Find out what funding is available to improve sport and recreation facilities, assist with projects, education and training, or to help with the cost of equipment.
These useful tips and resources will help with the day-to-day operation of sport and recreation organisations.
In this section you will find information on introducing children to sport, encouraging participation, equitable opportunities, the junior sport development model, developing a policy and links to statistics on junior participation and to the Australian Sports Commission's Active After Schools Program.
Sporting clubs and associations not only provide the opportunity for Queenslanders to get more active but they can also promote healthier food and drink choices amongst the club community. The Food for Sport guidelines have been used to create Good Sports + Healthy Eating, a simple system sporting clubs can use to introduce healthier choices for their canteens.
The use of performance enhancing substances is banned in Queensland for ethical, health and legal reasons.
We have high quality facilities that sporting groups love. Hire a court, host an event or come on camp—we have something to suit all needs.
Check out the Education and training calendar to see what's on in your region.
- Supporting volunteers
Whether you are a sport and recreation club who manages volunteers, or a volunteer yourself, the information provided here will help you.
- Community consultations
The Office of Fair Trading's consultation on possible changes to the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 and the Associations Incorporation Regulation 1999.