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Whitehorse Sport & Recreation Network

The Whitehorse Sport and Recreation Network provides Council with advice and guidance on the future of sport and recreation development within the City of Whitehorse.
 
The network is made up of Council officers from the Parks Planning and Recreation Unit and a maximum of 10 community representatives who are appointed for a two-year term.

Membership is open to individuals participating in sporting and recreation clubs or associations operating within the Whitehorse municipality.

Over the last few years the network has played a key role in assessing nominations for the Whitehorse Sports Awards, contributed to the Allsports Newsletter, and has provided guidance and support to Council officers in relation to the Recreation Strategy Plan.

The network has developed a guide for the recruitment and retention of volunteers in sporting and recreation clubs (click on link below to download).    

Member Email
John Bryan jrbryan@fastmail.com.au
Geoff Mason-Jones geoffmj@bigpond.com
Peter White whitepeter720@yahoo.com.au
Tim Cocks tim.cocks@maroondah.vic.gov.au
Darryl Collings darryl.collings@aflvic.com.au
Val Gardiner gardiner1765@gmail.com
Annette Hawkins ralphy_50@hotmail.com   
Haipei Yu happieyu@gmail.com
Chris Swaine chris.swaine@macdow.com.au

pdf icon  Whitehorse Sport and Recreation Network Terms of Reference February 2013.pdf (47.51kB)
pdf icon  Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Guide for Sport and Recreation Clubs (1.16MB)

AllSports Newsletter

AllSports is Council's quarterly newsletter that goes out to sporting clubs in the City of Whitehorse. 

Clubs are encouraged to submit stories and photographs and can email them to ardadmin@whitehorse.vic.gov.au or send them to:

Administration
Parks Planning and Recreation
Whitehorse City Council
Locked Bag 2
Nunawading Delivery Centre VIC 3110

As this publication is quarterly, clubs are encouraged to send achievements and personal stories about players rather than competition results, to ensure that all information printed remains current. The editor has the final say on what will be included in each publication. Click on the following link to download the most recent issue of AllSports: pdf icon  AllSports Newsletter February 2013 (1.87MB)

For enquiries contact the Project Officer Parks Planning and Recreation on 9262 6106.

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