A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
How to start a new club.
The State Sporting Infrastructure Plan has been developed by the department to serve as forward planning for the provision of infrastructure to service State, National and International level sporting competition.
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (the department) has completed a statutory review of the Cat Act 2011 (Cat Act) and the Dog Amendment Act 2013 (Dog Amendment Act).
Our vision for Western Australia is to be the best place it can be to live, work and play thanks to the contribution of its arts, culture and creative industries.
The sport and recreation industry's dynamic five-year plans help deliver successful outcomes for sport and recreation in WA.
The purpose of the Strategic Funding Review was to look at the department’s investment into Western Australia’s sport and recreation industry, and to address upcoming opportunities and challenges within the portfolio.
In March 2018 the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (the department) announced the Sport and Recreation Strategic Funding Review.
The strategy will be implemented on a 12 month trial basis and reviewed by the Commission upon receipt of sufficient data to determine the degree to which the strategy has been effective in curbing dangerous weight cutting behaviours.
The president or chairperson is the principal leader of the club and has overall responsibility for the club’s administration.
Guidance to licensees who wish to conduct tastings on their licensed premises or at another licensed premises.
Guidance on Temporary Bar Licences.
The 4th R resource package aims to provide guidance for educators choosing the departments recreation camps programs.
Local Government Operational Guidelines
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.
Sport and the law is a complex area for clubs and associations.
A review of current literature indicates that people who participate in sports clubs and organised recreational activity enjoy better mental health, are more alert, and more resilient against the stresses of modern living.
Untold Stories of Western Australian Aboriginal Servicemen at Gallipoli.
These tips provide guidelines for new and existing officials. Good officiating, playing and coaching ensures everyone enjoys the experience!
These tips provide some direction for coaches to increase their chance of having the greatest impact possible on their junior athletes.