13.05.13 For your diary - Sunday June 30 - 2013 STARCLUB Club Development Conference at AAMI Stadium
Registrations will open in early June for this popular club conference for community sport and recreation club volunteers and administrators.
Attracting juniors, club finances, building positive club cultures, new liquor licencing laws and managing volunteers are only some of the sessions on offer.
$20 each or $50 for three people from the same club inc. lunch.
Registered STARCLUBS will be notified first to access priority online registrations in June. MORE DETAILS COMING SOON.
04.04.13 New Strategic Plan 2013-2015
The Office for Recreation and Sport presents its new Strategic Plan 2013-2015. This plan is a clear and uncomplicated plan with three key strategic priorities vital to the sector:
03.04.13 South Australian Rowers Confidence Boost for Rio South Australia's top rowers have received a confidence boost as they push towards Australian team selection for this year's European World Cup and World Championship regattas. Read the media release here (52kb PDF)
13.03.13 New synthetic surface for BHAS bowling club
State Government funding has contributed towards a new era for the BHAS Bowling Club in
Port Pirie with the opening of the new synthetic surface at the venue. Read the Media Release here (71kb PDF)
17.01.13 Exciting new era for Hindmarsh Stadium
Hindmarsh Stadium will realise it's potential as a multi-purpose sport and entertainment venue following the transfer of management to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Read the Media Release here (71kb PDF)
30.11.12 Recreation and Sport Ensuring A Child Safe Environment
South Australia has developed a proactive program to ensure all children are safe when pursuing sport and active recreation opportunities. Read the Media Release here (28kb PDF)
Violent Behaviour and Spectator Abuse Has No Place in Sport
Recent reports about incidents involving violence on the playing field and spectator abuse of officials and participants, has prompted the Office for Recreation and Sport (ORS) to remind everyone that sport should be a safe and enjoyable pastime for all.
A new series of reports provides a snapshot of participation in recreation or sport as well as an overview of volunteer and spectator involvement across the 12 planning regions of South Australia. The information will provide a solid evidence base to help plan for the future, ensuring the right systems, people, training and infrastructure are in place to meet the current and emerging needs of all South Australians.
Access the Regional Research - Out and About series here.