AT its core, Fun Fitness 4 Littlies is about getting the region's kids outdoors and playing sport.
However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused the federal and state governments to ban social gatherings, including sports.
This challenge is what prompted Fun Fitness 4 Littlies founder Sam Levick to "think outside the box" and stray away from his group's original format.
"We're funded by the Primary Health Network and once all the restrictions came in, they were there to help projects like this one wrap up," Levick told the Leader.
"They were very supportive, but just stopping isn't really my style.
"After some thought, we decided to take all of the classes and courses online and while that goes against what we are really all about, it is the best thing for us to do right now."
Conducting fitness classes over video call platform Zoom, the sessions include drills designed for confined spaces.
As well as classes, the group is also offering isolation packs, which include different kinds of sports equipment.
"We understand how expensive it is for parents to go out and by all the gear the kids need," Levick said.
"However, for just $40 a week, we can provide them with a whole range of different gear to keep them occupied.
"It's all the gear we would normally use, which is currently sitting idle, so we thought it would be a good solution for some people.
"The other thing we are doing is giving the kids tutorials on how to make their own gear with stuff around the house.
"It's pretty tough to run the sessions individually like this, but we are really committed to making it work for as many people as possible."
Levick said now the program was completely online, there was scope for more National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) members to get involved.
"Before the pandemic set in, we were going into schools, conducting sessions for NDIS members and our weekly sessions as well," he said.
"At the moment though, schools aren't operating and we can't run our outdoor sessions.
"However, we are still offering our NDIS classes and if there is anyone eligible and eager to try out a one-on-one physical fitness program, they are more than welcome to give it a try."
Anyone interested in taking part in the sessions can contact Fun Fitness 4 Littlies via the group's Facebook page.