Sport and Recreation
- Sport and Recreation Tasmania
- Tasmanian Sporting Hall of Fame
- Funding opportunities
- Strategic and Operational Planning
- Risk Management toolkit
- Play by the Rules
- A-League Feasibility Study
- Framework for People with Disability
- Adventure Activity Standards
- Tasmanian Mountain Bike Plan
- Information sheets
- Trails Tasmania Strategy
- Staying Active
- Standards for Boxing and Combat Sport Contests
- Integrity of sport
- Tasmanian Ethics in Sport Framework
- SRT mailing list
From 1 June 2013, all boxing and combat sport contests in Tasmania will be expected to be conducted in accordance with SRTs Standards for Boxing and Combat Sport Contests (the Standards), and in accordance with Section 49B (1) of the Police Offences Act 1935.
The Staying Active booklets provides many ideas for older adults to be active and social in their local area, whether it be gardening, playing golf or tennis, joining in aqua aerobics or playing scrabble. These books have something to suit a wide range of interests and abilities.
Adventure Activity Standards
Adventure Activity Standards (AAS) are accepted standards for organisations and individuals conducting outdoor recreation activities where participants have a level of dependence upon the leader(s).
View the documents here.
The information sheets available on this web site have been designed to provide sport and recreation organisations with advice on a range of topics to help them in the day-to-day running of their organisation, click here.
Policy and Planning
Tasmanian Mountain Bike Plan 2009
Tasmanian Open Space Policy and Planning Framework
Trails Tasmania Strategy
Participation of Australians and Tasmanians in Exercise, Recreation and Sport
(An analysis of the Exercise, Recreation and Sport Survey (ERASS) results)
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Sport and Recreation Tasmania Hobart
22 Elizabeth Street, Hobart