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Government policy and programs are essential in supporting improved and increased opportunities for physical activity in Western Australia.
There are a number of communication and advocacy publications available in relation to improving and increasing opportunities for physical activity.
There is a significant amount of evidence to support the benefits of physical activity and the importance of improving and increasing opportunities for all Western Australians to be more active.
The 'accessibility' key subject area encompasses resources relating to a range of things - from inclusion and barriers to physical activity through to resources in relation to infrastructural access issues and the built environment.
Physical activity, sport and recreation makes an important contribution to the health and wellbeing of individuals and groups in Western Australia. There are a number of physical activity, sport and recreation resources available in the form of guidelines, programs, policies and plans.
There are a huge range of resources available, including case studies, research and publications, in relation to health and wellness.
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Active transport is the most practical and sustainable way to increase physical activity levels, helping Western Australian’s to achieve the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity per day.
There are certain settings, such as schools and the workplace, which present particularly good opportunities for initiatives aimed at increasing levels of physical activity.
There are a number of physical activity resources and information that relates to specific demographic groups.
There is an accumulating body of evidence which demonstrates the linkages between the design of the built environment and its impact on physical activity, wellbeing and overall health.
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