The City of Rockingham covers an extremely active area and contains more than 140 sport and recreation clubs. These clubs are all community groups that are run by volunteers who are there to support the community of Rockingham.
If you would like to contact a sport and recreation club, you can access their information through the City’s Activity Guide or visit the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries' Find a Club page.
The City of Rockingham is one of many local governments in Western Australia that has been successful in receiving funding from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to administer the KidSport program.
KidSport makes it possible for eligible children to join a not-for-profit sport or recreation club, by contributing up to $150 towards paying club registration and other agreed fees. For more information visit the City's KidSport page.
Sports Star Awards
Since 1997, the City of Rockingham Sports Star Awards has marked an annual celebration of outstanding achievements in sport in the Rockingham area.
The City takes great pride in recognising and rewarding the achievements of local sporting individuals and teams. Over the past 20 years the awards have recognised world, national, state, regional and local competition level champions from Rockingham. The value of sport and recreation in the Rockingham community cannot be over emphasised. For more information visit the City's Sports Star Awards page.
The Activity Guide is produced to promote fun and creative sporting, recreational and leisure activities in Rockingham. The City aims to promote healthy active lifestyles and improve the overall health and wellbeing of all individuals.
National Guidelines recommend 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the week for good health. All activities in the Rockingham Activity Guide will help you find 30, connect you with your community and achieve this goal.
Have a Read
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries aims to enhance the lifestyle of Western Australians through their participation and achievement in sport and recreation.
Seniors Recreation Council publishes a directory of sport and recreation activities for adults called 'Add Life to Your Years'.
Australian Sports Commission is governed by a board of commissioners who bring a range of expertise to guide the work of the ASC. The Board includes former athletes, business people and journalists, each with extensive, first-hand knowledge of Australia's sporting landscape.
Good Sports works together with local sporting clubs to build a healthier sporting nation. Come be a part of Australia's largest health initiative in community sports.
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