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Page updated: 02 May 2012

The Physical Activity Taskforce has ceased operation and this website is no longer updated.

Updated: 02 May 2012

Projects and Submissions

Projects & Submissions

Promoted under the be active wa banner, the Physical Activity Taskforce (the Taskforce) linked government and community agencies, providing a policy coordination and accountability role, through strategic leadership and direction, in relation to physical activity.

Minister’s Foreword

Foreword from the Hon. Terry K Waldron, Chair of the Physical Activity Taskforce.

The Role of the Taskforce

The Physical Activity Taskforce (the Taskforce) was formed in 2001 to oversee the development and implementation of a whole of community physical activity strategy for Western Australia.

Our Structure

The Physical Activity Taskforce (the Taskforce) was underpinned by a united goal of policy coordination, research and evaluation, communication and advocacy to ensure sufficient physical activity opportunities for all Western Australians.

Projects & Priorities

The Physical Activity Taskforce (the Taskforce) was underpinned by a united goal of policy coordination, research and evaluation, communication and resourcing to ensure sufficient physical activity opportunities for all Western Australians.

Past Taskforce Reports, Plans & Submissions

The Physical Activity Taskforce (the Taskforce) was formed in 2001 to oversee the development and delivery of a whole of government, whole of community approach to increasing physical activity levels in Western Australia.

Taskforce Branding

The Taskforce linked government and community agencies under the umbrella brand 'be active wa'.

Contact Us

To find out more about the former Physical Activity Taskforce, contact the Department of Sport and Recreation Information Centre.