4 ways to get active at Ginninderry

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    E-bikes are available to use at Ginninderry

At Ginninderry, we understand the importance of an active lifestyle, so we’ve made it easy to incorporate exercise into your week. Whether you’re a fan of outdoor exploration or keen for classes, you’ll find something to suit.

Get your Om on with yoga

Get your Om on at Ginninderry’s weekly yoga classes at The Link on Thursday nights! A slow “flow” style of yoga, the classes offer continuous movement at a pace slow enough that you won’t need to worry about keeping up!  Each class also weaves in breathing and meditation practices – as well as our favourite bit, savasana (relaxation time!).

Find out more and book online here.

Take a spin on an e-bike

Why not take a spin around the suburb on one of Ginninderry’s e-bikes? It’s a fabulous way to get some gentle exercise while breathing in the fresh air and enjoying the stunning surrounds.

Hire your electric bike from The Link and take a free two-hour ride. Planning a longer cycle? Bikes can be hired for longer than two hours, however, additional charges will apply.

Find out more here.

Take a stroll to Shepherds Lookout

Walking the track to Shepherds Lookout is one of our favourite ways to get active. Starting from The Link, Ginninderry’s first walking track winds its way through ever-changing landscapes of the Ginninderry Conservation Corridor for 3.4 kilometres before connecting with the existing ACT Government track network. From there, it’s only 800 metres to Shepherds Lookout.

Keep an eye out for sculptures of Wallaby Grass, Chocolate Lily and Kangaroo Grass waiting to be found among protected flora and fauna communities, along with the iconic Gruner’s Vista.

Discover other Belconnen walks here.

Give Taekwon-Do a go

If you’ve ever been fascinated by the graceful movements of Taekwon-do, why not give it a go yourself at one of Cho-Son Taekwon-Do’s bi-weekly classes? A martial art with South Korean roots, Taekwon-do aims to provide students with an effective means of self-defence, while developing physical fitness and mental well-being.

Held at The Link on Monday and Friday evenings, the class caters for all abilities and ages from preschool to adults. Family bonding activity, anyone?

Get in touch to find out more!

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