The Active Melbourne program encourages all residents, city workers and visitors to be active regardless of age, gender, culture or ability.
The Bourke St stairs at Southern Cross Station have been transformed into a scenic garden to motivate commuters to ditch the escalator and take the stairs.
Personal trainers wishing to use Melbourne’s parks and open spaces must apply for a permit via the online event permit application form.
Our easy-to-use directory contains recreation and sporting opportunities in the City of Melbourne.
Each year, more than 70 community sports clubs apply for permits to use the wide range of sports fields available in the City of Melbourne.
Community grants are provided to not for profit sports and community organisations, and schools to improve people’s quality of life.
Melbourne City Baths
Nth Melbourne Rec Centre
Kensington Rec Centre
Nth Melbourne Comm Centre
Where to skate
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See more walking, cycling and skating
Phone: +61 3 9658 9658
Email: Contact us online
90-120 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Fax: +61 3 9654 4854
National Relay Service:
(ask for 03 9658 9658)
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