Rouse Hill Tallawong Station

Pocket Park at Tallawong Station

Welcome to the Rouse Hill - Pocket Park at Tallawong Station camp, which is located in the suburb of Rouse Hill, part of the Blacktown City Council Local Government Area. The camp is funded by Landcom and has been running since October 2019.

The Rouse Hill - Pocket Park at Tallawong Station class is a free fitness camp open to all members of the public. There are the following activities on offer, Active Yoga, Active X Training, and you can learn more about them below.

Sessions are available at 5:15 pm and run Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday during school terms. For more details see the timetable below.

How to get started
To join this camp all you have to do is complete our registration form and book into as many classes as you like. All our classes are FREE and Registration takes about 10 mins. Click the button below to start.

There are no joining fees, no class fees, everything we offer is free.

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SESSION TIMES - Mon 23rd Nov to Sun 29th Nov

Monday 23rd Nov 2020 CLASS TRAINER SPACES
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Active X Training Julie Rainbow Register
Tuesday 24th Nov 2020 CLASS TRAINER SPACES
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Active X Training Julie Rainbow Register
Wednesday 25th Nov 2020 CLASS TRAINER SPACES
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Active X Training Maria Tiems Register
Thursday 26th Nov 2020 CLASS TRAINER SPACES
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Active X Training Julie Rainbow Register
Friday 27th Nov 2020 CLASS TRAINER SPACES
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Active Yoga Oxana Phillips Register
Address: Adjacent to Tallawong Station, Rouse Hill, NSW, 2155

Rouse Hill - Pocket Park at Tallawong Station’S TRAINERS

Maria Tiems

Hi, my name is Maria Tiems, and I run the Rouse Hill, Fairwater & Castle Hill camps, along with the Parent & Child Camp at Woodcroft. I love being a PT because I help change the lives of my clients, through exercise. I feel like a "proud mum" when a client achieves something they never thought was possible for them.

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