Be Healthy and Active 2017 has finished for the year. Expressions of Interest for next year's program will be released on 28 August 2017. For more information about the program, phone Council on 5540 5111.
Youth Bushwalk - 2.6KM guided hike through rainforest grove and side trip to lookout. Explore and learn about our fascinating nature playground. Bring morning tea and water. Further details on booking. 7 –10 years.
Date and Time: Wednesday 5 July Meet at 9.30AM – 12NOON
Where to meet: The Knoll , Knoll Road North Tamborine
Bookings Essential: 54634 114
Regular physical activity is an important part of being healthy and staying healthy. Scenic Rim Regional Council is committed to fostering a healthy and active community, particularly encouraging more families to be active together.
Sport and recreation is important to the communities that make up the Scenic Rim. Please use the navigation panel to the left to view what types of healthy activities are available to you.
Scenic Rim Regional Council Health and Wellbeing Plan 2015-2020
In 2010 Scenic Rim Regional Council prepared two strategic plans - a Social Plan 2010-2020 and a Sport and Recreation Plan 2010-2020. Both plans recommended a review in 2015. As the two plans shared many common goals and objectives, the review resulted in the merging of the two documents into the Scenic Rim Health and Wellbeing Plan 2015-2020 which better reflects the social, health, sport and recreation needs of the region. The two original plans will remain important resources to track trends and overall performance. Scenic Rim region remains the second fastest growing LGA in SEQ and the fourth fastest State wide as a percentage of the population. This further reinforces the importance of having effective plans and strategies to address the needs of a growing population while protecting the health and wellbeing of our local community.
Scenic Rim Regional Council Social Plan 2010-2020
The Social Plan (Incorporating a Social Health Plan) is a partnership project between Council, the Logan Beaudesert Health Coalition and the Scenic Rim community.
Click here to view the Social Plan.
Update on Social Plan - 2013/2014
Update on Social Plan - 2012/2013
Update on Social Plan - 2011/2012
Update on Social Plan - 2010/2011
Scenic Rim Regional Council Sport and Recreation Plan 2010-2020
The Scenic Rim Regional Council Sport and Recreation Plan is an opportunity for Council to maintain and protect the region's diversity of sporting facilities, improve parks for locals and visitors, enhance play spaces for children and young people, further develop connecting pedestrian cycle/paths and promote access to natural areas for recreation.
Click here to view the Sport and Recreation Plan.
Update on Sport and Recreation Plan - 2013/2014
Update on Sport and Recreation Plan - 2012/2013
Update on Sport and Recreation Plan - 2011/2012
Update on Sport and Recreation Plan - 2010/2011
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PRIMARY HEALTH NETWORKS
Primary Health Networks (PHNs) were established on July 1st 2015 with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes, and improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Darling Downs and West Moreton Primary Health Network (PHN)
Brisbane South Primary Health Network (PHN)
Gold Coast Primary Health Network
HEALTH AND HOSPITAL LINKS
West Moreton Health & Hospital
Gold Coast Health & Hospital
Metrosouth Health & Hospital
Health & Fitness Age calculator- Healthier-Queensland Government
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