Physical Activity Plan Examples
The Taskforce compiled a list of sample physical activity plans which may assist local governments and other key stakeholders in developing their own physical activity plans.
The Taskforce developed a guide called How To: Physical Activity Plans: A Guide for Local Government to assist agencies who wish to develop their own plan and to learn from the lessons of local governments who are leading the way in making physical activity a priority in their community.
The Physical Activity and Nutrition Strategic Plan provides a framework and a set of objectives to assist the City of Belmont to plan, develop, implement, evaluate and sustain physical activity and healthy eating programs, opportunities and services into the future.
The sport and recreation plan includes six key objectives of - access, equity and safety; partnership development; facility development, management and maintenance; community programming for increased participation; volunteer investment and development; and communication networks.
The City of Fremantle Physical Activity Strategic Plan aims to provide a framework and a set of objectives to assist the City to plan, develop, implement and evaluate physical activity programs and services into the future.
The Physical Activity and Nutrition Plan provides a framework to guide the City of Geraldton-Greenough to plan, develop, implement, evaluate and sustain physical activity programs, opportunities and services for all residents, into the future.
An initiative of the Gold Coast Physical Activity Alliance, this is an agreed plan for shared physical activity action on the Gold Coast. The Plan recommends actions to address five key action areas.
The purpose of the plan was to provide the impetus for a measureable increase in physical activity opportunities in the local community.
The Physical Activity Strategic Plan provides a framework to guide the Town of Bassendean to plan, develop, implement, evaluate and sustain physical activity programs, opportunities and services into the future.
Additional Physical Activity Plan Resources
See the key resources below or access the full list of resources relating to 'physical activity plans'.
Launched on Thursday 15 December 2011, the Active Living for All framework represents the strategic direction for increasing and improving opportunities for physical activity in Western Australia (WA) over the next five years (2012 - 2016).
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Developed by the National Heart Foundation, 'Blueprint for an active Australia' provides key information to help governments, organisations, associations and agencies formulate a national physical activity plan for action.
The Physical Activity Taskforce developed the following guide to assist agencies who wish to develop their own plan and to learn from the lessons of local governments who are leading the way in making physical activity a priority in their community.
The Active Living Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework (IPR) Resource has been prepared for the Premier’s Council for Active Living and the New South Wales Division of Local Government, Department of Premier and Cabinet.
The Department of Local Government developed the guidelines to assist local governments in undertaking strategic planning.
Developed by the Public Health Advocacy Institute of Western Australia this resource is designed as a comprehensive and community based Public Health Plan that can be implemented, evaluated and sustained.
Developed by the Department of Local Government, NSW Health Department, NSW Sport and Recreation, National Heart Foundation of Australia (NSW Division). The purpose of this guide is to provide local governments with a practical resource that will assist them to encourage local communities to be more physically active.