The last couple of years have changed the game for the sport and recreation sector. Increased lifestyle pressures, evolving social norms and the rise of technology have had a significant impact on how sport and recreation organisations operate and how members can thrive in a club environment.
The ACH Group has developed a Stay in the Game challenge to introduce video gaming to South Australians aged over 65 years, promoting physical activity and social connections.
Sporting clubs and elite athletes can now apply for their share in more than $1.1 million of funding through two Marshall Government grant programs which open today.
More than 12,000 South Australian kids will have access to learn vital water safety skills this summer through the iconic VACSWIM program, with a record number of programs running across beaches, lakes and pool sites all over SA from right from the WA to VIC borders.
The Henley Sharks Football and Netball Clubs have provided more opportunities for South Australians to get active through the sharing of resources, services and facilities.
The Women’s Recreational Running Network (WRRN) is breaking down barriers for female participation in physical activity for its 2,000+ registered members.
The Department of the Premier and Cabinet is proud to have successfully gained reaccreditation as a White Ribbon Australia workplace.
Cyclists and pedestrians will get safer, smoother paths and trails thanks to a record investment by the Marshall Government into local cycling projects.
Play Australia is proud to announce the national launch of 1000 Play Streets – a movement to reconnect our socially-isolated communities as we look toward COVID-19 recovery and to encourage more play for all, on our quiet residential streets.
Being physically active for more than 150 minutes per week means you are twice as likely to have good mental health compared to someone who isn’t physically active.
We acknowledge and respect Aboriginal peoples as South Australia's first peoples and nations, we recognise Aboriginal peoples as traditional owners and occupants of land and waters in South Australia and that their spiritual, social, cultural and economic practices come from their traditional lands and waters; and they maintain their cultural and heritage beliefs, languages and laws which are of ongoing importance; We pay our respects to their ancestors and to their Elders.