This page details both state-wide community physical activity programs as well as the programs available in each local government area.
The Break O'Day Council provides a full list of community events.
The Brighton Alive website lists a range of activities happening in the Brighton municipality.
The Heartmoves program is a gentle physical activity program suitable for anyone who hasn't done any exercise in a while. You can exercise at your own pace in a friendly atmosphere. Heartmoves is run by accredited exercise professionals specifically trained in managing safe, low to moderate intensity physical activity programs.
Find out what's happening in the Central Coast Council area by checking out the calendar of events.
Heart Foundation Walking aims to make regular physical activity enjoyable and easy.
Some community groups are listed on the Circular Head Council's website
Find out about community events
Circular Head has many options for sport and recreation.
Circular Head has plans to develop a community and wellbeing centre.
Find out what's happening -- and even register an event -- on the community calendar.
The Flinders Council recognises that regular physical activity promotes good personal health as well as assists in shaping strong, vibrant and inclusive communities. Find out about being active on Flinders Island.
The Furneaux Region has a wide range of organisations for the community to participate in and be inspired by. Come along and join a community group.
The George Town Council publishes a community directory
Check out the George Town events calendar
George Town has a proud sporting tradition as well as natural assets throughout the municipality that facilitate a wide range of recreational pursuits.
A five kilometre timed run every Saturday at 9am at Kanamaluka Trail, George Town.
The Glenorchy on the Go program consists of specialised physical activity sessions that encourage and support healthy lifestyle changes. It is free (or low cost) for adult residents in the City of Glenorchy. The programs and activities run during weekdays at local community venues and anyone can enrol.
Find out what's on offer at the YMCA
The Glenorchy Mountain Bike Park includes a range of trails including cross country, downhill, mountain cross, dirt jumps and northshore tracks.
The Glenorchy City Council promotes active ageing.
Swim and gym...the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre offers a range of fitness activities.
Healthy Hobart is a free program of sport and other exercise activities
Find out what's on by checking the community events listings.
Hobart offers a wide range of activities to promote positive ageing.
Explore Hobart's parks, reserves and sporting facilities.
The Youth Arts & Recreation Centre is a creative, exciting, safe and engaging space for all young people aged 12 – 25. It’s a great place to meet up with friends, get involved in an art, music or recreation workshop, use the facilities, check out an art exhibition or see a music gig.
Discover King Island's sportsgrounds, parks and reserves
Find out about Kingborough's many local groups.
Kingborough promotes a range of events.
A range of sports, fitness and social activities are available at the Kingborough Sports Centre.
Check out the Youth Programs and Activities.
The City of Launceston’s Leisure and Aquatic Centre offers state of the art facilities including a 50 metre pool and gymnasium.
The City of Launceston hosts a range of events
Walking tracks, bike trails, spaces and initiatives are available to encourage people in Launceston to get active.
Active Launceston aims to get people moving and feeling great through a series of programs and events.
A five kilometre timed Park Run every Saturday at 9 am at Inveresk Precinct, Launceston.
The Sorell Council provides information about activities in the municipality in the Community Services Directory.
Find out about events in Sorell.
Heart Foundation Walking is a network of free community based walking groups and there’s a group in Sorell
The Waratah-Wynyard municipality has the many community groups and activities.
Find out about sporting groups and activities.
The Healthy Communities Initiative will help increase the Cradle Coast community's participation in healthy eating practices and lifestyles; improving the wellbeing of residents at risk of chronic disease.
Waratah-Wynyard has a variety of fantastic scenic walks on offer.
The community calendar provides a list of events happening on the West Coast.
West Coast Council operates two Squash and Fitness Centres
The West Coast Council maintains heated swimming pools in Queenstown, Zeehan and Rosebery.
In 2018 the State Government completed works to several Mountain Bike Trails across the West Coast.
ACTIVE Strahan is a committee focused on improving the physical and mental health of Strahan and the wider West Coast community. The Beach to Bay Fun Run/Walk is organised by ACTIVE Strahan.