Age proves to be no barrier at Noosa Leisure Centre

NOOSAVILLE'S Wallace Park is home to a wide range of activities for seniors.

Nestled behind the hill in Wallace Park is Noosa Leisure Centre, hosting activities morning, noon and night, with many aimed at keeping our local seniors active, fit and healthy.

Noosa Leisure Centre offers a comprehensive Group Fitness Program catering for all ages and abilities.

Health research promotes the "move it or lose it" motto and staying active is a great way to help ward off health issues such as obesity, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes and heart disease.

Noosa Leisure Group Fitness classes are designed with seniors in mind - they're varied and interesting, with welcoming, mature and caring instructors, and affordable prices.

Check out the current Group Fitness Timetable and full information at www.noosa.qld.gov.au/nlc or phone 5329 6550.

There is also a multitude of social senior sports and creative groups that meet weekly at the centre including table tennis, badminton, indoor bowls, RIPE dance classes, the creative writers group and the '60s and Better group. All these groups are eager to welcome new participants, no experience necessary.

The Noosa Leisure Centre's cafe is well known for serving up freshly made morning tea and lunch treats and has a relaxed social atmosphere for cappuccinos and catch-ups.

The centre also provides a creche for those seniors on grandparent duty.

Noosa Library Service, Noosa Bridge Club, Noosa Arts and Crafts (Wallace House), Noosa Environment Centre, Noosa Community Care and Endeavour House are also part of the Wallace Park precinct.

Why not make a day of it and come by for a visit?

Noosa Leisure Centre, 9 Wallace Dr, Noosaville

Inquiries: Cathy Simon - NLC co-ordinator, 5329 6550 or cathy.simon@noosa.qld.gov.au.


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