Warrnambool City Council launches Active Autumn

ARE YOU GAME?: Giant versions of Jenga are part of the free fun on offer in Warrnambool's Active Autumn program.

ARE YOU GAME?: Giant versions of Jenga are part of the free fun on offer in Warrnambool's Active Autumn program.

WARRNAMBOOL City Council wants you to get out and have some free fun this autumn.

As part of its annual Active Autumn program, which began with games on the Civic Green and a tour of the city’s street art, the council is hosting a wide range of activities.

From giant games of jenga and chess to classes in Box Fit and Aquazumba, the program promises “free fun for everyone, from toddlers to grandparents”, Warrnambool mayor Kylie Gaston said.

“It’s an important part of Council’s health and wellbeing strategy to encourage more physical activity for all residents,” she said.

The council’s Active Hub will be popping across the city until the end of may. Head to www.connectwarrnambool.com.au/events for a full list of activities.

ARTY AND ACTIVE: Warrnambool residents and curious visitors took part in a guided street art walk yesterday to kick off Active Autumn. Picture: Amy Paton

ARTY AND ACTIVE: Warrnambool residents and curious visitors took part in a guided street art walk yesterday to kick off Active Autumn. Picture: Amy Paton