Facilities and Access
Every Australian has a right to access safe and accessible facilities to play sport. Governments at all levels, sport organisations and other businesses are investing in new and updated facilities that make sport more accessible to people with a disability, women and girls, older adults and people from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds. More accessible facilities allow for more participation, so this will benefit Aboriginal people. Yet, across the country, more investment is needed to ensure everyone has access to a safe and accessible place to play.
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The information, advice and resources contained on this page have been developed by Vicsport, using the independent evaluation of the VicHealth State Sport Association Participation Program, and through consultation with VicHealth, Sport and Recreation Victoria, Netball Victoria, Cricket Australia, Surfing Victoria, Canoeing Victoria, and Gippsport.
Share your stories!
If your organisation has a story to share about participation in your sport by Aboriginal people, please feel free to contact Vicsport. We would be happy to provide links to case studies or videos on this page.
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