Partnership For Impact

The Confederation of Australian Sport partners for maximum impact with a diverse range of carefully chosen organisations who share our values and commitment. We embrace the opportunity to cross-promote the excellent work of our partners and kindred organisations to maximise the benefits for the Australian community. CAS collaborates on sport development programs, preventative health initiatives, research projects, the promotion of sport and active recreation or with those whom we can jointly advocate for change with government. Together, our voices are amplified.

Ultimately, these partnerships will help increase the strength of our collective work and will enhance the lives of the Australian community – and that benefits all of us.

CAS is proud to work with the following organisations:

Strategic Partners

Admired and respected organisations


Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF)
Protecting Australia’s sporting heritage

Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance
An independent voice addressing shared modifiable risk factors for chronic disease   –


Active Healthy Kids Australia
AHKA Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Young People

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The Womens Game
Australia’s only dedicated women’s sports portal.


Women Sport Australia
Women participating and leading in sport.

Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA)
Australia’s Sporting and Active Lifestyle Goods Industry

Fitness Australia

Fitness Australia is the peak fitness industry body which exists to get more Australians physically active. We facilitate the Australian Register of Exercise Professionals, develop industry standards, and encourage quality fitness services through accreditation.  Visit:

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA)
Empowering sport the eco-friendly way

CAS Supporters

International Recognition

Why investing in physical activity is essential

This case study is part of the series highlighting why grassroots sports and physical activity funding is essential to build…

National Indigenous Sports Foundation

Ken Wyatt (Minister for Indigenous Australians -third from left) was keynote speaker at the Inaugural National Indigenous Sport Summit in 2017....

No progress: Physical inactivity remains a global pandemic

This media release is courtesy of the University of Sydney More action needed to get active Experts are calling for urgent…

$1.3 Million Funding for People with Disabilities to Participate in Sailing on Mid North Coast NSW

This media release is courtesy of Australian Sailing. People with a disability will be able to participate in aquatic training and…

Squash Australia partners with Pride in Sport

This media release is courtesy of Squash Australia.  Squash Australia has become the newest member of the Australian Pride in Sport…

2032 Olympic Games set to return to Australia

Tonight Australian’s are celebrating after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that Queensland has secured the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. …

Cathy Freeman: Running for her people

This is article is courtesy of World Athletics.  Nineteen million Australians had their eyes on one athlete at the Sydney 2000…

New Sport Australia program helping sports boost capability

This is a media release from Sport Australia.  Sport Australia is supporting the growth of small-to-medium Australian sports through its new…

Sporting codes partner with Government to kick-off The Great Registration Race for DonateLife Week

This is a media release from Donate Life.  On Thursday July 8 2021 the Federal Coalition Government is announcing more than…

Providing young Tasmanians with a Ticket to Play

The Tasmanian Liberal Government is working to get more young Tasmanians active, which is why I’m extremely pleased to relaunch Ticket…