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Recreation Strategic Reform Agenda

In 2005 the department committed resources to undertake an analysis of its services and programs for the recreation sector.

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Recreation Reform Strategy cover An extensive consultation process was undertaken with key individuals and stakeholders from across recreation, local government, fitness, outdoor recreation and camps interest areas. The agenda was published in 2006 and a range of actions undertaken by the department and industry groups.

In 2009 further consultation was undertaken to review the agenda with the result being the development of a Recreation Framework. The framework was developed by the representatives of industry peak bodies including; Parks and Leisure Australia (PLA), Leisure Institute of Australia Aquatics (LIWA), Fitness Australia, Outdoors WA, Top Trails and the WA Sports Federation (WASF).

The framework identifies the following five key areas for development in the industry;

  1. Planning
  2. Funding and resource
  3. Workforce development
  4. Access to quality recreation experiences
  5. Asset management

Recreation framework

Recreation Framework 2011+

The research and activity underpinning the content of this report builds on the May 2006 strategic analysis of the active, non competitive, recreation sector.

Recreation custodians

The representatives of the peak bodies have formed a strategic planning group known as the Recreation Custodians who meet monthly to progress actions under the five key areas.

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Geordie Thompson
Manager Recreation Services
Department of Sport and Recreation
246 Vincent Street, LEEDERVILLE WA 6007
PO Box 329, LEEDERVILLE WA 6903
Telephone (08) 9492 9718
Facsimile (08) 9492 9711
Email Geordie

 
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