Belgravia Leisure’s excellence in water safety and the prevention of drowning deaths has been highlighted in two reports recently released by industry organisations as we head into the busy summer season.
Learn to swim programs run by Belgravia Leisure in 2019 contributed an economic benefit of $19.4 million in the area of preventing deaths by drowning, according to a report into social value by data organisation ActiveXchange.
Like every business across Australia and New Zealand, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone, including those who work in or frequent health and leisure facilities. As instructed by Government, dRead More
The Empowered Woman Awards is a celebration of the success of women in business and leadership. Nominations are open to talented leaders, whether they are emerging in their field or have long-establisRead More
International Women’s Day is this Sunday, March 8, and we at Belgravia Health and Leisure Group are marking the day by celebrating the achievements and increasing visibility of our female leaders. TRead More
On Thursday February 13 2020, The Belgravia Foundation wrapped up its third annual Inspiration Breakfast. The Breakfast was hosted by Olympic gold medalist, world champion and former world record-holdRead More
BelgraviaPRO, the tourism and holiday parks management subsidiary of the Belgravia Health and Leisure Group, has been awarded the tender to manage the First Sun Holiday Park and Suffolk Beachfront HolRead More