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Updated: 08 September 2011

Interstate Physical Activity Websites


The following is a list of the interstate (be active wa equivalent) physical activity websites.

If you have a website related to physical activity and would like to promote it here, please email us.


Tasmania (external link)

04-Jan-11 14:46

Get Moving Tasmania aims to increase the level of physical activity of all Tasmanian's and promotes active and healthy lifestyles. On the Get Moving Tasmania website you will find a range of physical activity information that can help you and your community get moving.

South Australia

South Australia (external link)

04-Jan-11 14:51

Be Active is a South Australian message established by the State Government to get more South Australians more active, more often. With such a fantastic state in which to be active, there are many opportunities for all of us!


Victoria (external link)

04-Jan-11 15:01

'Go for your life' aims to promote healthy eating and increase levels of physical activity. The website provides a range of information for, fools and resources for teenagers, adults, new parents, children, families and older adults.

New South Wales

New South Wales (external link)

04-Jan-11 15:16

The Premier's Council for Active Living (PCAL) aims to build and strengthen the physical and social environments in which communities engage in active living. It comprises of senior representatives from across government, industry and the community sector.


Queensland (external link)

05-Jan-11 10:09

The Queensland government's physical activity website includes physical activity information, resources and links - including information for both consumers and professionals.

Northern Territory

Northern Territory (external link)

05-Jan-11 10:20

goNT is a whole of government and community initiative to promote physical activity and encourage Territorians to be more active in their everyday life. It is driven and monitored by the Chief Minister's Active Living Council, responsible for implementing and monitoring the goNTstrategy and first year action plan.