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Cycling on University sites
An easy guide to cycling on UQ sites. To help reduce parking and traffic problems, and to foster a healthy lifestyle, the University encourages public transport, walking, and cycling as alternatives to driving to UQ. Website:...

Exercise and health programs
UQ Sport offers a range of sports and exercise programs to the UQ community and beyond.

Exercise program for staff
The UQ Staff Fitness program is an adult health and fitness program conducted by UQ Sport. It is designed to encourage University staff to adopt a safe and enjoyable exercise routine as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Programs of interest to school students
The School of Human Movement Studies at the University of Queensland conducts programs of interest to school students: The School Visits Program is an educational opportunity for secondary students to apply their learning in Senior PE (...

Sport and recreational programs for children
The Active Tribes holiday and term programs enable children to develop their skills in a safe and fun environment. Programs are available for aquatics, athletics and tennis.

Sports facilities
UQ Sport manages various sporting facilities at The University of Queensland.

Sports performance
UQ Sport is Queensland’s leading provider of strength and conditioning services, fitness testing, coaching workshops and athlete education programs.

Uni Bike Shop
The Uni Bike Shop sells bicycles and accessories, and also carries out bike repairs and servicing. It is located in the Union Complex on St Lucia campus. 

UQ Bicycle User Group (UQBUG)
The UQ Bicycle User Group (UQBUG) represents cyclists in The University of Queensland community. The role of the UQBUG is to provide a common forum for staff and students of UQ who cycle to, from and around The University.

UQ Staff Tennis Club
The University of Queensland Staff Tennis Club has been allocated two tennis courts at the UQ Tennis Centre. Members are able to use these courts free of charge in the daytime – there is a small hourly charge for evening use.