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PBTR's reference guide

Sport and recreation organisations across the country regularly have to deal with a range of harassment, discrimination and child protection issues involving players, coaches, officials and spectators.

This Quick Reference Guide shows where you can find the essential information and services to help you resolve these issues, including:

  • referring illegal or unlawful behaviour
  • promoting a positive, child-safe environment
  • making and resolving complaints.

The Guide also includes links to key sporting and recreation bodies, government agencies and non-government organisations, along with a short description of the support they can provide, including:

  • national sport and recreation organisations
  • state and territory sport and recreation organisations
  • police
  • child protection/child welfare agencies
  • equal opportunity and anti-discrimination agencies
  • dispute resolution and mediation services
  • legal services and advice
  • counselling services.

PBTR's Quick Reference Guide

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11.6 million Australian adults participate in sport or physical activity three or more times per week.
3.2 million Australian children participate in organised sport or physical activity outside of school.
$10 billion is spent annually by Australians on fees for participation in sport or physical activity.
17 million Australian adults participate in a sport or physical activity every year.
650 thousand Australians either coach, teach or instruct sport.