Welcome to Curves Kilsyth

Welcome to Curves Kilsyth, we have been part of the local community here since 2006 and we  pride ourselves on quality service and advice. Sometimes the hardest part for you  is stepping through the door. So  come  in and meet our friendly staff and check out our Gym and also meet some of our amazing members. We are a very friendly and community driven  gym. Life long friendships have been made here and will continue to be made here. We always have a qualified Coach on the circuit to keep you motivated so you can get the most out of your 30 minute workout. We are located at 14 Collins Place, Kilsyth which is a little shopping strip on the corner of Durham Road and Mount Dandenong Road opposite Kilsyth Primary School

Curves Kilsyth

14 Collins Place,
Kilsyth, VIC, 3137

📞 3 9725 6060

06:00AM - 11:30AM, 03:00PM - 07:00PM
06:00AM - 11:30AM, 03:00PM - 07:00PM
06:00AM - 11:30AM, 03:00PM - 07:00PM
06:00AM - 11:30AM, 03:00PM - 07:00PM
06:00AM - 11:30AM, 03:00PM - 06:00PM
08:00AM - 11:30AM


Welcome  to Curves Kilsyth where our friendly staff are here to help you. All our coaches are Qualified in Cert III and Cert IV in Fitness, we also hold current CPR and First Aid Certificates. If you are looking for a Weight Management program we are also fully Qualified Curves Complete Coaches. We look forward to helping you reach your goals whatever they maybe.

Julie Roberts

Owner and Manager

Dee Wood

Circuit Coach

Mandy Payne

Circuit Coach

Lyn Cann

Circuit Coach

Leanne Jarrott

Circuit Coach

Leah Ryan

Circuit Coach


I would like  to introduce you to two of our wonderful and inspirational members Judith and Debbie. Judith has lost 99cm, 25.80kg and 6.8% body fat in 12 months and has completed 118 workouts. Debbie has lost 71.5cm, 12.60kg and 3.5% body fat is just 4 months and completed 66 workouts. Both members have had amazing success on Curves Complete and both are still on their weight loss and fitness journey. Check out their amazing before and after  photos and heart felt stories

Judith Patten

Every achievement begins with a decision

At the start of 2014, when I took early retirement, one of my goals was to address my lifelong weight management issues. Previously I had been successful at losing weight only to find, as time went by, that bad habits would return and I would end up heavier than I had ever been. With a family history of diabetes, and health concerns of my own, it was evident that I needed to do something soon!

I began the year quite well, eating more wisely and walking my dog regularly. However, as winter approached, I found myself finding excuses. Procrastination was high on my list. My low point came in June. When asked by my specialist how I was going with daily exercise, I had to admit that it was “not happening”. I left that appointment extremely disappointed in myself, with a strong desire to have something decadent to eat on the way home. Fortunately, I did not succumb to this desire and instead made the decision to join Curves, having previously been told by a work colleague how beneficial it had been for her.

Here I am now, having celebrated my 12-month anniversary, 26 kg closer to a healthier weight. I have dropped 3-4 dress sizes and, when clothes shopping, no longer need to look in the ‘Plus’ section. Yeah! My increase in energy means I comfortably average 15,000 steps a day. I even plan my day’s schedule around my daily walks and Curves sessions. Who would have thought this was possible?

Has the year been easy? When I started, I struggled to even manage 5,000 steps a day. The thirty seconds on the machines seemed to end before I had even managed a few repetitions. How was I going to drink 2 litres of water, without including my endless cups of tea and coffee? I had to bribe myself to make sure that I came to four Curves sessions each week.

How did I manage it? I had to keep the end in sight and not always focus on the numbers on the scales. In particular, it helped to remember where I had come from. I tried each week to do better than I had done the week before, whether it was adhering to the meal plan, daily steps or repetitions on the machines. It was also important for me not to be too hard on myself when other factors, such as abdominal surgery and an extended stay with my sister, prevented me from achieving my weekly or monthly goals. I just had to readjust my plan accordingly.

Has it been worth it? In one word, certainly! My body thanks me. I have regained both strength and the range of movement that a sedentary lifestyle was stealing away from me. I have significantly lowered my blood pressure and my metabolism has improved considerably.

I know that, with the help of Curves, I have made lifestyle changes that will enable me to not only lose the remaining weight, but to also maintain it long-term. I am so confident of this fact that I have already given away my ‘fat’ clothes.

Judith Patten


The dayI walked into Curves in Kilsyth I was feeling tired, depressed and just really unwell, I had decided that now was the time to do something for myself and I was going to do something about it. The moment I walked in the door I felt like I was now somewhere that I needed to be, the staff were fantastic, really welcoming and made me really comfortable. I set my mind to doing this and have not looked back since,

Curves Complete has given me not only more energy but more self-confidence as well and I also sleep a whole lot better too.

Since I joined up I have so much more energy and have achieved so much more than I ever thought I could, I even recently climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge and am now in training for a 35km walk!

The program is really easy to follow, if there is something that I don’t like I just change it, easy peasy.. My whole family loves the Curves complete meals that we are now cooking.

The support and encouragement I have received from the staff and the members at Kilsyth is totally amazing, they keep me inspired and motivated.

Since joining Curves Kilsyth almost 5 months ago i have lost 13.3kg and 70+ cm. I am still going strong and really loving life now.

Debbie Clements

Our Photo Album

We like to support the local community with helping out at their local festivals. We also support local Charities, each year we collect Christmas presents for The Gateway Foundation which is a local charity that houses families escaping domestic violence. We also have fun in the club with footy fever days and dance theme days. When you are a Curves member you can travel to any Curves in the world as Natalie did in 2017 to Japan. We recoginse every workout that you do, as you can see below Sue has completed 2200 workouts.

We also have Body Basic Circuits which are a lot of fun. Please note timetable below with times and types of circuits. Come and try out your moves with Dance and Tone or Zumba or you may want to try our Box and Tone Circuit. Or for sometime different try our Yoga Inspired Balance Circuit.

Body Basic Balance Circuit

Supporting The Mooroolbark Festival

Members have donated Christmas presents to The Gateway Foundation for Domestic Violence

Natalie and her friend working out in a Japan Curves

Supporting the Kilsyth Community Festival

AFL Grand Final day at Curves

We asked the members what they loved about Curves Kilsyth and this is what they had to say!

Our highest achiever Jo on 2300 workouts