Recreation programs

Check out a range of interesting and fun ways to stay healthy, active and connected in the Moreton Bay region. The guide and programs explore a range of free, subsidised and low cost physical activities and healthy living opportunities to get you moving and living healthy.

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Currently running

Active Holidays

An amazing range of activities for children and youth aged 3-17 years to enjoy during the school holidays.
Runs during school holidays: January, April, June/July and September/October  

Adventure

Adventure has something for everyone. Adults and families will relish the opportunity to experience a range of low cost physical activities, recreation, health inspired workshops and sports delivered right here in the Moreton Bay Region.
Runs every year: March - May
Healthy & Active Moreton

iMove

The 2016/17 iMove directory offers more than 250 local activities to help keep you and your family active, healthy and connected with the community.
Ramp Up

Ramp Up

Ramp Up is a free skateboard and scooter program for youth 5 to 15 years who go to school or live in the Moreton Bay Region. Sessions are held at skate parks throughout the region. Check out program details to find your nearest session.
Runs every year: August - June

Upcoming

Older & Bolder

Older & Bolder

For people 50 years and over, looking to stay active and healthy. An opportunity to experience and enjoy passive, adventurous and cultural activities. A great way to meet new people!
Runs every year: September - November
Spring in Your Step

Spring in Your Step

Local fitness providers will deliver a variety of fun and fresh activities to encourage adults and families of all levels of fitness to get involved.
Runs every year: October - November

Other activities supported by council

Heart Foundation Walking

Heart Foundation Walking

Council coordinates many walking groups (in conjunction with the Heart Foundation) across the region, to motivate people to walk more often. Also, see information on walking.
   O'tag

O'Tag Timing System

The O’Tag timing system records your walking, jogging, running and cycling times and will enable you to improve your health and fitness as you compete against your previous personal best

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