The CHANGE Project activities

Mum and bub class

Our State (Heart Foundation) and National (Parks & Leisure Australia) award winning CHANGE Project provides residents of the Toowoomba Region with a wide range of low-cost activities to encourage everyone to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. The program provides activities to suit a wide variety of fitness levels. Bookings are required. Click on the blue headings to find activities of interest.

Win a 10 CHANGE Project class pass

Join our e-newsletter to go into the draw (drawn monthly) to win a 10 CHANGE Project class pass. To join, register online here or email

Printable CHANGE Project activity schedule

Download the full activity schedule here: The CHANGE Project activity schedule



Starting: 30 April 2018 (week 3, term 2)

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Are you aged 12-18 years and looking for ways to build confidence and enhance your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing? Join the new, online iNSPIRE program and empower yourself with some important life skills! Over 4 weeks the program will help you to move more, eat well, sleep soundly and manage stress better. Plus you’ll learn how to increase enjoyment of everyday and extra-curricular activities, and how to grow relationships that matter to you. 

You could even win a $200 award (including a Fitbit, iTunes card, healthy cookbook and other healthy living items)!

More information / school visits information:  If you would like to find out more about the iNSPIRE program (including arranging school visits) email



Come along to a FREE 1 hour workshop and learn about evidence-based approaches towards encouraging more optimism, resilience, happiness, mindfulness, connection, zest and meaning into your life. Workshops are held on Saturdays from 10am to 11am and bookings are essential. To book contact Namaste 0429 886 351 or book online here.

2017-18 workshop topics & schedule:

  • Increasing vitality (leading a zestful life) - 14 April 2018 - Toowoomba City Library (level 3, seminar rooms)
  • Meaning & purpose - 2 June 2018 - Toowoomba City Library (level 3, seminar rooms)

Free Flourish meet-ups

Get together with like-minded people and talk about evidence-based approaches towards increasing optimism, resilience, gratitude, mindfulness, positive emotions and much more in your life. Meet-up sessions are held on the 1st Saturday of each month from 10:30am to 11:30am at the Toowoomba City Library (meeting room, level 3), corner of Herries and Victoria Streets.

Meet-up sessions:

  • 7 April 2018 (location moved to Grand Central)
  • 5 May 2018

For more information contact Namaste on 0429 886 351 or

Seed to Feed workshops


Come along to a half day workshop by local horticulturist Brian Sams to learn how to grow your own fruit and vegetables in backyard gardens, patches and pots.

Workshops cost, time and bookings

Workshops cost $5 and are held 9am to 12pm on Saturdays throughout the year. Bookings are essential. To book contact Brian on 07 4696 8033 or book online here.

Remaining 2017-18 workshop schedule:

  • Clifton - 17 March 2018 (Clifton Hall, 10 Meara Place, Clifton)
  • Toowoomba - 5 May 2018 (Toowoomba Organic Community Gardens, 22A Goggs St, Toowoomba)
  • Pittsworth - 23 June 2018 (Pittsworth Community Garden, St Andrews Church Grounds, Hume St, Pittsworth)

All workshops are identical and aimed at beginners wanting to learn how to start growing their own backyard fruit and vegetables. Workshops are designed for adults, however participants 12 years and over are welcome to join in. Participants must wear enclosed shoes.

Everyone who attends a Seed to Feed workshop over 2017-18 will go into the draw to win a session with Brian Sams to boost their veggie patch! The winner of the Brian Sams veggie patch boost from the 2016-17 workshops will be drawn soon.

Become a Seed to Feed volunteer

If you have gardening expertise or an interest in gardening and would like to help others in learning how to grow fruit and vegetables please contact us to find out more about how to become a volunteer.

Social gardening at the Toowoomba community organic gardens

Head down to the Toowoomba community organic gardens' weekly social gardening sessions (Wednesdays 9am to 11.30am) and get your hands dirty in the communal gardening area while learning about organic gardening, permaculture, composting, worm farming, growing your own fruit and vegetables, plus much more.  Meet at the tool shed and ask to speak to a committee representative.

The cost of attending the gardening sessions is only $10 for an entire year.  This also includes complimentary newsletter subscription, social event invitations, as well as the opportunity to hire a plot or just help out in the common areas. No previous experience with gardening is required.

For more information please visit the Toowoomba community organic gardens website or Facebook page.


