- Long-running Have a Go Day returns to Burswood Park on November 14
- Have a Go Day shows there are more activities, hobbies and events on offer for older Western Australians than ever before
The 26th edition of Have a Go Day hits Burswood Park on Wednesday (November 14) from 9am-3pm, offering a wide variety of hobbies, activities and events for over 45s.
The theme of this year's event is 'Age is no barrier' - reminding older Western Australians that there are more activities, hobbies and events available to stay active and engaged than ever before.
The free event gives over 45s the chance to try their hand at a huge range of activities, encouraging people to keep participating in, and engaging with, their communities.
New activities this year include trishaws, walking football and laser pistol shooting, with entertainment acts such as the WA Police Pipe Band and country music artist Terry Bennetts.
The event is a highlight of Seniors Week, and provides a simple reminder that age is no barrier to being active and engaged in community events and activities.
Have a Go Day is co-ordinated by the Seniors Recreation Council and supported by the State Government.
For more information about Have a Go Day, visit http://www.srcwa.asn.au/have-a-go-day.html
Comments attributed to Seniors and Ageing Minister Mick Murray:
"Have a Go Day is a fantastic opportunity to try out a great selection of different activities and get an idea of the wealth of opportunities that are on offer in our local communities, enabling us to stay active and live well.
"I look forward to attending Have a Go Day during Seniors Week each year and finding out about the huge variety of activities on offer. There really is something for everyone.
"Experiencing new things is important to maintain our social, mental and physical wellbeing, and I encourage everyone who is able to attend to put it in your calendars and make sure you try something new on the day."
Minister's office - 6552 6400