Sports and Recreation

Sport and recreational activities at PCYC Hills District

Little n Active

PCYC Queensland’s exclusive new Little n Active Program takes a fun and creative approach to introducing children under 5 to physical activity.

Held in a safe and welcoming space where active parental participation is key, Little n Active classes are designed to promote children’s curiosity, encourage problem solving, increase comprehension and develop social skills.

Little n Active classes cater for different ages and developmental stages, and can be modified to match children’s developmental needs. Each progressive lesson provides children with activities to build fundamental movement and improve their physical ability, using engaging themed environments that lend themselves to movement.

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Boxing PeeWee – 6-12 years

Children are able to learn the skills and techniques of boxing, and work on improving their fitness levels. When ready they have the opportunity to compete in amateur bouts (only available to children 10 years and over). Boxing is not just about competing. Individuals develop skills, technique, improve fitness and self confidence. Equipment (boxing mitts) is provided for first timers, but regular attendees will need to purchase their own equipment.

Boxing Novice – 12+ years

Perhaps you did boxi ng as a kid, or you just want to take up the personal challenge to get fit or get in the ring. There is plenty to learn footwork, hand and body movements, defense and the mental side of the sport. All you need is mitts and wraps and you can start classes at any time.

Boxing Technical – 15+ years

Focusing more on the technical aspect of boxing, this class is for teen and adult participants to learn even more about  footwork, hand and body movements. Our head Boxing Coach Mark has 30 years experience Boxing and Coaching, as well as Cert III in Fitness and is a Level 1 Boxing Coach with Boxing Australia. Mark will guide participants through the finer details of boxing, whilst incorporating fitness and fun into the class.

See Timetable for all Sessions


Japanese Martial Arts Technique: skills in grappling and ground wrestling involving throws and trips.  No striking involved.  Judo can be enjoyed by all ages! Judo means “The gentle way” and can be used as a form of exercise or the player can become a competition player.

See Timetable for all Sessions


It is the fastest racquet sport in the world, sun safe, great for co-ordination, agility and fitness.

Shane Weatherby also offers coaching for children.

Muay Thai Kick Boxing

Thailand Martial Arts Technique: Very combative attack techniques involving kicking, punching, elbows and knees.

This is a tough form of kickboxing and for this reason the age group begins at 14.


Beep Test/Fitness Test

The beep test is a multi-stage fitness test used to measure cardiovascular fitness and maximum oxygen uptake. It is commonly used by coaches and trainers to measure athlete fitness, or used as a pre-requisite for police and emergency organisations. The test is also known as the beep test, pacer test, 20m shuttle run test or Léger test.

Bookings required. Contact Reception (07) 3855 1980


Arana United Futsal Club is a community futsal club affiliated with Football Queensland the state governing body of futsal in Queensland.  There is a clear and structured pathway for players of all ages from social leagues to elite competition.


Dragons Basketball Club caters for players primarily from the Northern suburbs of Brisbane and Pine Rivers areas including Mitchelton, Arana Hills, Ferny Grove, Ferny Hills, Samford & Albany Creek.  Our membership extends to other areas of Brisbane, Brisbane Northside and the Moreton Bay Regional Council. We are one of a number of clubs which play in the Brisbane Basketball Inc. (BBI) competition out of the Vince Hickey Basketball Stadium in Dixon St, Auchenflower.