Family Foodies

Come along to a free workshop by a nutritionist to learn about healthy eating with your family members.  Workshop topics include learning about energy needs, food choices, establishing healthy habits and familymealattablehealthyfoodmaking a healthy snack together.

All participants receive a free Family Foodies Healthy Eating booklet containing healthy recipes and hints and tips for encouraging healthy eating.  Workshops are designed for families with primary-school aged children.  A parent or guardian is required to accompany their child/ren at workshops.

Remaining 2017-18 workshops schedule:

  • Tuesday 10 April 2018, 9.30am - 10.30am - Toowoomba City Library (level 3, seminar rooms)

To book contact Karen on 0423 527 156 or book online here.


foodcentsgoombungeegroup2015spreadoffoodThis is a free Australian Red Cross course run over six weeks. Learn about basic nutrition, ways to shop on a limited budget and how to prepare tasty, easy to make, healthy foods. Courses are fun and social and include an interactive information session followed by cooking a healthy meal.

Courses will be conducted if there is sufficient community interest. If you are interested, contact Christine Steel on 0467 773 328 or via email at 

Watch the following video to find out more about the course.

Looking for something fun to do during the school holidays (and all year round)? Get the kids outdoors to play a new augmented reality game at parks across the Toowoomba region. Download the free Magical Park App and bring your smartphone or tablet to the below Magical Parks sessions at a park near you and discover a digital fantasy land for children and families to explore. 

All Magical Parks activities are free and available at any time. No bookings are required.

magical park pic

Magical Park locations:

  • Cecil Plains (Henry Stuart Russell Park)
  • Clifton (Elsie Jones Park (off Church Street))
  • Crows Nest (Centenary Park)
  • Goombungee (Pioneer Park)
  • Highfields (Peacehaven Park)
  • Kingsthorpe (Recreational Reserve)
  • Millmerran (Millmerran Recreation Reserve - Football Field)
  • Oakey (Gordon Park)
  • Pittsworth (Bridgman Oval)
  • Southbrook (Bicentennial Park)
  • Toowoomba (Newtown Park - near carpark)
  • Toowoomba (Queens Park - near playground)
  • Westbrook (Centenary Park)
  • Yarraman (Errol Munt Sports Reserve)

The Works Bootcamp

Where: USQ Works, 20 Baker Street, Darling Heights 
When: Wednesdays - 5.30pm
Contact: USQ Works, 4688 0700 or
Fee: $5


Where and when: 

  • Frogs Hollow, Queens Park, Toowoomba - Tuesdays, 9:15am
  • Highfields Sport & Recreation Park - Mondays, 9:15am

Contact: Sammy, 0499 911 556 or  
Fee: $3 (children welcome to attend)

Fitness class

Where: 3 Cherry Street, Oakey
When: Tuesdays & Wednesdays - 6.30pm
Contact: Renee, 4691 1700 or 0408 452 094, 
Fee: $5 

HIIT class (for beginners)

Where: Auditorium, Queens Park, Margaret Street, Toowoomba 
When: Thursdays - 4.30pm
Contact: Rebecca, 0400 257 782 or
Fee: $3 each, bookings essential

Ladies fitness class

Where: Victory Life Building, 8 Hume Street, Northlands Shopping Centre, Toowoomba
Thursdays, 5.30 pm
Contact: Ruth, 0401 301 038 or  
Free, bookings essential

Body-weight bootcamp

Where: Highfields Sport & Recreation Park (rugby/cricket clubhouse)
When: Mondays - 9.30am
Contact: Sue 0424 737 858 or 
Fee: $3, bookings required

Pound (drumming fitness)

Where: Hound Dog Fit, 1/23 Evans Street, Pittsworth
When: Wednesdays - 2pm
Contact: Lindy, 4693 1199 or 
Fee: $5




Join a weekly, free 5km walk/run. Perfect for people of all fitness abilities, parkrun is suitable for beginners and experienced runners. Participants are able to walk or run the course. Each week, runs are coordinated by an enthusiastic and dedicated group of volunteers and everyone is welcome to stick around for a coffee and chat afterwards. To help measure your progress towards achieving your health and running goals, parkrun also provides the option for your runs to be timed each week.

