The cooler weather is the perfect excuse to get up and at 'em as part of the upcoming Be Active Be Alive program.
Round two of the 2023 program will begin on 1 May, with more than 100 free fitness classes available for the community to get involved in across eight weeks.
Bundaberg Regional Council Sport and Recreation portfolio spokesperson Cr Vince Habermann said the health and fitness program had already experienced great success this year.
“Round one of the 2023 program was extremely well attended, with many community members utilising our fantastic facilities, parks and providers to kickstart their health and fitness goals,” he said.
“Now that the weather is cooling down, we are anticipating even more people to get involved, get warmed up and get healthy with Be Active Be Alive.”
Cr Habermann said during May and June a range of classes for all skill sets and fitness levels would be on offer.
“From the popular pickleball to disco boxing, aerials, tennis and more, there is plenty to get the heart rate pumping,” he said.
“For those looking for something a little more low key, there will be yoga, mindful movement classes, strength and stretch and Pilates available across the region.”
The Be Active Be Alive Round two program is available to view online here.
About the Be Active Be Alive program
Initiated by Bundaberg Regional Council in 2012, the award-winning free parks and pools program was commenced with the help of State Government funding.
The program continues to be developed and refined under Council's ‘Healthy and Active' charter to provide an inclusive mix of activities across our region's parks, pools and open spaces.
Fitness class types are dependant on fitness provider registrations.