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PublicationsDid you know that twice as many Western Australian women exercise because it makes them feel better about themselves compared to the number of men?

Or that almost half of those who volunteer their time do so because they believe it helps others in the community.

An average Australian household spends more than $11 a week on sport and recreation products and services.

And almost half the adult population says they aren't physically active because they lack the time.

People from all levels of the sport and recreation industry - from clubs to national sporting organisations - need useful information about our industry which is why the Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) has compiled Facts and Stats.

Sustainability Pack

Providing information on environmental issues currently facing sporting organisations and clubs within Western Australia and to equip them with the tools and skills necessary to reduce their environmental impact.

Strategic Directions 5

WA’s sport and recreation industry has been guided by three to five-year strategic directions since 1997, giving the industry a framework in which to operate and develop. It has also guided State Government decision-making and funding directions and has been the catalyst for the achievement of a range of industry outcomes.

Below is a list of publications produced by the department. If you require a publication in an alternative format, please contact the Publications Officer on 08 9492 9837.

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Parents play a key role in creating healthy environments for their children. In order to achieve this, many parents will need information and education on the benefits of physical activity and on the importance of positive and acceptable behaviours in sport and recreation.
Event order under the Major Events (Aerial Advertising) Act 2009
The Department of Sport and Recreation's Annual Report details the department's contribution towards the State Government's strategic outcomes.
A comprehensive overview of the careers and courses available in Western Australia.
A complete list of clubhouse resources.
Clubhouse is a compilation of resources for clubs.
Publications to assist community groups, local governments and other sport and recreation facility planners and managers.
People from all levels of the sport and recreation industry - from clubs to national sporting organisations - need useful information about our industry.
Issues affecting the sport and recreation industry.
A list of inclusive sport and recreation organisations.
Providing access to current, relevant and timely library services.
A list of local government contacts in Western Australia.
A list of major sport and recreation facilities.
A Decision Making Guide when determining whether to use Natural Grass or Synthetic Turf
A list of sport and recreation peak bodies.
The Department of Sport and Recreation provides position statements on a range of industry issues. Each position statement presents a brief background to the issue and the department's stated position.
A list of contacts for the Recreation Camps.
We often don't consider the real value of sport and recreation in our everyday lives. While we can easily acknowledge the physical benefits from being involved in sport and active recreation there are also many other benefits.
A list of sports associations.
The Sport and Recreation Directory is an online database of organisations in the sport and recreation industry in Western Australia.
A regular check of our Sport and Recreation Update is a great way to keep up-to-date with what's happening in sport and recreation in your region and across WA.
A directory of department sports consultants.
This guide has been prepared by the Department of Sport and Recreation to provide general information regarding the designing of, and marking out for, a range of sporting activities played in Western Australia.
WA’s sport and recreation industry has been guided by three to five-year strategic directions since 1997, giving the industry a framework in which to operate and develop. It has also guided State Government decision-making and funding directions and has been the catalyst for the achievement of a range of industry outcomes.
Providing information on environmental issues currently facing sporting organisations and clubs within Western Australia and to equip them with the tools and skills necessary to reduce their environmental impact.
The Chronicle is a regular newsletter of the Aboriginal Sport Program.
The Department supports initiatives that aim to minimise the risk of children being harmed within the sport and recreation industry.
A list of resources to assist organisations create and maintain child-safe environments
There are three steps you should take as part of the process of creating a workplace health and physical activity program.

 
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