging its network to 60, the low-cost operator is targeting 100 sites by 2027.

One-stop shop. Revo’s 24/7 model is based on flexibility and accessibility, with an ~A$9.69 weekly entry point.

Members have access to a gym floor spanning strength and cardio plus free weights, boxing, HIIT circuits and functional training, with PTs also available.

Operating The Studio, its own boutique installation at 22 sites and forthcoming clubs, Revo adds reformer Pilates, body scanners and recovery tools for premium members.

Member-centric. One in five Australians are gym members, and by adding affordable features, operators are shrugging off economic headwinds.

  • Rumoured to be up for sale, HVLP operator Snap Fitness is adding 19 AUS/NZ clubs this year behind a mental-physical fitness ethos.
  • Opening its 45th Australian site in May, World Gym eyes 50 by year-end, boosting sign-ups through all-included child care, group fitness and 24-hour access.
  • Viva Leisure acquired eight sites for mid-market brand Club Lime, complementing its 14 low-cost Plus Fitness locations.

Meanwhile, after notching its 550th club last year, 61% of Aussies live within 3km of an Anytime Fitness.

Takeaway: While luxury wellness rises, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, operators at the opposite end – offering value-driven fitness for busy women, kids and the greater community – might make a bigger impact.

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