Active Canterbury-Bankstown

Active Canterbury-Bankstown
This initiative encourages local residents to participate in and enjoy physical activity. Active Canterbury Bankstown canterbury bankstown The initiative aims to encourage local residents to participate in and enjoy physical activity. It also facilitates a range of sustainable, quality physical activity opportunities.  


Current programsActive Seniors | Leisure and Aquatic Centres | Outdoor fitness activation |

Upcoming Program

2024 CBCity's Seniors Games and Wellness Expo

A Wellness and Reablement Expo. Get into the Olympic spirit by joining our CBCity Games! 

Take part in our activities, try new sports, or simply browse our Wellness and Reablement Expo stalls for information and support, including seniors service providers. 

When: Monday 1 July, 10am-2pm 

Where: Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre, 150 Belmore Road North, Riverwood

Click here to register!

July School Holiday Programs

Registrations will open June 24.

Skateboard Clinic, Monday 8 July

Football Australia Clinic, Friday 12 July

Netball NSW Clinic, Tuesday 16 July

Y Gymnastics Clinic, Wednesday 17 July

More details to come.

Active Seniors

Almost a quarter of residents living in the City of Canterbury Bankstown are 55 years old or greater. If that includes you, check out what fun new activities we have available to keep you healthy, happy and active.

Check out what's on for Active Seniors

Leisure and Aquatic Centres

Discover more about the exceptional programs and state-of-the-art amenities available at our Leisure and Aquatic Centres.

Conveniently situated in multiple locations throughout the City of Canterbury Bankstown, our facilities provide outstanding services and unbeatable value that won't break the bank.

We extend a warm invitation to individuals of all age groups, catering to everyone from beginners in swimming to advanced swimmers. Moreover, we also cater to visitors seeking invigorating fitness classes and top-notch gym services.

Visit a local centre

Active Canterbury-Bankstown aims to encourage local residents to participate in and enjoy physical activity. It also facilitates a range of sustainable, quality physical activity opportunities, in partnership with local recreation and leisure organisations. 

There are plenty of initiatives across the board, and several initiatives have even become award-winning programs which have since been replicated by other governments across the state of NSW.

Events and activities under the scheme are either free of charge or offered at reduced prices, to enable residents to reap the benefits of physical activity and improved health at an affordable cost. 

Active Canterbury-Bankstown is always on the lookout for local recreation and leisure organisations to partner with on events and activities. If you are from an organisation that can assist Active Canterbury Bankstown to promote physical activity to the local residents, then we would love to hear from you. 

For more information, please contact Council's Active Lifestyles Officer on 9707 8155.

Keep up to date with what's new in Active Canterbury-Bankstown

You will receive:

  • Exclusive invites to events and activities;
  • Monthly Active Canterbury-Bankstown newsletter;
  • Take part in great competitions; and
  • Updates on all the latest active Canterbury-Bankstown Program

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Outdoor Fitness Activation

Active CB has paired up with the South Western Sydney Local Health District to deliver a combined CBTV video and brochure with helpful tips and instructions on how to correctly use publicly available equipment.
The content has been based specifically off our gym equipment at the Wiley Park Outdoor Gym, but can definitely be transferrable for use at any of our other outdoor gyms!

Download the guide on the best way to use outdoor fitness equipment or watch the video below.

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.