The Victorian Government Is Offering a Slew of Free and Discounted Fitness Classes This April
Free dance classes, free tennis court hire and a heap of discounted activewear.
The Premier's Active April is here again — a whole month-long bonanza of free classes, discounts on sportswear and sport programs, and some pretty great two-for-one deals that'll have you rediscovering your inner kid and the energy you once had (you can go to Legoland, you're never too old).
A yearly campaign run by the Victorian Government, Active April encourages Victorians to do 30 minutes of physical activity every day during the month of April.
To take part, you just need to register online — it's free and you can download an app to log your progress and explore what's going on in your local area.
Just to start, you get heaps of free stuff. Ten free passes to participating YMCA facilities, free tennis court hire and five free dance lessons at Dancesport Victoria. There are also a heap of discounts, including 15-percent off at Sportsmart — so you can stock up on activewear — and a two-for-one offer at Golf Victoria courses. Then there's the two-for-one Legoland scenario and two-for-one passes to the Melbourne Aquarium, too.
By signing up and participating, you also go into the draw to win a slew of prizes, which include tickets to the 2019 Australian Open finals.
As well as snaggin' some sweet discounts, you'll be able to prove your "drunk talking New Year's Eve post-midnight" self right – you will get more fit this year. Head here to register for Active April — you have until April 30 to signup — and start popping squats all over the place.
Published on April 10, 2018 by Kat Hayes