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Girls Get Active

The Girls, Get Active! program offers a range of affordable, accessible and enjoyable physical activities for girls and women in the City of Logan. We encourage all girls and women living in the City of Logan to get active and participate in the various activities and programs on offer.

All Girls, Get Active! activities are:

  • Free or very low cost
  • Designed to suite a variety of ages
  • Open to all skill levels
  • Delivered by qualified instructors in a safe and friendly environment.

Program

The Girls, Get Active! program will begin on Tuesday 3 October 2017 and finish on Saturday 2 June 2018. This program will run during school term only, and not on public holidays.

Registration form

If you are attending a Girls, Get Active! activity for the first time, you will be required to complete a registration form prior to participation.

A copy of the registration form will be available at every activity. All participants are required to complete one registration form per activity and provide the completed form to the activity provider of their chosen activity. 

You can download the registration form (PDF 41 KB) in advance.

Further information

For information about an activity, or to book an activity, please contact the activity provider directly. For other enquiries contact Council by phone (07) 3412 3412.

Other 'female only' activities in Logan

Watch this space for continually updated information on the number of other 'female only' activities and programs that are offered within the City of Logan.

Related council programs

  • KRANK School Holiday Program - KRANK is a school holiday program for Logan residents aged 5-17 years and it is jam-packed with a huge variety of free and low cost activities and classes
  • Live Well Logan - The Live Well Logan Program offers a variety of physical activities and healthy living programs for everyone to enjoy all year round. These activities are all free and low cost.
  • Walking Groups - walking is a great way to meet new people, see new places and be active and health.
  • Community Gardening - Community gardens help to improve the health and wellbeing of the community, foster a sense of community, provide increased opportunity for social connectedness and intergenerational exchange and provide skills development and learning opportunities.

The Queensland Government provided joint funding to Logan City Council to deliver the Girls, Get Active! Program to get women and girls active for life.