Developing and supporting opportunities for Queenslanders to participate in sport and active recreation. - Queensland

Service summary

The Department, through Sport and Recreation Services works with sport and recreation organisations, councils, schools, community organisations, state agencies and the wider community to increase participation, develop better skills in the industry and create better places and opportunities for participation in sport and recreation.

The Department provides a variety of programs and services to the sport and recreation industry.

Funding programs:

Funding programs coordinated by Sport and Recreation Services include the following:

  • young Athlete Assistance Program
  • get Started
  • get Going
  • get Playing
  • state Sport and Recreation Organisation Development Program
  • Industry Peak Body Funding
  • local Sport and Recreation Jobs Plan
  • sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program

Details of funding programs open for applications are provided at the sport and recreation website.

Community and school programs:

Early childhood programs provide resources that provide physical activity for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and school-aged children:

  • Get Active Queensland Accreditation Program
  • Building Active Communities Workshops
  • Volunteer and Club/Association Management Program
  • Challenge, Achievement and Pathways in Sport Program
  • Food for Sport:  Healthy food and drink guidelines for sporting clubs
  • Play by the Rules

Facilities:

  • Tallebudgera, Currimundi and Lake Tinaroo Active Recreation Centre's and the Tallebudgera Leisure Centre
  • Townsville Sports Reserve
  • Toowoomba Sports ground

For further information on the Department's community and school sport and recreation programs please refer to the website.

Service type

Support Service

A service offered by government to aid in running a business.

Eligibility requirements

Refer to the Department's website for details on the specific eligibility criteria for individual programs and services.

Fees

Refer to the Department's website for details on the specific costs involved for individual programs and services.

Publications Details

The following resources are available on the Department's website, for you to download:

  • Move Baby Move*
  • Active Alphabet*
  • Let's Get Moving*
  • Active School Leaders
  • Daily Physical Activity Guide for Schools*
  •  Games Smart USB
  • Support an Active Learner
  • Open Space for Sport and Recreation:  Planning Principles and Implementation Notes for Local Government
  • Guidelines for Establishing and Managing Trail Bike Riding Facilities
  • Guide to the development Application Process for Trail Bike Site Developers
  • Volunteer and Club/Association Management (VMP/CAMP) online resource
  • Sport Dimensions for Playing Areas
  • Australia Sports Commission's Catalogue of Resources
  • South East Queensland Outdoor Recreation Demand Study Report 2007
  • Outdoor Recreation Trends in South East Queensland between 1997-2007
  • Central Queensland Outdoor Recreation Demand Study
  • Play by the Rules tools and resources
  • Food for Sport:  Healthy food and drink guidelines for sporting clubs
  • Supporting volunteers information and resources
  • Club Health Check

*These titles are no longer available in hard copy.

Any queries you have can be directed to your nearest Sport and Recreation office.


Administering agency

Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing
Sport and Recreation Services

Contact details

Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing
Sport and Recreation Services

Operating address:
Level 8 111 George Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Mailing address:
PO Box 15187
CITY EAST QLD 4002

Phone:

07 3338 9208

Fax:

07 3338 9290

Website:

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Supporting information

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