Live Well Logan
Start your active and healthy lifestyle today through Council's Live Well Logan program. See the booklet below to find a for a free or low cost activity designed to suit everyone; regardless of your age, gender, mobility or work schedule. Please contact the activity provider directly for booking information or if you have any queries.
The current Live Well Logan program is effective from 10 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
The new 2018/19 program (PDF 8669 KB) commences on Monday 16 July 2018 with more exciting health and wellbeing activities.
Changes to the program
|Family Fitness||Logan City PCYC||Thursdays||Program cancelled|
|Pilates||Logan Metro Sports Centre||Mondays||10.30am to 11.30am|
If you are attending a Live Well Logan activity for the first time, you will be required to complete a registration form prior to participation. A copy of the registration form (PDF 281 KB) is available at every activity.
Be Rewarded - Live Well Logan Reward Scheme
Participating in Council's Live Well Logan program can be even more rewarding! Join our reward scheme to go into a quarterly draw to win a Live Well Logan prize pack. All you need to do is:
- Collect a reward card from your activity provider.
- Gain a stamp for every Live Well Logan activity session you attend.
- Enter the draw by sending your completed reward card to us in the mail.
- Claim your Live Well Logan prize pack if you are successful in the quarterly draw.
Winners will be contacted by phone or email.
For information about an activity contact the activity provider directly.
If you are interested in becoming a Live Well Logan provider or for any other enquiries, contact the Live Well Logan team by emailing email@example.com.
Service providers will need to complete the 2018 Term 3 Reporting.
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
- 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.