Warrnambool's aquatic and leisure centre AquaZone is now closed to the public.
Warrnambool City Council chief executive Peter Schneider said the decision was made after the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews updates Coronavirus regulations on Sunday.
"The Victorian Government has announced that all non-essential services must close to help stop the spread of COVID-19," Mr Schneider said.
"We have now closed AquaZone while other non-essential Council services will also be shut down over the next 48 hours.
"We will keep the community informed as these services are closed.
"These actions are part of the range of measures required by the State Government which is acting on the latest advice from Victoria's Chief Medical Officer."
Late last week Council shut down Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village and the Visitor Information Centre and various events and programs have been postponed.
"We will, of course, maintain services such as meals on wheels that are absolutely essential for some of the more vulnerable members of our community," Mr Schneider said.
"I would like to thank the Warrnambool community for their understanding as we respond together to the threat posed by COVID-19.
"Remember we all have a part to play in helping to stop the spread of this virus."
An update of Council's sites and services response to COVID-19 can be found at warrnambool.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
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