Location, times and registration information is included below:


Where: Queens Park (off Lindsay St)
When: Saturdays from 7 am - 8 am
Contact: Margaret, 0407 645 656,
Register: Toowoomba parkrun website


Where: Starting at the canteen area at the Pittsworth Showgrounds
When: Saturdays from 7 am - 8 am
Contact: Jaime, 0437 210 572,
Register: Pittsworth parkrun website


Where: Kratzke Oval, 40 Highgrove Dr, Highfields
When: Saturdays from 7 am - 8 am
Contact: Ian, 0459 587 845,
Register: Highfields parkrun website


Where: Arthur Shooter Park, Stanley St, Oakey
When: Saturdays from 7 am - 8 am (starts 30 September 2017)
Contact: Zoe, 0459 587 845, 
Register: Oakey parkrun website


Where & when:

  • Middle Ridge Park, Toowoomba - Mondays & Wednesdays - 8am; Fridays - 9.30am
  • Queens Park Botanic Gardens, Toowoomba - Mondays & Wednesdays 9.30am; Fridays - 11am
  • Peacehaven Park, Highfields - Mondays & Wednesdays 11am; Fridays - 8am 

Contact: Michelle 0458 111 012 or  
Fee: $3

Bjma Muay Thai (martial arts) $5

Location: St Paul's Lutheran Church Hall (Corner Phillip & James Streets), Toowoomba
When: Monday 5 pm-6 pm, Wednesdays 6 pm - 7.30 pm & Thursdays 5 pm-6 pm
Details: Bookings required. First lesson is free.
Contact: Ron 0408 004 132,

Location: Westbrook Hall (114 Main Street), Westbrook
When: Wednesday 6 pm - 7.30 pm, Thursdays 6 pm - 7.30 pm
Details: Bookings required. The first lesson is free.
Contact: Ron 0408 004 132,

Location: Sacred Heart School Hall (Cnr Tor and North Streets), Wilsonton
When: Tuesday 6 pm - 7 pm, Thursdays 6 pm - 7 pm
Details: Bookings required. The first lesson is free.
Contact: Ron 0408 004 132,

Muay Thai Kickboxing (martial arts) $5

Location: Oakey Cultural Centre, Campbell St, Oakey
When: Mondays and Wednesdays, 5.30 pm - 6.15 pm
Contact: Jody 0439 913 254 or 
Details:  Adults $5, Kids $4

Ladies introduction to self defence (martial arts)

Where: Botanic Gardens, Queens Park, Toowoomba
When: Mondays 4.15 pm - 5 pm
Contact: Sherrilyn, 0431 012 048,

Active seniors

Location: Brodribb Retirement Village, 13 Goggs St, Newtown
When: Tuesdays, 11 am - 11.45 am
Contact: Jan, 0400 270 334,
Details: $5

Turn back time (over 55's) - boxing

Where: The Fridge, 59 Brook St, Toowoomba
When: Mondays (boxing) - 9 am
Contact: Shelley, 0409 581 616,
Details: $5

Turn back time (over 55's) - restorative stretch & meditation

Where: The Fridge, 59 Brook St, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays 9 am & Saturdays 7 am
Contact: Shelley, 0409 581 616,
Details: $5

Turn back time (over 55's) - circuit

Where: The Fridge, 59 Brook St, Toowoomba
When: Thursdays (circuit) 11 am
Contact: Shelley, 0409 581 616,
Details: $5

Revitalise it

Details: Monthly sessions supporting seniors in maintaining healthy and happy bodies and minds
Where: The Fridge, 59 Brook St, Toowoomba 
When: Once a month
Cost: $5
Contact: Shelley, 0409 581 616,


The Energise classes are tailored for all fitness levels. For information on what the Energise classes are all about, watch the following video:


Location: St Monica's Parish Hall, 73 Lorrimer Street, Oakey
When: Fridays, 7.30 am - 8.30 am
Contact: Cass, 0429 888 892,  
Details: $5

Location: Clubhouse Highfields Sport & Recreation Park, Cabarlah Park Road, Highfields
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 am - 9 am
Contact: Jan, 0400 270 334,
Details: $3

Location: Newtown Park, Holberton Street, Newtown
When: Fridays, 8 am - 9 am
Contact: Jody, 0402 144 527,
Details: $3

Location: Laurel Bank Park, Hill Street, Toowoomba
When: Mondays and Wednesdays, 8 am - 9 am
Contact: Jody, 0402 144 527,
Details: $3

