General faq’s

What are the responsibilities of being a TTGG member?

TTGG members are expected to uphold the Code of Ethics at all times. We also ask that members represent and support the Club by attending events such as competitions, fundraisers and annual general meeting.

Where is TTGG located?

TTGG is located in the Banksia Park Sports Complex on Elizabeth Street. See the Contact page for more information on the location of the Club.

How much will it cost?
  • Each Gymsport is different with all members charged per term, with a sliding scale applied to fees based on the hours an athlete trains.
  • Competitive athletes are required to pay a separate registration fee and in addition there will be compulsory uniform and competition costs.
  • High-performance athletes with a lower athlete to coach ratio are priced on a sliding scale with a different pricing structure. 
Do you offer any sibling/family discounts?


Can we spectator-watch training sessions?

Yes, we have a small seating area in the Main Hall where parents, caregivers, and siblings may sit for the duration of the class. We ask that you do not video or photograph your child’s class without first speaking to the supervising coach.

What should my child wear to class?

Our recreation athletes can wear comfortable clothing with no zips or buttons ie. Leggings, shorts, t-shirts, leotards etc. Long hair should be neatly tied. No jewellery is to be worn. 

Our competitive gymnasts are required to wear appropriate attire as per their respective Gymsports and as requested by their coach. Competition leotards are not to be worn to training except when notified.

What should/shouldn’t my child bring to class?

Please bring a labelled water bottle. 

Please leave all your valuables at home, we are not liable for any loss of valuables such as watches, smart devices, phones, money etc. 

I would like to speak to my child's coach.

Any questions you may have for your child’s coach may be directed at the start or end of class if the coach is available. Parents are not permitted to enter the gym floor. If possible it is best to request a meeting time so that it can be planned into the training session.

Whom should I speak to if I have feedback about classes?

All feedback, both positive and negative, should be directed to the Gymsports manager. Please do not speak with coaches on the floor during class time as it takes away from the time they are able to spend working with the athletes.

What do I do if I am running late to pick up my child?

If you are running late, please call the Club on 8264 9867 so that arrangements can be made to supervise your child until you arrive.

Is the club open on a public holiday?

No, we close for Public Holidays and these days are not charged.

Is there any registration fee?

Non-Competition Gymsports have their registration covered in their term fees this includes Kinder Gym, Pregym and GFA. 

Competition athletes pays an annual registration and insurance fees, which covers your membership with Gymnastics Australia and Gymnastics South Australia.

It provides assurance that you are participating with an affiliated club of Gymnastics Australia for which there are high standards of qualification and compliance.

Your registration and insurance expire December 31st each year and is payable before commencing classes in the new year.

How do I know which class is right for my child?
  • Children under the age of 5 should attend our Kindergym/Pregym program before transferring to our Gymnastics for all (GFA) or Competitive stream. 
  • Anyone over the age of 5 can start with GFA classes they cater for athletes of all ages and abilities.
  • If anyone is highly interested in competitive gymsports they can trial for our national-level competitive program in Women’s or Men’s Artistic Gymnastics, Trampoline, and Tumbling. 
  • If you are currently in a general class and would like to transfer to a competition class, please speak to a senior coach and book your child for an upcoming national level trial.
What is the difference between the General Gymnastics and competition classes?
  • Athletes that attend the general classes are taught with a recreational focus. They get experience on all the equipment and are taught a range of skills. These classes are designed to enable our athletes to have fun and get fit whilst learning gymnastics skills.
  •  The competition classes have a greater focus on advanced skill development and technical proficiency. In these classes, athletes work with highly qualified coaches to prepare them for competitions.
  •  While everyone is welcome to attend any of our general classes, athletes wishing to attend the competition classes join with a much higher commitment. 
Do you offer any classes for teens?

Our Club does not have specific general gymnastics classes for teens. You can log in to our customer portal to browse through the available classes. 

Do you have any classes for adults?

We offer adult classes on Monday and Friday evenings from 8pm to 10 pm.

I have contacted the office, but nobody has called me back!

We have minimal staff rostred during the school holiday period. If our phones are unattended, the call is automatically emailed to memberservices@ttggymsports.com.au with your message as an audio file and your contact phone number as the file name. We will get back to you as soon as possible.  

When will my child be ready to move into competition Gymsports?

If a child shows potential for competition gymnastics you will be notified. If you feel that your child is highly interested in joining the competitive stream, we request you to kindly register for our next scheduled trial before the next term.  https://app.iclasspro.com/portal/ttggymsports/camps/12 

Am I allowed to wear jewellery or hair accessories?

Anything that has the potential to cause injury should not be worn during training. This includes jewellery, piercings, and bobby pins (soft bands are acceptable).

Are athletes allowed to wear glasses during the training?

Normal spectacles that have not been specifically designed for sporting activities need to be kept in place with a band during training.

Do you have lost property?

Yes, we have a lost property bin in the locker room. Unlabelled items that are not collected at the end of term will be donated to charity. These items will be put out the front for a week prior to being donated.

Do you offer birthday parties or holiday programs?
  • Yes we host birthday parties on weekends where your kids can have fun in a safe and assisted environment. 
  • We also offer holiday programs during the school holidays. Please visit our customer portal to browse through our holiday programs.
Do you have Toilet and change rooms?
  • Patrons (including members and parents/guardians) may utilise the bathroom or change room.
  • If a family change room or unisex bathroom is not available, parents/guardians are permitted to take children under the age of six to the bathroom of the parent’s/guardian’s gender.
  • For the privacy of everyone, the use of audio or visual recording devices, including a mobile phone camera, is PROHIBITED in changing areas, bathrooms or toilets.
Do we get makeup lessons for the missed class?

Only Kinder gym and Pre gym are provided makeup lessons upto two in 30 days 

What are national-level trials?

Our coaches assess children when they register their interest to participate in competition Gymsports. 

When your child gets selected our coaches determine which level they are best suited for and will suggest to you the expected days and hours of training required for that gymsport and level. 

This is a very exciting time for a gymnast as they begin to make new friends, train in the same environment along with higher-level athletes and most importantly learn new skills. 

Our coaches programs focus to encourage children to challenge themselves and work on perfecting skills rather than simply achieving them. Physical reparation/conditioning is the focus in every session and your child will be monitored to see how they adapt to the training sessions.
If required we may develop behavioral plans in consultation with parents for some athletes who tend to lose their focus and struggle to concentrate or listen to instructions.