Community members are invited to take a step in the right direction to improve their health with Reclink Australia’s come and try sport days.
During the school holidays, Reclink Australia will host three different come and try sporting days, including sailing, to showcase some of the great sport and recreation activities available in the Bundaberg Region.
Reclink Australia’s Adam Yee encouraged young and old community members to test their paddle skills with the come and try pickleball day on Monday 27 June and Tuesday 28 June.
Adam said pickleball was one of the fastest growing sports in the world and Reclink Australia wanted the community to give it a try at the local court.
“Any and all in the Bundy community are welcome to join in for the sessions,” Adam said.
“We hope to engage as many people as we can in the community with sport and rec opportunities – especially those that they might not usually get the chance to try out.
“Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports on the planet and is a sport that is open to all skill levels and abilities as well as being accessible.
“It is two 90 minutes sessions where coaches (or) instructors will give information on the rules and assist with setting up matches after a few short skills sessions.”
Adam said along with the pickleball come and try days on 27-28 June, community members would also be given the opportunity to try their skills at badminton and sailing.
“We are also hosting two other come and try days in Bundy with badminton at the PCYC on Tuesday 28th and a sailing event on Thursday 30th,” he said.
“As with the pickleball event, all are free to the Bundaberg community.”
Adam said all sporting equipment would be provided and participants just had to ensure they turned up in appropriate clothing and a hat.
The all abilities and ages free school holiday come and try sport days will start Monday 27 June.