This consultation has concluded
Updates and outcomes
You are invited to contribute your thoughts and ideas to help us support recreation and sport to thrive in South Australia.
What is being decided?
Having a vibrant recreation and sport sector is fundamental to the quality of life of all South Australians. It contributes to the wellbeing, happiness and lifestyles of our communities.
Most recreation and sport is provided by the community for the community. The Office for Recreation and Sport is a government agency that works alongside the sport and recreation community to help them provide opportunities for all South Australians to get involved.
The Office for Recreation and Sport is drafting a new strategic plan. The plan will identify our key priorities and guide our work for the next 3 years. To inform our plan we want to hear your aspirations for the future of recreation and sport in South Australia.
How can your input influence the decision?
Your comments will help us understand the support we can offer the recreation and sport community so all South Australians can enjoy the benefits of being involved. There are no right or wrong answers!
We want to understand why recreation and sport is important to you.
We want an insight into your vision for the future of recreation and sport.
And we want to capture some of the great ideas and practice already going on out in the community.
Provide your feedback:
- Post in the online YourSAy discussion board.
- Email your submission to the Office for Recreation and Sport.
- Mail your submission to: Office for Recreation and Sport, Strategic Plan project, PO Box 219 Brooklyn Park SA 5032.
Written submissions received may be made available to the public. If you do not wish your submission to be made public, please make this clear in your submission by writing ‘confidential’ on your submission. However, please note that confidentiality of submissions cannot be guaranteed. This is because submissions may be accessed by the public under the Freedom of Information Act 1991.
As well as listening to the community we are also inviting sport and recreation organisations, local government, members of parliament and other players in the industry to contribute their feedback.