Location: Shapes Women's Gym, Central Plaza, Highfields (opposite Coles)
When: Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30 am - 10.30 am
Contact: Jan, 0400 270 334, 
Details: $5

Location: Brownesholme Village, Highfields Rd, Highfields
When: Tuesdays, 9.30 am - 10.15 am
Contact: Jan, 0400 270 334, 
Details: $5

Location: Willows Health & Lifestyle Centre, 55-57 Kitchener St, Toowoomba
When: Mondays 1.30 pm - 2.30 pm, Wednesdays 11 am - 12 pm & Fridays 11.15 am - 12.15 pm
Contact: Ashley, 07 4638 3777,
Details: $3

Location: Crows Nest Community & RSL Centre,William St, Crows Nest
When: Mondays, 11 am - 12 noon
Contact: Jan, 0400 270 334, 
Details: $3

Hatha Yoga

Location: Zama Yoga, 67 Ramsay St, Toowoomba
When: Saturdays, 4 pm - 5 pm
Contact: Selena, 0435 757 326,
Details: No bookings required. Please bring a mat and towel (mats also available to hire for $2). 
Cost: $5

Kids Yoga

Where: Picnic Point, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays, 4 pm - 4.30 pm
Contact: Aleea, 0417 767 223,
Details: $3 

Heart Foundation walking groups

Heart Foundation Walking Groups are led by volunteer walk organisers. Joining a walking group is a free, fun, social and easy way to be active. There are many Heart Foundation walking programs in our region that you can join.


If you’re interested in joining or finding out more about the below walking groups please contact the Walk Organiser on the contact details provided below.

Cambooya Ladies Walking group: Post office, Cambooya
When: Thursdays, 6 am (60 minute walk)
Contact: Alecia, 0401 033 348,

Pittsworth Walkers: Steele Street, Pittsworth
When: Thursdays, 3.30 pm (60 minute walk) 
Contact: Merle, 0416 013 020

Highfields Hoofers: Rotunda, Peacehaven Park (Kuhls Rd), Highfields
When: Mondays and Thursdays, 5 pm (60 minute walk)
Contact: Jan, 0447 710 441,
Click here to join the Highfields Hoofers online

Goombungee Women out Walking group: Goombungee Public Hall, Edward St, Goombungee
When: Thursdays, 5 pm (60 minute walk)
Contact: Bernadette, 07) 4696 5066
Click here to join the Goombungee Women Out Walking Group online

Crows Nest Flat Landers: Post Office, Crows Nest
When: Monday to Friday, 5.45 am
Details: 60 minute walk
Contact: Evelyn, 07 4698 1274
Click here to join the Crows Nest Flat Landers Group online

Toowoomba Hearty Ramblers: Corner Crotty and Hume Sts, Centenary Heights
When: Monday to Friday, 6 am
Details: 30 minute walk
Contact: Judy, 07 4635 9059
Click here to join the Toowoomba Hearty Ramblers Group online

Harlo Walkers: Harlaxton Neighbourhood Centre, Harlaxton
When: Tuesdays (times vary)
Details: 30 minute walk
Contact: Matt, 07 4639 2868,

East Creek OPAP Walkers: East Creek Community Centre, 43 Kitchener St, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays, 8.45 am
Details: 60 minute walk
Contact: Sally-Ann Fischer, 07 4639 2755,
Click here to join the East Creek OPAP Walkers Group online

Toowoomba Central Walkers: Laurel Bank Park, Hill St, Toowoomba  
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.30 am
Details: 30 minute walk
Contact: Barry Herrmann, 0410 217 855,
Click here to join the Toowoomba Central Walkers Group online

Wilsonton Walkers: Heights Community Centre, 16 Wine Dr, Wilsonton Heights
When: Wednesdays 7 am
Details: 30 minute walking group
Contact: Dorothy, 0499 773 454,

Oakey Pavement Pounders: Busiko's Pharmacy, Oakey
When: Thursdays 4.45 pm
Details: 30 minute walk
Contact: Tamara, 07 4691 1062,
Click here to join the Oakey Pavement Pounders Group online

For more information on the Heart Foundation walking groups please watch the following video:

If there isn't a walking group in your area you can start your own group - for more information about starting a walking group contact us.  If you would like to walk on your own you can still join as a 'virtual walker' and track your progress online (and be rewarded for achieving walking milestones the same way as in a group). Become a virtual walker here.

