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Enhance your New Year resolutions for health and fitness with the Redlands Coast Healthy & Active Program.

Set to kick off with a jam-packed timetable of activities on 29 January, Redland City Council’s popular group exercise program will again offer a diverse range of low-cost activities across Redlands Coast, at just $5 per person, per session.

This year, the program introduces some new activities, including ninja warrior, cardio tennis and Billy’s Buddies – a children’s Rugby League based program founded by former Queensland Origin great Billy Slater.

Also returning are the very popular Zumba classes, as well as many different health and fitness programs to cater for all levels.

Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council had received great feedback from participants about the program of mostly outdoor activities.

“Our Redlands Coast Healthy & Active Program is making a positive impact on the community,” she said.

“Many residents embrace the program to try new activities and schedule regular exercise into their busy lives.

“We continue to see solid participation, with about 1500 people taking part in more than 20 different activities during Term 4 last year.”

Cr Williams encouraged people to book early for the 2019 program, as places were limited.

“A ten session pass (for the price of nine) will also be available for purchase at the first session or online,” she said.

“Again, a broad range of activities inclusive of all abilities and experience is on offer – most with wet weather contingencies – with online registration through Team App.

“If you’re ready to move more and be active for life – or keen to continue on your journey – visit

for this term’s full schedule and information on the range of weekly activities.”

• Mayor Karen Williams is encouraging the community to make the most of the beautiful Redlands Coast outdoors and take part in the Redlands Coast Healthy & Active program.

Photo: Redland City Council

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