Skip to content

Your client experience

Helpful information about your visit


Consulting at two locations:

Marion Sports Physio – SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre, 443 Morphett Rd, Oaklands Park

Shoot HQ, 1A Myer Court, Beverley


SA AQUATIC & LEISURE CENTRE Free parking available in nearby Kildonan Ave or Diagonal Way and cross at the traffic lights, or use the multi-storey car park with access from Morphett Rd or Milham St, or park behind the Marion Cultural Centre

BEVERLEY On street parking in Myer Court or nearby McLean or Main streets


SA AQUATIC & LEISURE CENTRE Use the Main Entry, reception will guide you towards the physio rooms – follow the Physio signs past the Event Entrance, turn towards the main pools then the Quiet Zone corridor adjacent the main lap pool, we are in with the Swimming SA office
BEVERLEY Enter Shoot HQ front doors, go through to the courts, and you’ll see the stairs on the back of the office, come up and take a seat in the Athlete Lounge.
  • masks are no longer compulsory but you are welcome to wear one if you wish, continue to sanitise your hands, and maintain 1.5m physical distancing.


We require ideally 24 hours, but minimum 6 hours notice to cancel a booking, giving us time to offer that consult to someone on our wait list.

Late cancellations or failing to attend may attract a cancellation fee.

Wait List

If you can’t find a suitable time, ask to be added to our wait list for the times that work for you, and we’ll do our best to help you.


We have HICAPS and EFTPOS, meaning you can claim on the spot from most private health funds if you have Extras cover, and pay the remainder by card. No cash, sorry.

What to bring

Please bring your own towel if you will be using the gym space for your physio rehab.

Also bring anything you feel is relevant – a referral letter (if you have one, not essential), Doctor’s letters, scans or reports, claim numbers for work or motor vehicle injury claims, card numbers for DVA and Medicare Care Plan treatment

What to wear

We want to watch how you move and also use hands on treatment, so wear comfortable clothes like a singlet and shorts / tights so we can provide quality care to your sore areas.