Welcome to the HCF Health Hub
At HCF, we put your health first. That’s why we’ve created the HCF Health Hub – a roving experience that makes health fun, gets you active and supports important causes.
Visit us at any of our upcoming events at the GIANTS Netball games for exclusive giveaways, money can’t buy prizes and interesting learning experiences.
Or if coming to an event is difficult, browse health articles below.
WATCH A GIANTS NETBALL PRIVATE TRAINING SESSION
You and four friends could win the opportunity to get close to the action at a GIANTS Netball private training session.*
For your chance to win, all you have to do is visit the HCF Health Hub at any of the GIANTS Netball games below and take part in our digital challenge. The more times you play, the more chances you have to win.
Where to find us
Keen to visit the HCF Health Hub. Check out our upcoming events and enjoy:
- fun and games
- member giveaways, such as netballs, designed to keep you active (limited availability)
- healthy snacks from our Veggie Van
- health learning booths
- competitions where you can go in the draw to win money can't buy experiences with GIANTS Netball.
|Saturday 19th May||Netball||GIANTS Netball vs. Firebirds||Quay Centre, Sydney|
|Sunday 27th May||Netball||GIANTS Netball vs. Vixens||Quay Centre, Sydney|
|Sunday 8th July||Netball||GIANTS Netball vs. Swifts||ICC, Sydney|
** No Veggie Van
View the terms and conditions for the HCF Giants Netball Health Hub Promotion.
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