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Activating the industry through increased advocacy
As the peak association for the Australian health and fitness industry, representing members through advocacy with government, councils and other stakeholders is an important responsibility.
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Physical activity needs to be an Election priority
While New South Wales lays claim to the most populated state or territory in Australia, alarmingly in raw numbers, this also puts the state in top spot when it comes to levels of physical inactivity – a concerning statistic AUSactive says should be top of mind in the NSW 2023 State Election next March.
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Ensuring safety of all gym users is our top priority
With the longer days and warmer months upon us, our industry sees a steady increase in members visiting and joining gyms and other health & fitness facilities.
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AUSactive achieves Peak Body status in Western Australia
AUSactive has been successfully recognised by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) as the Peak Body for the fitness sector in Western Australia.
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Government Advocacy strategic priorities
Our overall priority is to have exercise, physical activity and fitness considered integral components of Australia’s preventative health thinking and policies.
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Health and fitness sector contributes over $4 billion to Australian GDP
A global Deloitte Report, commissioned by The Global Health & Fitness Alliance, in collaboration with AUSactive, has analysed health and fitness industry impacts on 46 countries.
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Eased isolation restrictions a boost for industry skill shortage
AUSactive launched dedicated jobs board to help fill positions.
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The fitness industry needs certainty and support
Supporting community health, wellbeing and getting business back on track remains the key priority for Government as we move beyond the Covid pandemic.
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Open Letter to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg
More than two thirds of Australians are overweight or obese, we spend more than six hours a day sitting at work and that probably explains why on an average adults spend ten hours a day looking at digital devices.
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