Health & Wellbeing

The City of Perth is keen to promote a happy and healthy community for those who live in the area, as well as those who work in or visit the City.  

Live Life Get Active

Live Life Get Active offers free outdoor fitness sessions.

East Perth

Classes are run at the Ozone Reserve, 1 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, Perth WA.

Details
– all classes are run from 6.30am to 7.15am

  • Monday – Active X Training
  • Tuesday – Active Boxing
  • Wednesday – Active X Training
  • Thursday – Active Boxing
  • Friday – Active Yoga (Indoors at office on Corner of Hay Street and De VlamIngh Ave, East Perth).

For more information or to register your interest visit Live Life Get Active

West Perth

Classes are run at Harold Boas Gardens, Corner of Wellington and Delhi Street, West Perth, Perth WA.

Details
– all classes are run from 9.30am to 10.15am

  • Monday – Active X Training
  • Tuesday – Active Boxing
  • Wednesday – Active X Training
  • Thursday – Active Boxing
  • Friday – Active Yoga

For more information or to register your interest visit Live Life Get Active

Classes are suitable for everyone. Other benefits include access to online health, fitness and nutrition educational programs.

City Walking Tours and Trails

iCity Kiosk Tours

The City has a dedicated group of training iCity Volunteers who are keen to share their knowledge and help visitors discover Perth City. Our volunteers run free daily walking tours.

For more information visit Tourist Kiosks 

Walking, Cycling and SKaTing

Perth City has a comprehensive network of cycle and dual-use paths.

For more information, see our Walking guides and Cycling and Skating guides.

Additional Health and Wellness Services

  • Kidsport

    The KidSport program is a Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries funded initiative whereby eligible families can receive up to $150 annually for each of their children to subsidise fees of a KidSport club to participate in sport and recreation clubs.

    KidSport grants are available to young people aged between 5 to 18 years with a valid Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card.

    To enquire visit Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries or contact (08) 9492 9911 or kidsport@dlgsc.wa.gov.au

  • Parkrun

    Parkrun is a series of 5KM runs held every Saturday morning. Parkrun is open to everyone of all ages and fitness levels.

    Parkrun is free to participate in and is safe and easy to take part in. You can run, walk, push a pram or even take your dog, it’s a great way to meet others and get out and enjoy our beautiful parks. 

    • When - Every Saturday morning
    • Time - 8am
    • Where - Claisebrook Cove, East Perth (end of Brown St)
    • Cost - Free

    For more information visit Parkrun.

  • Hello Sunday Morning

    Hello Sunday Morning (HSM) is an online movement towards a better drinking culture. Whether it is taking a break from drinking, or simply cutting back – HSM is on an online platform which is here to support you and your choice.

    HSM offers a community platform for people taking a break from alcohol and an iPhone app for those interested in alcohol moderation.

    • Daybreak – is an alcohol support group program. It provides an anonymous space with a supportive community of people.
    • Phone App – the app provides individuals with a range of challenges and encourages users to check in on A Sunday morning to monitor progress. 

    For more information visit Hello Sunday Morning

  • Act Belong Commit

    The City of Perth is a community partner of the Act Belong Commit (ABC) health promotion campaign.

    The campaign is coordinated by Mentally Healthy WA and is aimed at preventing the onset of psychosocial problems by encouraging people to look after their own psychosocial wellbeing and raising awareness. The ABC campaign encourages everyone to do things to keep mentally healthy by committing to the ABC guidelines for positive mental health:

    • Act – keep mentally, physically, socially and spiritually active
    • Belong – keep connected to friends and family; get involved in groups, in local community activities
    • Commit – commit to an interest or a cause; set goals to aim for; become volunteer, challenge yourself.

    To find activities near you, visit Act Belong Commit.