Live Life Get Active

Having trouble staying fit? Come and join Live Life Get Active at the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens for FREE fitness classes!! Classes are run from 6am every weekday. All ages and fitness levels are welcome to attend! 

Cedric Archer Park Water playground opens!

With just the press of a button, Gracemere's brand new wet play area at Cedric Archer Park has made an impressive splash at its official opening yesterday. 

Waterslides arrive at the 42nd Battalion Memorial Pool

Hey Kids! One of Rockhampton's Works for Queensland Projects will slide into Rockhampton today as five massive containers arrive at the 42nd Battalion Memorial Pool. Inside the containers are the pieces of the three brand new 10-meter high waterslides which are set to open next month with Mayor Margaret Strelow labelling it an early Christmas present for the community. 

Rockhampton batonbearers prepare to share Commonwealth Games dream

The local batonbearers from the Rockhampton Region who will carry the Queen's Baton during the 100-day countdown to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games have just been announced.

Futsal Registration - Now Open

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



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 

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. 

$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."

Queensland kids benefit from $1.87m Nature Play funding

More Queensland children will have opportunities to play and learn in Queensland's natural environment, with the Palaszczuk Government announcing a new three year commitment to an initiative which encourages kids to spend more time playing outdoors embracing nature. 

Next step for Kershaw Gardens remediation

The journey to restore the region's iconic Kershaw Gardens has reached a key milestone this week with civil works starting on the Central Precinct.