Gyms in Bathurst

In this article we compare and contrast the various gyms in Bathurst, NSW which we believe will help save you time and money from having to do your own research.

We help fitness beginners overcome gym intimidation, sign up for their first membership and start working out with weights properly so they can achieve ongoing results with their body.


Gym      Price/Wk     Sign Up Fee   24/7?    Classes?  
  Bathurst Strength & Conditioning $59.95 Not Shown No Yes
F45 Training Bathurst ~$65.00 $0.00 No Yes
Anytime Fitness Bathurst  $14.98 – $22.00 $99 + $69.95 for fob Yes No
Snap Fitness Bathurst $12.95 + $59.00 (varies) Yes Limited
Plus Fitness 24/7 Bathurst $13.95 $78 – $128 Yes Limited


* The prices and information shown in this article should be viewed as a general guide only as it can vary depending on location, how long you commit for, promotions and can also change over time. We do our best to ensure our content is up to date, however, you should always confirm prices and membership details before signing up.


Price: $59.95

Sign Up Fee: Not Shown

No Lock in Contracts: Available

24/7 Access: No 

Group Fitness: Yes

Bathurst Strength and Conditioning – bringing world class coaching to Bathurst and the Central West.

Bathurst Strength and Conditioning is driven by a community of highly qualified coaches that are dedicated to improving the health, movement and performance of the people of Bathurst.

Helping people build their health and fitness from the ground up and focusing on the fundamentals of human movement.

$59.95 per week will give you Unlimited Access to all their classes without the hassle of any contracts. This is the perfect facility for all the young budding athletes in the Bathurst area. Or if you think you need a little bit more care and attention when it comes to you health and fitness. 


Price: $60.00 -$65.00 per week

Sign Up Fee: $0.00

No Lock in Contracts: Available

24/7 Access: No

Group Fitness: Yes, in abundance

F45 training is a high energy, community & comradery focused, 45-minute blast. It’ll have your muscles burning, lungs blowing and adrenaline flowing. The exercises are simple and easy to learn, the class sizes are large and the training is strength-endurance and HIIT based.

For around $65 a week, it’s certainly on the more expensive side, however, if you’re invested and attend regularly, the health and social benefits are priceless. It’s a community that keeps you coming back for more.


Price: $14.98 – $16.37 per week

Sign Up Fee: $99.00 + $69.95 for fob

No Lock in Contracts: Available

24/7 Access: Yes

Group Fitness: Limited

Anytime Fitness is a global gym franchise that really lead the charge with having the gym open 24/7. Anytime has a free weight area, plenty of machines and cardio equipment as well as a functional training and free weight area.

The great thing about Anytime is that they have hundreds of locations across Australia and can be found in even remote locations – it won’t take you long to find one near you. They also have well-kept and clean facilities with good showers and parking.

You should consider joining Anytime if you want a good all-rounder at a reasonable price, without all the bells and whistles.

They do have some group classes, however, they are very limited and aren’t nearly as extensive as those found in more expensive gyms. Most Anytime gyms we have visited have been pretty small in size, which means it can get fairly crowded during peak times. 


Price: $12.95+ per week

Sign Up Fee: $59.00 (varies)

Contracts: Pay as you go OR
3, 6 and 12-Month Contacts

24/7 Access: Yes

Group Fitness: Quite Limited

Snap Fitness is a basic, inexpensive, 24/7 gym chain with hundreds of locations across the world. If you’re wanting a simple membership with the fundamentals, Snap is a great option.

All members get access to a host of online classes that they can watch and do when at the facility or at home. They also have heart rate monitors available for members to use to keep track of their workout intensity as they go.

Starting at $12.95 per week, Snap is perhaps the cheapest gym chain membership we’ve come across.


Price: $13.95 per week

Sign Up Fee: $78 – $128

Contracts: Available

24/7 Access: Yes

Group Fitness: Quite Limited

 Plus Fitness is an Australian chain of gyms with hundreds of locations, predominantly across NSW. You’ll have access to free programs, some functional classes, as well as the ability to visit all Plus Fitness locations 24/7.

They have a reasonable array of equipment, tidy facilities and are good value for money. If you’re looking for an entry-level gym that ticks most of the boxes without all the glitz and glam, Plus Fitness is a good option.

The no sign-up fee is also great for those not wanting to fork out large amounts of money upfront and in addition, Plus Fitness offer you the ability to suspend your membership for up to 3 months a year.

They also offer a free 7-day trial so that you can give the facility a go before you commit to signing up.