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FootballSport and recreation is a key component in the lives of many Circular Head residents. Recreation grounds are located at Irishtown, Trowutta, Redpa, Smithton and Stanley.

Many sports are played both competitively and non-competitively by the young and young at heart. The most popular sports in the region are hockey (men's and women's), cricket and football.

Leisure activities including bushwalking, fishing, gardening and bird-watching are popular pursuits.

There is also a range of exercise equipment available at East Esplanade, Smithton. Please see the following document for advice and tips on how to use this equipment.

East Esplanade Exercise Equipment Hints(7988 kb)

In early 2007 Council engaged an external Consultancy to undertake a Tracks and Trails Feasibility Study in the urban areas of Smithton and Stanley.  In 2008 Council adopted the King Park Landscape Master Plan, Smithton Recreation Trail Plan, Stanley Recreation Trail Plan, and the West Esplanade Foreshore Park Landscape Master Plan.  The study determined the best ways for Council to enhance current walking tracks and relevant parks in both towns.

King Park Landscape Master Plan

Smithton Recreation Trail Plan

Stanley Recreation Trail Plan

West Esplanade Foreshore Park Landscape Master Plan

 

Following is a list of some of the sport and recreation options in Circular Head.

    • Aerobics
    • Aquafit
    • Badminton
    • Basketball
    • Bowls (Indoor/Outdoor)
    • Boot camp
    • Bush walking
    • Cricket
    • Dancing
    • Darts
    • Eightball
    • Fishing
    • Football (AFL)
    • Garden Club
    • Go-Karting
    • Golf
    • Hockey
    • Little Athletics
    • Motocross
    • Netball
    • Pony Club
    • Squash
    • Swimming
    • Table Tennis
    • Taekwondo
    • Tennis

Click here to see Council's Recreation Plan 2007 

For further information contact Council's Recreation Officer on (03) 6452 4800.

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