More information can be found on the Heart Foundation website.

Kids soccer - 2 to 5 yrs

Where and when: 

  • Queens Park, Lindsay Street (Tuesdays, 11.30am - 12pm )
  • Mountain View Park, Highfields (Mondays, 1pm - 1.30pm)

Contact: Gingersport, 07 3890 3338,
Details: $3, bookings essential

Rugbytots - 2 to 7 yrs

Where & when: Queens Park, Lindsay St, Toowoomba (Mondays, 9 am - 9.30 am) & Highfields Sport & Recreation Park (Mondays, 10 am - 10.30 am)
Contact: Brennan, 0488 163 083,
Details: $3, bookings required

GETT Fit Kids - 6 to 12 yrs

Where: Lake Annand Park, Long St, South Toowoomba
When: Thursdays, 4.30 pm - 5.15 pm 
Contact: Tash, 0451 438 801,
Details: $3, bookings essential 

Cardio Kids

Where: Hound Dog Fit, 1/23 Evans St, Pittsworth
When: Thursdays, 3.30 pm (during school terms)
Contact: Lindy, 07 4693 1199,
Details: $5, bookings essential

Kids Yoga

Where: Picnic Point, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays, 4 pm - 4.30 pm
Contact: Aleea, 0417 767 223,
Details: $3 

Kids Hula Hooping

Where: Picnic Point, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays, 4.30 pm - 5 pm 
Contact: Aleea, 0417 767 223,
Details: $3 

Jungle Body Konga Kids

Location: Highfields Sports and Recreation Park (Clubhouse) 
When: Wednesdays, 3.30 pm - 4.15 pm 
Contact: Di, 0435 120 548,
$3 (suitable for 6-16yrs)

Location: Trinity Church Hall, 266 Hume St, Toowoomba
When: Tuesdays, 3.30 pm - 4.15 pm
Contact: Di, 0435 120 548,
$5 (suitable for 6-16yrs)

YouthConnect activities

Get together with friends and join upcoming YouthConnect activities, such as skateboarding workshops, pool parties, movie nights and much more! For more information please visit our YouthConnect page.  

Zumba Gold

Location: Highfields Sports and Recreation Park (Clubhouse)
When: Tuesdays 9.30 am 
Contact: Di, 0435 120 548,
Cost: $3
 The design of this class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Perfect for active older adults, absolute beginners & people with injuries or disabilities who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original move you love at a low-intensity.  Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong.

Jungle Body (Burn/Konga) low impact

Location: Highfields Sports and Recreation Park (Clubhouse) 
When: Mondays 6.30pm & Thursdays 9.15 am
Contact: Di, 0435 120 548,
Cost: $3


Laser skirmish fitness

Where: Tobruk Memorial Drive Park, Toowoomba
When: Thursdays, 4 pm - 4.45 pm (fortnightly)
Contact: Barry, 0421 750 877,
Details: $3, suitable for children 7yrs+ and adults, bookings essential


Location: Toowoomba City Library (level 3)
When: Intermediate class: Tuesdays 9.30 am - 11 am; Beginners class: Tuesdays 11.30 am - 12.30 pm & Sundays 10am - 11.30am
Details: For more information visit or call 1300 724 252
Cost: Free

Location: 1E Bernoth Centre, 663 Ruthven St, Toowoomba (below Toyworld) 
When: Wednesdays 7.15 pm 
Contact: Lesleigh, 07 4633 3701,
Cost: Free
Location: Toowoomba City Library (level 3)
When: Wednesdays 5:45pm to 6:45pm
Contact:  Dr Uma,
Cost: Free
Details: For more information contact Dr Uma or visit


Saras - Meditation trainer from The CHANGE Project

People of The CHANGE Project - Saras (volunteer meditation teacher)

We interviewed Saras, the volunteer leader of the free Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes held each week at the Toowoomba City Library.

What inspired you to start your personal journey with meditation?

My journey started in 2000 when I started to do meditation classes. I joined these classes to help me manage work and the general stresses of life. When the provider moved on I saw an opportunity to teach this technique, as I wanted to help others to enjoy the benefits of meditation and have a better life.

How would you describe meditation to people who don’t know what it is?

