Liverpool City Council

Liverpool is located in the middle of the South West Sydney region, encompassing 42 suburbs and a rapidly increasing population of over 210,000 people. The mayor and her 10 councillors are concerned with promoting employment and health opportunities for a growing population, while also celebrating the multicultural nature of the township.

With over 55% of residents speaking a language other than English at home, Liverpool City Council are determined to engage the wider community by championing its diverse culture. They are promoting existing cultural hubs, like the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, celebrating multiculturalism with festivals such as Eat Your Heart Out. They also aim to improve accessibility, employment opportunities and attitudes towards the disabled community with their Disability Inclusion Action Plan.

Liverpool City Council partnered with Live Life Get Active in February 2014 and currently sponsors 5 locations. Without the generous support of Liverpool City Council, the provision of free outdoor fitness camps at these locations would not be possible. For more information about their camp locations and what members have to say, please read below.

Started: February 2014
Camps: 5

LOCATIONS

Liverpool City Council sponsors 5 locations in their local area. These camps form an important aspect of the Live Life Get Active community and you can learn more about each location below.

Casula - Casula Parklands
Casula - Casula Parklands - Equipment
Casula - Throsby Park
Liverpool - Bigge Park
Wattle Grove - Lakeside Park

TESTIMONIALS

I can't recommend this activity highly enough. They are very well run, the programs are quite diverse and as challenging as you want them to be. Thank you very much Liverpool City Council, please continue!
LLGA Member, Liverpool, NSW

What else is Liverpool City Council up to?

Seniors Concert a Fun Affair for Liverpool Seniors
Casula Parklands Opens
New Food Festival: Liverpool on a Roll