Maps of Kingston's bike paths, walk tracks and public transport options with TravelSmart Maps.
Kingston Council is home to over 100 local sport and recreation clubs/organisations that offer a variety of opportunities for residents to stay active, healthy and social.
The purpose of the Sport and Recreation Reference Group (SRRG) is to provide high level advice and guidance to Council and Council Officers on the future of sport and recreation in the City of Kingston.
The Victorian Government’s recent announcement regarding the easing of COVID-19 restrictions means that outdoor training and group training sessions can resume in groups of up to 10 people.
Access for All Abilities Play connects people in Melbourne with a disability to sports and active recreation opportunities.
Bald Hill Park in Clarinda is home to Melbourne’s second permanent 9-hole disc golf course.
Local primary and secondary schools can access Kingston’s Sport and Recreation online reserves booking system, to request casual use of Kingston’s reserves and sportsgrounds