Create partnerships that maximise the impact of government and industry actions to benefit an active Queensland.
Transform the active industry’s role
- Work with the active industry to invest in participation stimulus that ensures high quality and inclusive participation opportunities exist for more Queenslanders to be active.
- Overhaul governance models to develop a framework that drives outcomes.
- Advocate for a national approach to safety and integrity in sport, including combat sports.
- Queensland Academy of Sport to provide leadership and support to the active industry on health and safety, including concussion management, particularly for high-risk and contact sports.
- Continue to administer state legislation and work with the Australian Government to ensure integrity within the industry.
- Transition investment in state-level sport and recreation organisations to conditional funding over time to drive the achievement of government priorities, including gender equity in leadership positions and equal pay and prize money for professional athletes.
Leverage knowledge, technology and innovation
- Invest in improved collaboration and partnerships, and harness innovation across the active industry, including the co-location of sports at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre.
- Promote and broaden the influence of the high performance system to position Queensland as a sports innovation and technology destination.
- Drive a knowledge alliance across government, community, universities and the active industry to guide investment in solutions that successfully provide quality physical activity opportunities for all Queenslanders.
- Form a strong evidence base through collaboration across government, universities and industry on data science.
Success looks like
- an active industry growing in capability to meet Queenslanders’ needs
- leveraging outcomes through collaborations.
Case study: Collaboration helps cricket club grow innings
The Beenleigh Pirates Cricket Club was unsure how to accommodate their growing numbers until a Queensland Government and local council collaboration provided a solution.
While the club had limited space, the school oval next door had perfect facilities for a range of sports, including cricket.
The club worked with Sport and Recreation and Education Queensland in the Queensland Government, as well as the Logan City Council, to build a relationship that benefits the community.
With funding from state and local governments, the school’s oval is now available for the cricket club, and other sporting clubs in the local area, to use.
- Last updated:
- 29 November 2019