Sport and Active Recreation SMP 2014-2019 Evaluation

Help us evaluate the Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Plan 2014-19 (SARSMP).

SARSMP sets our direction for sport and active recreation infrastructure, services and programs across the city. You can read it here.

The plan is currently being evaluated, and we would like to know what you think about:

  • What’s been achieved
  • How usable you find the plan
  • What’s changed since it was developed
  • Potential improvements.

Your feedback will be included in the plan’s evaluation and help guide development of a revised Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Plan, which we’re aiming to complete by June 2020.


Help us evaluate the Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Plan 2014-19 (SARSMP).

SARSMP sets our direction for sport and active recreation infrastructure, services and programs across the city. You can read it here.

The plan is currently being evaluated, and we would like to know what you think about:

  • What’s been achieved
  • How usable you find the plan
  • What’s changed since it was developed
  • Potential improvements.

Your feedback will be included in the plan’s evaluation and help guide development of a revised Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Plan, which we’re aiming to complete by June 2020.


Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Management Plan Evaluation Survey

We would like your thoughts on the Sport and active recreation Strategic Management Plan.  We estimate it will take 5 -10 minutes to complete.

These are defined as follows:

  • Sport is human activity involving physical exertion and skill as the primary focus of the activity, which by its nature is organised, has rules and is competitive and is generally accepted as being a sport.
  • Active recreation is where the primary purpose and focus of the activity undertaken is to engage in physical exertion for its own sake (eg. jogging, cycling and walking for fitness), not where the physical exertion undertaken is secondary to the primary activity (eg gold detecting, dog training)


CLOSED: This survey has concluded.