A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
A framework for physical activity in Western Australia.
Open space is an inherent part of the Australian culture, helping to define Perth and contribute to the physical and mental health of our community.
The department promotes, encourages and supports strategies to minimise harm from alcohol use in the interests of the health and safety of those participating in sporting and recreational activities.
This guide contains a series of practical tools to assist with the development of an Asset Management Plan for a facility.
Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier, and safer communities across Western Australia.
Sport and physical activity enhance childrens learning 2010.
This guide will introduce you to some of the disciplines within the sport and recreation sector and provide a glimpse into the roles and requirements that exist in these areas.
Position on child safeguarding
The primary purpose of this framework is to define terminology that can be universally used to describe public open space.
How climate change could affect sport and recreation now and in the future.
Team managers have an extremely important role ensuring the successful management of the team and welfare of the athletes in their care.
Volunteers are one of the most important resources in your club so managing them effectively should be a priority. This resource will help you keep those you currently have and attract new ones to your club as well.
Position on coaching
How sport and recreation helps build social capital and strengthens communities.
Position on concussion in sport
Weight cutting is a dangerous practice often inappropriately undertaken in combat sports.
This guide will assist facility planners in determining the need for, and feasibility of community sport and recreation services. The model in this guide can also be structured to apply to program based solutions.
Position on the definition of sport and active recreation
This resource highlights some common-sense steps to ensuring your workload will be lighter, that your group won’t have members who just ‘make up the numbers’ and that it will be seen as an effective team.
If you are inexperienced in chairing formal meetings, such as the club Annual General Meeting or the monthly club meetings, this resource provides some helpful hints.
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