No, not mine, but the name of the health club in High St, Armadale. It has been there a long time. It used to have ground level parking underneath and I swam in the pool there a couple of times in the early eighties. Later it was owned partly by Ranald McDonald, one time editor of The Age and later an ABC radio broadcaster. It went broke then as did he, but he had plenty of resources to fall back on.
It was redeveloped into something suitable for the inhabitants of Malvern and now must be very 'nice'.
I don't actually know it is very nice but I figure it must be as the four wheel drives clamour for a park outside the door. It does amuse me how the drivers of said vehicles must get a park space nearby. Horror of horrors, maybe they would have to walk to the gym. 'Dahling, the only walking I do is on a walking machine under the supervision of my trainer' .
While we are pressured to work out at a gym and have great bodies, can I suggest, go out and walk. Walk lots, look, see, learn, observe. It will keep you fit enough and keep your brain fit as well. Don't forget to stop for a refreshment break along the way.