Following the success of last year’s Ewing Park trial, residents can again be active at night under light during the winter months.
Ewing Park oval (located on Havlin Street West), together with North Bendigo’s Shadforth Park soccer pitches and Heathcote’s Barrack Reserve netball court, will be lit up from 5.30pm – 8pm seven days a week until the start of daylight savings.
The Healthy Heart of Victoria initiative is also offering four weeks of free, general exercise sessions to cater for all fitness levels:
Many outdoor spaces across the City are open for the community to use for free. AND the lights will be on from 5.30pm-8.00pm every night over winter at some of our outdoor spaces! Following the success of last year’s Ewing Park trial, you can be active at night under light at:
The lights will be on until the start of daylight savings thanks to the City of Greater Bendigo and Healthy Heart of Victoria.
At times there will also be some formal sports training taking place at the participating reserves and
residents are encouraged to use the space when training is not underway.
From Monday May 23, 2022 Healthy Heart of Victoria is offering residents a range of free,
general exercise sessions to cater to all fitness levels over a four-week period at all venues.
The one-hour sessions will take place at:
The exercise sessions will be guided by qualified instructors to help encourage people to be active in
outdoor recreation spaces. More information coming soon.
To help you be active in our outdoor spaces, Healthy Heart of Victoria has developed some free fitness program resources for all levels and abilities.
Programs have been created for:
Feel free to download the program appropriate for you and get active!
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