Parks & Leisure Australia SA/NT has established an Open Space Planners Network that meets 3 times a year to discuss (Recreation and) Open Space planning related issues, ideas, future opportunities and potential directions.
The WA Leisure Facilities Network was developed to identify key priorities, issues and opportunities for facility managers in Western Australia.
The WA Leisure Planners Network is aimed at those involved in the planning, development, provision and use of community leisure infrastructure and public open space in both regional and metro areas.
The Parks and Streetscape Network was established from the need to articulate/facilitate sustainability elements for parks and gardens and to establish best practice knowledge in the field of park and streetscape management.
The Events network is aimed at local government, community, club (sport and recreation) & commercial event management staff as well as event holders looking to undertake event planning and delivery.
The Leisure Fitness Network focuses on Health, Wellness and Fitness topics as well as Memberships and Business Solutions. The Network is an opportunity for industry representatives to come together to discuss wins, challenges and ideas.
MARAG is comprised of sport and recreation employees from local government authorities situated in the Perth metropolitan area; and associated representatives from the Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries; Parks and Leisure Australia (WA Branch); Western Australia Local Government Association; Western Australian Sports Federation; and the university sector.
The Open Space Planners Network (OSPN) has been established to: