Healthy & Active Community
Regular physical activity is an important part of being healthy and staying active. Council is committed to fostering a healthy and active community, particularly encouraging more families to be active together.
Programs like this give people the chance to
meet and make new friendships
(Group workout sessions in the park participant)
Starting 29 January - Download the booklet today!
Before you start:
- See your GP for a full medical check-up
- Ask a friend or family member to join with you
How do I register?
For some activities bookings are essential. Others you can simply show up. Please refer to the details of each activity and contact the provider prior to attending your first session. You will be required the sign your attendance at the session.
What do I need?
- Comfortable clothes
- Hat and sunscreen if the session is outdoors
- Water Bottle
Disclaimer - Please remember to see your doctor for a full medical check-up before starting any physical activity program. All activities within this program are provided by third parties, not by Scenic Rim Regional Council. Scenic Rim Regional Council takes no responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, costs, expenses, liability claim, demands, actions, proceedings, injury (including death) or dispute due to or arising out of, directly or indirectly, the actions or omissions (whether wilful, negligent or otherwise) of Council (including any Officer) or any participant (including yourself) or any third-party provider.
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 reference tools for Council and the community. They contain valuable consultation information and data to track overall trends and performance.
Primary Health Networks have been established to increase 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.