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Time to get active

11 Jun 2013

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‘Southbank Local News’, alongside the Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) and Active Melbourne City Sports, is giving Southbank workers and residents a great chance to get out from behind the desk and get active.

Get Active Melbourne! will be run three times during June at Queensbridge Square, on June 12, 19 and 26.

The sessions are free for all participants and are a fantastic opportunity to brighten your day.

Active Melbourne City Sports spokesperson Peter O’Rourke said the sessions were designed to cater for anyone and everyone.

“You don’t need lycra, you don’t need to have a great body, just a sense of fun and a desire to get a bit fitter,” Mr O’Rourke said.

“Get a group from your workplace involved, it will be a lot of fun!” he added.

Southbank Local News editor Sean Rogasch said the event was the sort of community activity many within Southbank had been craving.

“The red stairs are synonymous with Southbank, so it’s the perfect location for the entire community, both workers and locals, to get together and have some fun.”

The classes start at 12.30pm, ensuring corporate workers can make good use of their lunch breaks.

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