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Walking is a great way to meet new people, see new places and be active and healthy.

Being active on a regular basis is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, and walking is a great way to look after your heart.

Walking benefits

Regular walking helps:

  • Improve physical and mental health by being more physically active
  • Reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke and helps prevent and control diabetes
  • Improve balance and coordination, reducing risks of falls and other injuries
  • Manage weight, blood pressure and blood cholesterol
  • Meet people and make new friends

Join a walking group

Get involved in one of the many Heart Foundation walking groups in Logan for free.

Joining your local group is a great way to meet new people, see new places and get active and healthy. To join a walking group, simple attend one of the sessions below or contact the walk organiser for further information. You can also search for a walking group in your local area by visiting the website and entering your postcode.

Indoor walking groups

Indoor walking groups
GroupContactWalk detailsMeeting place
Woodridge Wanderers07 3209 4826Monday to Friday at 7 amLogan Central Plaza, Logan Central, middle entrance near Venus Cafe

Outdoor walking groups

Outdoor walking groups
GroupContactWalk detailsMeeting place
ATSI Deadly Walking Group3240 8940Wednesday and Friday at 9am (times may vary, please call to confirm start time)Logan Gardens (behind Logan City PCYC)
Berrinba Trail Blazers0472 688 190Monday to Friday at 7amCarpark at Berrinba Wetlands (Wayne Goss Drive)
Daisy Hill0408 181 050Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 3.30pmVarious locations
Loganlea Walkers and Proud of it!

3388 5348

Various days and timesVarious locations
parkrun Berrinba Wetlands (walkers welcome) at 7amBerrinba Wetlands, Wayne Goss Drive, Browns Plains
parkrun Saturday at 7amLogan River Parklands, Blackbird Street, Beenleigh
parkrun Saturday at 7amSpring Mountain Reserve Park, Greenbank
parkrun Saturday at 7am Riverdale Park, Armstrong Road, Meadowbrook
parkrun at 7amUnderwood Park, Underwood
parkrun at 7amDarlington Parklands, Yarrabilba Drive, Yarrabilba
Rochedale Go-Getters0422 445 130Monday and Thursday at 4.30pmGazebo, Underwood Park, 956 Underwood Road, Priestdale
Rochedale South Tagalong Walkers07 3341 5813

Monday to Friday at

Meet at 1st Sign, Underwood Park, 956 Underwood Road, Priestdale
Windaroo Panting Paws

0409 636 117

Sunday at 4.30pm
Dogs encouraged to attend
Windaroo State High School Car Park

Start a walking group

Starting a walking group in your area is fun and easy. You only need one other walker to start a group so if you are interested in creating your own group, please contact Council's Community Development Programming Officer on 3412 3412. You can also become a virtual walker by visiting the website.

Moving is Improving (Slacks Creek Corridor)

Compete with other likeminded people in the same area or around the world. It doesn't matter if you are an Olympic athlete or just want to improve your wellbeing. This is the place for you, a community of people with similar goals. You can walk, jog, run, cycle, push a pram or walk the dog. As long as you have a lifestyle tag and are registered you are good to go.

Your results can be seen on the website or can be sent directly to your smartphone. You can even share with friends. Check stats and see how others compare. Get rewards and offers from participating businesses.

To request your free Lifestyle tag, email or phone (07) 3412 3412.

When it arrives, go to the Moving Is Improving website and register your tag. Fit it to your joggers or walking shoes and you are good to go.

Your time between each timing point is recorded and instantly available to you through the website or to your smartphone. The split times and distances you have travelled are automatically recorded and maintained in an exercise diary. Use the website to see how you compare with others here and at other locations around the world.

More information

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Heart Foundation Walking is funded nationally by Fitbit and the Queensland Government.