BK’s Gymnastics is anticipating a big increase in what is already one of Australia’s fastest growing sports as it expands north and opens a centre in outer south-western Brisbane.

BK’s Gymnastics has strategic plans to penetrate and dominate the gymnastics market in Queensland, home to the 2032 Olympics, with its first centre in the state opening in Richlands in September this year and another site to open at Springfield in the coming months.




Following the launch of its franchise model in March this year, BK’s Gymnastics is now fielding approximately 20 serious enquiries per week from interested franchisees, primarily existing gymnastics coaches and those already working in the space.

Critical to its success is the all-inclusive nature of the program offered, with kids as young as three months old able to take part. The new QLD CEO of BK’s Gymnastics, Vicki Flamsteed, said the successful growth of the business was being supported by the all inclusive model.

“BK’s Gymnastics is trying to offer something different – something for those who don’t like team sports, something fun and inclusive,” said Vicki. “For our franchisees, the opportunity represents a chance to own their own business, find better work-life balance and tap into this exciting time for the sport for gymnastics in Australia.”

BK’s Gymnastics Richlands will be managed by experienced gymnastics coach and Program Manager of BK’s Gymnastics, Laura Sereno.



Franchise locations are available in QLD and Australia-wide and footprints range from 400-650m2 with existing indoor sports centres or buildings able to be converted into a BK’s Gymnastics centre. BK’s Gymnastics franchises start from $220k.

For more information visit: https://www.bkgymswim.com.au/ franchise-opportunities/