Welcome to Live Life Get Active at Liverpool


You can make a real difference to your health, nutrition, lifestyle and wellbeing by getting involved in Live Life Get Active. 

What is Live Life Get Active?

Live Life Get Active provides FREE physical activity sessions catered to suit a range of people and lifestyles. The Active Camp activities held in Liverpool currently include Active X Training, Active Yoga and Active Boxing. These are group based exercises, supervised by exercise professionals in the natural surroundings of Bigge Park, Liverpool.

Please click here to view the time table for Live Life Get Active at Liverpool.

Active X Training – Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 12:15pm to 1pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays 1pm to 1:45pm

Cross Fit involves various work outs designed to improve strength in different parts of your body; in particular cardiovascular fitness. Cross Fit will also increase your physical endurance.  It can include stretches, squats, pull ups, push ups, star jumps, sit ups, jogging, rope jumps, as well as a range of other high endurance exercises.

Active Boxing – Monday and Fridays 1pm to 1:45pm

Active Boxing is a fun exercise program which targets the upper body, strengthens your torso, and improves your cardiovascular fitness. People of any skill and fitness level will enjoy this challenging and awesome work out.

Active Yoga – Tuesdays 12:15pm to 1:00pm and 1.00pm – 1.45pm, and Thursdays 12:15pm to 1:00pm

Yoga is a form of exercise which involves a range of meditations, stretches and concentration techniques. Yoga strengthens your inner core, flexibility, balance and posture. It is a lower intensity physical activity than Cross Fit.

You are welcome to participate in any Cross Fit , Active Boxing or Yoga sessions as this will help you to build different physical capabilities and skills.

What the Active Camps can do for you?

Live Life Get Active sessions are delivered and supervised by qualified exercise professionals who can give you unique opportunities to identify your own personal health goals, monitor progress against your personal goals and identify improvements to your diet, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve your goals. The sessions will also support you to:surflife

  • Make new friends and support networks
  • Get to know your city, other health and fitness opportunities in Liverpool
  • Take a break from your daily schedule
  • Activate Liverpool and create a safe, healthy and liveable city.

Who can participate?

Liverpool residents, workers and visitors (aged 18 years and over) from across the local government area can participate in Live Life Get Active. Places are limited so you will need to book to participate. To book into a session, please see How to Book a Session below.

When will the Live Life Get Active be held?

The 2016 session of Live Life Get Active commenced on Monday 1 February and will continue throughout 2016. All sessions are currently held between 12:15pm - 1.00pm, and 1.00pm - 1.45pm in Bigge Park, Corner Elizabeth and Bigge Street, Liverpool.


The sessions will run during the following periods:

  • Term 1: Monday 1 February to Friday 8 April 2016
  • Term 2: Tuesday 26 April to Friday 1 July 2016
  • Term 3: Monday 18 July to Friday 23 September 2016
  • Term 4: Monday 10 October to Friday 16 December 2016

Please note that the program will not run on weekends, public holidays or school holidays. Sessions will be unavailable to book during these dates. In cases of extreme weather, the program for the day may also be cancelled.

How to Book a Session

To book a session you will need to register yourself as a participant at: www.livelifegetactive.com. You can do this any time you wish. Once you have registered as a participant, you can book sessions for the week by clicking here.

You can book up to two hours before your preferred session, depending on places available. Approximately 27 people can participate into each Live Life Get Active session.  

Why Liverpool City Council got involved

Liverpool City Council is committed to improving the health of residents, workers and visitors to Liverpool. Council resolved at the 23 December 2013 Council meeting to deliver Live Life Get Active in Liverpool.

Overall, people in Liverpool engage in physical activities less than other people across NSW. Healthy nutritional practices are also lower in Liverpool. There are more people who go to hospital for smoking, obesity and diabetes issues in Liverpool than in other areas of the state. Council is facilitating Live Life Get Active in order to encourage greater health awareness and promote healthy ways of living. We hope you will take part in this great and completely free health and fitness program.