Active Launceston is proudly managed by Healthy Tasmania Pty Ltd. To find out more about Healthy Tasmania click here
Sally’s Ride started in 2002, when Sally Fletcher rode solo around Tasmania
raising funds for mental health in Tasmania. In 2009 Sally, in conjunction with the
Rotary Club of Central Launceston made a decision to expand the event and
create a community bike ride through the Tamar Valley, thus the Sally’s Ride
“Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge” was created. This new event consists of 4 rides
of varying lengths starting in Launceston and travelling through the Tamar Valley.
There is also a Corporate Team challenge with the winner taking home the
Forestry Tasmania Community Assist Corporate Challenge Shield.
For information log on to www.rccl.org.au/sallysride
A local troupe of belly dancers who love to share their passion for Middle eastern dance. But forget any misconceptions you may have about belly dance! We are vibrant, fun, innovative and creative in our expression of the dance. We have been performing and teaching around Tasmania for the last 2 years, including Festivale 07 and 08, Penny Farthing Championships, Launceston Cup, TAP concert, Harmony day and the Utas multicultural Day. Our teaching covers both private and combined lessons and all ages and abilities. Our aim is to not only teach this dance but also make it as much fun as possible!
117 Hargrave Cr
7250 Launceston TAS
Phone: 0409 551 795
Dry Slopes Tasmania presents Sliders Tube Park. Located at Launceston's beautiful Heritage Forest, Sliders Tube Park is a great way to have fun with friends and family.
There's two 100m slides, and a small 15m slide for the little ones, so everyone can join in. The small slide is FREE for children whose families have purchased tickets for the older siblings.
Purchase a discounted bulk ride pack (4, 8 or 16 rides), and share the rides within your group.
The rides are under constant supervision by our friendly team - it's SAFE and FUN!
The kiosk has great coffee, cold drinks, and hot food so no need to bring anything but your sense of fun. We look forward to seeing you there.
For birthday parties, school or general group bookings, please contact us for more information.
CONTACT: Mobile: 0409 875 540
Stompin says Art/Youth/Community 4 ever Stompin creates an environment in which young people grow, as individuals and as citizens, through their connection with dance. Working with young people in a small regional community in Launceston, Tasmania, we develop artists, audiences and community through creating, curating and presenting unforgettable performance experiences. Unique to Australia, Stompin’s performance culture unites non-professional dancers with professional artists to create and present signature works in ordinary and extraordinary places. Stompin offer regular classes including: Beginners Contemporary (14+): Mondays 6pm to 7pm Intermediate Contemporary (14+): Mondays 7pm to 8.30pm Core and Flex (14+): Wednesdays 7-8pm Young Contemporary (10-14): Thursdays 4-5pm For more information, or to enrol please contact Emma Porteus on 03 6334 3802
Swing dancing is a fun and relaxed style of dancing, done with a partner or solo. Swing dance classes are held by Australia's leading Swing dance school in Launceston each Wednesday 6.30-7.30pm at St Albies Hall on 46 Margaret St Launceston. Prices are $12 per person or $40 for 4 lessons. No partners required, beginners welcome and start anytime. For more information sms or phone Rachel on 0409 578 107
Tahiti to Tasmania presents Tahitian dance classes for women of all ages. This beautiful dance style encourages people to get moving and excercise, whilst having fun in a friendly atmosphere. It is so uplifting to the individual or family group such as daughter, mother and grandmother, all dancing together.
I travel to Tahiti whenever I can to further my dance training and to bring back some beautiful dances which I then teach. I have been teaching Tahitian dancing in Hobart since 2010.
I am holding workshops in the Launceston over the coming months. People may phone or email for further details on workshops coming up, or download the advertising flyer of my last workshop to get some idea of what I have been teaching. CURRENTLY NOT DELIVERED IN LAUNCESTON. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Tai Chi and Qigong well-being sytems provide practicioners with a well developed program (over hundreds of years) that enhances physical, emotional and self awareness to empower individuals.
Tai Chi & Qigong Enthusiasts Group meets fortnightly for practise at the Kingmeadows Community Health Centre. Gold coin donation. CONTACT: email@example.com for more information
Beginners of all ages (under 6 not recommended):
Venue: PCYC Launceston – 146 Abbott St, NEWSTEAD
Time: 7.00 – 8.30 pm
Performers (Show Taiks) – Friday nights
Venue: PCYC Launceston
Contact (training and performances):
0427 467146 or PCYC: 63442411
If you would like the Show Taiks performing group to perform for your function, conference, community event or festival, please contact Yyan or Mark to make a booking.
Our aim is to increase the use of bicycles in and around the Tamar region through:
- rides and activities
- increased awareness and consideration for cyclists.
We have heaps of different rides - social, beginner, family, tours, MTB, experienced, novelty - and newcomers are always welcome. Insurance for rides is $2 (ad)/$1 (ch).
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
We're into kayaking! Our membership covers a wide range of ages and skill levels. We operate as a bit of a forum for local kayakers to get together and get on the water.
Our members do white water kayaking, flat water kayaking and sea kayaking. Everything from a couple of hours to a couple of weeks.
CONTACT: email@example.com OR http://tamar.canoe.org.au/
Appalachian dancing is a form of folk dancing developed in the
Appalachian Mountains of North America. It’s something like a
cross between Irish dance, traditional English dance, and clogging. Beginners welcome.
Donna Farry, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike Week is an annual celebration of riding in Tasmania, coordinated by the Tasmanian Bicycle Council. Bicycle advocacy groups and riders’ groups around the State organise a wide range of activities for riders at all levels, from beginners to experienced, and covering interests from cycling for everyday transport to endurance challenge rides for sports riders.
Whether you ride regularly or are just ready to dust off that old steed in the garage, Bike Week has something to offer you.
visit https://tasbikeweek.net.au/ for more info