Long Live You General Information & FAQs


What costs are involved?
All classes can be attended on a causal basis for $9.50 per class. If you are planning on attending several classes per week, you can purchase a full-access membership, allowing access to all classes for only $10.50 per week. 3 and 12 month membership terms are available, with flexible payment options. 

Are any of the classes free?
Yes, the Heart Foundation walking group sessions are free to attend - you will just need to register with ALAC to be involved. 

What if I’m under 50?
Unfortunately you will have to wait to join this exciting membership!

Do I need a healthcare or pension card?
No, anyone aged 50 and over can join.

What if I don’t exercise at the moment?
Then this is the program for you! All activities are suitable for beginners with some activities even structured for people who have limited mobility or are recovering from illness or injury.

What if I have an injury?
We have activities suitable for all levels of mobility and fitness. For example, Chair Yoga and Seated Dance are activities that would be suitable for people who are building up to become more active. Our friendly staff and instructors are always around to discuss your needs and help you choose the most suitable activities.

How long do the sessions go for?
The sessions usually run for 45mins – 1 hour. Spend some time after your session enjoying our facilities and have a coffee with friends at the café.

What if I don’t like the classes?
We take all feedback into consideration and if you are unhappy for any reason please see staff at reception so we can understand your concerns and build your advice into future programs.

What do I need to bring/ wear?
Always wear comfortable clothing and sports shoes. We also require all participants to bring a small towel and a water bottle. If you are doing an aqua class you will need your swimmers and a towel, all other equipment is provided. For the walks we would recommend a hat, jacket, water bottle and sun cream.

Can I bring a friend?
Anyone over 50 can attend but they will have to sign up to the membership or purchase a casual visit to access the program.

What facilities are available?
ALAC has great facilities including showers and change rooms. There is also has a café, spa and steam room to relax after your session (extra cost involved).

What are the payment options?
There are 3 payment options, an upfront payment, direct debit or casual entry.

Can I put my membership on hold?

A suspension period of 21 days for 3-month memberships, and 90 days for 12-month memberships can be applied. Each period of suspension must be for a minimum of 7 days. All suspension requests must be submitted by email to: longliveyou@albany.wa.gov.au before the suspension commencement date.

More questions?

Please call ALAC for further information on the following numbers:

Albany – 6820 3401

Or email longliveyou@albany.wa.gov.au