Want to Get Active?
Get Active San Remo & Blue Haven provides opportunities for the local community to be more physically active and healthier.
A variety of sports, active recreation opportunities and healthy lifestyle programs are available to choose from – many of which are discounted through Active Kids vouchers, while some are offered as free.
So whether you’re looking to get active or keep active by trying something new, get in contact with one of the San Remo and Blue Haven Get Active providers listed below!
San Remo Community Garden
Andy – 0417 448 937
Mosaic Multicultural Connections
Natalia Meliendrez – 0431 491 748
Contact details: 4973 8000
Virginia Walshaw – 0409 658 302
0410 783 235
What is Get Active San Remo and Blue Haven?
is an initiative developed in partnership between Central Coast Council, the NSW Office of Sport – Central Coast, and Central Coast Local Health District’s Health Promotion Service. The initiative is supported by local community members and organisations such as schools, early learning centres, community centres and more. Get Active encourages and supports the local community to be more physically active by participating in sport, active recreation and healthy lifestyle program opportunities made available by local providers.
Based on community feedback (through a community survey and face-to-face consultation) a calendar of sport, active recreation and healthy lifestyle programs was developed and promoted to the community in October 2022. Following the success of the month-long showcase, many of the opportunities are ongoing and available to the community year-round. People looking to get, or keep, active are encouraged to take a look at what’s on offer and get in contact with one or more of the many local providers.
If you are a sport, active recreation or healthy lifestyle program provider and want to get involved in the initiative, we would we would love to hear from you. There are many benefits to being part of Get Active, including increasing awareness of your services in the community, the potential to attract new participants and volunteers, the opportunity to gain valuable insight into what the community is looking for in a sporting club or from an active recreation provider, and ultimately, contributing to improving the health and wellbeing of the community.