Situated between the Moore Park golf course and the Centennial Parklands Sports Centre, the original sandstone landmark has been cleverly renovated and restored to become a state-of-the-art gym and group fitness space.
The historic building’s restoration and reuse has been overseen by Greater Sydney Parklands and the facility will be operated and managed by Clublinks, who also manages Moore Park Golf and Centennial Parklands Sports Centre.
Clublinks Chief Executive, Anthony Lawrence believes the unique offering of the Toll House will be a hit for those passionate about health and wellness, combining a unique history with modern facilities in a centrally located area.
“We are so proud to be operating such an exceptional and unique facility that holds such a strong history in the development of Sydney, recently transformed into a contemporary and fresh fitness facility.
“The Toll House can host both high energy interval training sessions in the fresh open-air courtyard through to tranquil reformer Pilates classes within the confines of the 150yr+ heritage walls. Not many facilities can boast a similar sensory offering.
“Our aim for the space was to combine sophisticated sleek with legacy charm, which paid homage to the contrast of heritage listed building, comprising high calibre modern equipment and classes.
“Clublinks have been the managing operators of Moore Park Golf since 2009 and we’re excited to be given the opportunity by our partners Greater Sydney Parklands to bring this previously unutilised special building back to life.”
The Toll House’s boutique facility will offer both high-quality performance TechnoGym equipment and group fitness classes for beginners through to advanced. Classes on offer include Reformer Pilates, Yoga, Spin, HIIT, Boxing, and Mobility.