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Active Shoalhaven

We get it. There is loads to do in your spare time and organised sport might not be your thing, or seem as fun as Fortnite, Netflix or TikTok.

That’s why we are trying something new in Shoalhaven. Something that’s a bit more you. Something that focuses on fun rather than competition.

Shoalhaven is geared up to get teens aged 12-18 active by offering a great selection of programs that aren’t just your traditional sports. Some of these activities are even eligible for the use of the $100 Active Kids vouchers*, making them even more affordable. 

The Office of Sport remains committed to our mission of building active communities across NSW. 

Active Kids Voucher

All NSW school enrolled students are eligible for two $100 Active Kids vouchers to put towards registration or membership fees for a sport or active recreation program. 

Get Active At Home

The Office of Sport remains committed to our mission of building active communities across New South Wales. We've compiled this resource library to help you find suitable ways to safely exercise in and around your home during the COVID-19 outbreak.

High Performance From Home

Presented by the NSW Institute of Sport, this resources helps everyday Australians maintain their physical and mental wellbeing at home.

PCYC

PCYC Shoalhaven provides a variety of activities ranging from boxing, martial arts, gym classes that youth can access. At Shoalhaven PCYC you can use your Active kids vouchers for programs.

Pritchard Tennis Academy

Pritchard Tennis Academy - Coaching for all ages and skill levels from beginners to tournament level. School term based program.

White Knights FC Shoalhaven

The Disability Trust Shoalhaven is an all Abilities soccer program where players of all levels are able to develop their individual skills, while increasing confidence and social skills in a team environment. Ages 13+. More info or register: alana.pasek@disabilitytrust.org.au or 4403 9633

Fit n Fun

A fun fitness program which includes fitness machines, music and games, designed to meet individuals goals. Participants can also choose to swim if they wish. The program provides participants with the opportunity to make social connections with their peers in a fun and active environment. Ages 13+ Ulladulla or Bay & Basin Leisure Centre. More info or register: alana.pasek@disabilitytrust.org.au or 4403 9633

Bowling - All Pins

This is a weekly program aimed at improving skills associated with ten pin bowling. Each week participants come together with their peers and play two games of ten pin bowling is a fun and relaxed atmosphere cheering on their peers as they knock down the pins. More info or register: alana.pasek@disabilitytrust.org.au or 4403 9633

Swim and Fitness - Training for Teens

Training for Teens - structured fitness training program that focuses on developing correct technique under the guidance of qualified staff. Training for Teens creates the ideal foundation for teens looking to take their training to the next level. Term based program. More info and bookings contact Kate Baric 4444 8811

Active Youth Health program - Bulwul Balaang

The program provides opportunity for female Aboriginal youth to engage in a culturally specific healthy lifestyle program incorporating cardio and strength based activities, healthy eating advice and Cultural connections. School term based program. Contact: Betty Smith, Youth Programs Coordinator.

Njoy gymnastics classes

Njoy Gymnastics provide a range of gymnastics classes for different age groups starting as young as 18 months old. Weekday afternoons at Shoalhaven Heads Community Centre.

South Coast United Mountain Bike Club

Social club membership and mountain bike rides with South Coast Mountain Bike Club. Membership and rider insurance with Auscycling also available.
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