Nathan Fitness Centre is open to university students, staff and the local community

There is a complete range of workout equipment for you to use, including treadmills, exercise bikes, cross trainers, leg press machine, squat rack, weight benches, weights, multi-station gym, rowing machines and more.

Change rooms, showers and lockers are also available for your use.

Please make sure you have read our guidelines before your first session.

Fitness centre features

Premium membership benefits

Resistance training equipment

Cardio equipment

Group fitness

Functional fitness

Personal training

Premium membership

Take advantage of our Premium Membership and gain access to a range of fitness facilities across Griffith's Nathan and Mt Gravatt campuses. Special prices are available for current Griffith University students.

Personal training

Get fit with a trainer for as little as $30 per session when you sign up for ongoing sessions.

Group fitness

We offer a huge range of classes to suit, regardless of your fitness level. Our latest group fitness timetable is now available.

Opening hours

Monday – Thursday 6 am – 8 pm
Friday 6 am – 7 pm
Saturday 8 am – 12 pm
Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm

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Contact us

Nathan Fitness Centre enquiries

(07) 3735 3628

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