Learn to skate, have a go at padel tennis and join a poolside pride party in your neighbourhood.
There are numerous ways to keep fit in your local area, from visiting our state-of-the-art recreation centres to playing club sports.
Here are just a few ways to move it your way.
Head to the half-pipe
Join a poolside pride party
Discover blind cricket
Slam dunk at streetball
Join in or volunteer with Y Streetball at North Melbourne Community Centre. This feel-good program invites people experiencing hardship, homelessness or disadvantage to get active, and offers free meals and showers.
Go pro with a padel
Lob over to Shed 21 in Docklands to join the padel tennis craze. This fun and inclusive racquet sport is the world’s fastest-growing form of tennis, and Melbourne’s waterside courts are second-to-none.
Tee off at Royal Park
Challenge par at Parkville. The reinvigorated Royal Park Golf Course offers lush surrounds, casual golfing, golf lessons and a new online booking system.
For details of all these activities and many more, visit Active Melbourne.
Pictured: Swordcraft devotees celebrate the opening of Western Pavilion at Royal Park with Lord Mayor Sally Capp, Cr Davydd Griffiths, Cr Jamal Hakim and Cr Dr Olivia Ball