Older people - Healthy Ageing Forum
  • Last updated:
  • 11 Jan 2023

Ageing in Australia can and should be a time of possibility, opportunity and influence. Older people play a vital role in the Sunshine Coast community. Council recognises and respects the significant contribution older people make to the region.

Health and wellbeing

The following are all free or low-cost programs to improve your health and wellbeing.

  • Heart Foundation Walking
    Community-based walking groups with free weekly organised walks in your local area
  • Healthy Ageing Partnership
    A Sunshine Coast collaboration that brings together industry partners to share information on positive ageing activities and services
  • LiveUp
    LiveUp is a national platform designed to help you reimagine, reset and reconnect with living your life to the fullest

Healthy Ageing Forum 2022

Following on from the success of last year’s Healthy Ageing Forum, council is excited to announce another forum will be held this year in partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC).

Rethinking Ageing – Moving and Grooving into Healthy Ageing

The Rethinking Ageing – Moving and Grooving into Healthy Ageing event will be held on Saturday 26 November 2022 at UniSC.

Want to learn how to maximise your quality of life with energy and vitality, and maintain physical, mental and emotional health as you age?

The forum gives you the opportunity to learn and engage with experts from UniSC, the Sunshine Coast University Hospital and other health practitioners who will showcase the latest research on health ageing.

See the flyer[3730KB] for more information.


Date: Saturday 26 November 2022
Time: 8.30am – 3.45pm (registrations commence at 8.00am)
Location: Auditorium (in the Innovation Centre), University of the Sunshine Coast, Main Entrance, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs (free parking)
Cost: $15 (plus booking fee), includes morning tea and lunch
Bookings: Book now (bookings are essential as there will no tickets available at the door)

“You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.” – George Burns

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For more information

Please phone (07) 5475 7272 or email