Sport and Recreation Services

Sport and Recreation is a vital part of the ACT community. The ACT is Australia's most physically active community, home to many successful elite athletes and sporting teams and an abundance of sport and recreation facilities that provide physical activity opportunities around almost every corner.

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Sport and Recreation Services Annual Thanks Awards

Nominations are now open for the 14th Annual Thanks Awards presented by Sport and Recreation Services (SRS). The Awards are an industry wide volunteer recognition program for the local sport and recreation sector, and will be held on Wednesday 15 October 2014.

Nominations for the awards are open to all volunteers identified by their club and peak organisation as having made an outstanding contribution to the industry. Peak ACT sport and recreation organisations are invited to nominate individuals for an award on behalf of their affiliated clubs.

More information about the Thanks Awards


2014 Commonwealth Games

The 20th Commonwealth Games will be held in Glasgow, Scotland from the 23rd of July to the 3rd of August 2014. 17 athletes supported by ACTAS have been officially selected to compete in the Australian Team.
 
For further information relating to ACTAS supported athletes competing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games can be found by visiting the ACTAS page. 


Inclusive Sport Survey

The Inclusive Sport Survey report is a study completed by Sport and Recreation Services on the sport experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people living in the ACT and its surrounding regions.

More information about the Inclusive Sport Survey


ACT Health Grants – Changes to Funding Rounds Information Session

The Health Improvement Branch, ACT Health provided an update on changes to the ACT Health Promotion Grants Program for the sport and recreation industry on Thursday 6 February 2014. The session detailed the new strategic direction for the program and the aims and objectives of the Healthy Canberra Grants and the Health Promotion Innovation Fund.

You can view the presentation at:


Integrity in Sport

The National Integrity of Sport Unit's Education Program is now available online. The program allows sports to meet their obligations to educate players, support personnel, officials and staff under the obligations of their match-fixing policies.

To access the program:

  1. Visit the e-learning portalExternal Link - opens in new window
  2. Select the 'Get Started' option on the front page.
  3. Create an account.
  4. Then you can now start the course!

Stromlo Leisure Centre

If you would like information in regards to the Stromlo Leisure Centre, please contact us.


The Game Plan for Movable Soccer Goal Safety

There are simple ways to prevent injury and death from happening to young soccer players. Always remember to anchor, check and respect, and follow the:


Upcoming Events

The 2014 Education and Training Calendar can be found here.