Welcome to KickStartCQ

Health and Wellbeing for our Community

KickStartCQ is a joint health and wellbeing initiative of Rockhampton Regional Council and Livingstone Shire Council.  The program provides a holistic and inclusive approach to the support of our community, its health, its spirit and its future wellbeing.

KickStartCQ works directly with the community through promotion, education, motivation and activity delivery.  The key objective is to provide opportunities for a healthier and more active life.

Sustainability, cultural identity and community spirit are all reflective of our community’s wellbeing.  A healthy and active community is confident and empowered to participate and be socially inclusive.

KickStartCQ will facilitate a coordinated approach for the region to increase physical activity and develop a better understanding of the importance of health and wellbeing in everyday life.  The program will meet this objective through:

  • Support, promotion and value adding to existing clubs and active lifestyle initiatives.
  • Provision of free or low cost activities and seminars for all ages, across the region.
  • Development of collaborative planning of initiatives.

Latest NEWS

3rd October 2017

Futsal Registration - Now Open

Registration is now open for the Summer Season of Futsal 2017/18

 

 

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22nd August 2017

Players Clinic

Check this out! Laura Geitz and Clare McMeniman are coming back to RNA to host a players clinic for young girls 9 - 14 years of age. Registrations are currently open!

Clinic Details:
Sunday 17th September 2017, 1 - 4pm

$77 per person

Rockhampton Netball Association, Jardine Park.

To register visit fuel2fly.com.au 

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10th August 2017

Community Sustainability Action Grants under Round 2 - Environmental Conservation

Community Assistance Action Grants under Round 2 - Envrinmental Conservation is available to eligible organisations to undertake projects which secure conservation outcomes including the rehabilition of degraded landscapes, protecting and improving havitat and biodiversity and projects that seek to address local conservation issues. 

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3rd August 2017

$125 million boost for Queensland sporting and recreation clubs

Minister for Sport Mick de Brenni said the Queensland Government's successful $125.5 million Get in the Game 2018-20 program would support local governments and grassroots sport and active recreation organisations across Queensland.

"That's why the Palaszczuk Government is delivering certainty with some exciting changes and improvements to the Get in the Game suite of initiatives over the next three years, including the two new funding programs targeting female participation and infrastructure planning."

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