It’s not what most people think it is – sitting around cross-legged chanting and humming. My meditation classes are practiced while sitting on a chair, and I guide people through some specific actions and thought processes to calm the mind. True meditation is stopping your thoughts and being in the silence. Normally your mind will not allow this silence to happen, but this can be learned quite quickly with regular practice of the type of meditation taught through my classes.

What are the benefits of meditation?

There's a large and growing body of research finding people who meditate regularly gain improved attention and concentration, reduced levels of anxiety, and an overall improved sense of wellbeing. And these benefits seem to be felt after a relatively short amount of practice. Just 10 minutes twice a day is all you need to put aside to practice Sahaja Yoga meditation, and within a matter of a few short weeks you’ll start recognising the wonderful changes within yourself that practicing meditation can bring.

Who attends your classes?

Lots of different people attend my classes – young people to retirees, men and women and people from various cultural backgrounds. Some come to improve their health and wellbeing, others seeking to connect with their inner self.

What are the benefits of your classes?

Encouraging people to meditate daily and then coming together once a week for a collective meditation helps in starting and maintaining a regular meditation practice. At classes we also discuss how to overcome any obstacles they might have to their meditation, how to clear off their stress of the day and come back to being in a balanced state. Sometimes we also watch videos and listen to CDs to help us continue to progress our meditation practice.

How do people attend your class?

Here in Toowoomba, we run meditation classes at the Toowoomba City Library on Tuesdays: Intermediate class from 9.30-11am and Beginners class from 11.30am-12.30pm, and new Beginner classes will start on Sundays, 10am-11:30am from 7 January 2018. Each year classes run for four terms of 8-10 weeks each, with a break in between. Anyone can join the beginners class at any time and no bookings are required.

Outdoor gyms are a great way to get active while enjoying the great outdoors.  Check out an outdoor gym at a park near you:

  • Clifton Elsie Jones Park (2 Alden St)
  • Highfields Kratzke Oval (Lot 12 Kratzke Rd)
  • Oakey Arthur Shooter Memorial Scout Park (Stanley St)
  • Oakey Gordon Park (Lorrimer St)
  • Millmerran Back Creek Park (Lot 5 Gore Hwy)
  • Toowoomba Black Gully (Opp. cnr Holberton & Clearview Sts)
  • Toowoomba East Creek (Kitchener St, near the Visitor Information Centre)
  • Toowoomba Spring St (Cnr Kearney St)
  • Toowoomba West Creek Park & (Creedon Drive Park)
  • Toowoomba Wilsonton Heights Park (Tor St) 

Instructional workout videos

Look for the QR Code on the equipment at East Creek (Kitchener St) & Black Gully parks and scan with your smartphone to watch an instructional workout video (also available below):  

Black Gully gym - aerobic walker


Black Gully gym - bench sit-ups


Black Gully gym - butterfly press



Black Gully gym - leg press


Black Gully gym - leg raises


Black Gully Park gym - modified push-ups


Black Gully Park gym - shoulder press



Black Gully Park gym - step-ups



Black Gully Park gym - stretch station and pull up bar



Black Gully Park gym - upright dips



East Creek Park (Kitchener St) gym - sit-ups


East Creek Park (Kitchener St) gym - cross trainer



East Creek Park (Kitchener St) gym - freer runner



East Creek Park (Kitchener St) gym - chin-ups

Health warning: You should satisfy yourself that you have a suitable fitness level, ability and skill before you undertake an activity.  If you have concerns in this regard, it is recommended that you seek appropriate independent advice, including medical advice.  You should not expect to receive such advice from Toowoomba Regional Council’s members, staff, contractors or agents, nor should you rely on any opinions expressed by them in relation to your fitness level, ability or skill to undertake an activity.

Healthy & Active Directory: Toowoomba Regional Council (“Council”} published the Healthy & Active Directory (“Directory”) and is not a provider of the services offered in the Directory, or a partner, contractor or agent of the listed providers.  Council does not make any warranty as to the services offered in the Directory.  Council has no control or responsibility as to if and when the services listed in the Directory are provided.  Council accepts no responsibility or liability for any dispute, damage lost, cost, expense, liability, demand, action, proceeding, injury, death or claim due to or arising out of, directly or indirectly, the actions or omissions (whether willful, negligent or otherwise) of Council (including any of Council’s members, employees, contractors or agents) or participant (including yourself) or any provider.  The information contained in the Directory is subject to change.

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