Where To Workout For Free In Melbourne

By Ellen Seah
7th Nov 2016

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If your lack of any smidgen of money is preventing you from getting active and outdoors in the warmer weather, we’ve got the solution for you! There’s an array of free ways to workout in Melbourne, so ditch the (weak) excuses and get moving this week.

Nike+ Training Club


Just do it and sign up to the Nike+ Training Club. Hosted around Australia, the Nike+ Training Club encourages everyone to get active in a friendly, community space. Hosting a variety of completely FREE classes, focusing on endurance, strength, and agility – all you have to do is sign up to the program and register for a class via the website!

Free Yoga At MPavilion


Join the founder of Happy Melon studio for a series of free yoga classes at the 2016 instalment of the MPavilion. Running a class every Thursday morning from 7am to 8am, lower your stress levels and relax your mind with an hour-long workout. Just BYO yoga mat and prepare to face the day with increased focus, sharpness, and connectivity with your body! Runs 7 November until 24 November.

Burnley Bouldering Wall


BYO rocking climbing shoes and chalk to Melbourne’s secret free bouldering wall. Cleverly located under the M1 freeway, the Burnley Bouldering Wall area features over three walls which are regularly stripped and reset to keep climbers challenged. Prepare to hang, claw and jump your way across these slated walls, then reward yourself without ruining all your hard work at this happiness café.

Federation Square Fitness


Enjoy free active workout classes a stone’s throw away from your office. Join qualified instructors from the Healthy Lifestyle Lounge for fitness classes including circuit exercises, body weight workouts, and core strength training. Classes run at Fed Square every Tuesday afternoon and Friday morning and are suitable for any age and fitness level.

1000 Steps


Make your way (rather slowly) up the 1000 steps. Make sure to park your car at the bottom, so you have to come all the way down too.

Capital City Trail


Gather your troops and ride around the Capital City Trail. About 30 km long, try to end at Carlton’s Green Park for a bike-friendly lunch stop. If you need a full guide around the City Trail - check this one out!



Because walking is the easiest form of exercise ever, why not commit to a few days with Victoria's best campsites

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