Recreation Framework 2011+: a report for the Department of Sport and Recreation WA

The research and activity underpinning the content of this report builds on the May 2006 strategic analysis of the active, non competitive, recreation sector. For purposes of that analysis, recreation was defined as those non competitive physical activities that take place in our community for leisure purposes. Based on industry feedback, a nine point Recreation Reform Agenda was established for progress in the period 2006 – 2009.
In July 2009 the Department of Sport and Recreation WA (DSR) identified the need to revisit the process. In August 2009 DSR commissioned the Centre for Sport & Recreation Research (CSRR), Curtin University to undertake an independent study to build on the work which had guided DSR’s commitment to recreation priorities over the preceding three years, with the aim of building a relevant and contemporary agenda for 2010 and beyond.



Geographic Coverage

Western Australia


Executive summary. Prepared by Centre for Sport and Recreation Research (CSRR), Curtin University


Copyright owner: State of Western Australia


Wardale, D. (Author); Tye, M. (Author)


Department of Sport and Recreation WA: 2011