The Shire in conjunction with the Town of Mosman Park offers a range of physical activity programmes to the residents from time to time. For further information on any of these activities please contact the Shire office.
A Place for Walking
The Department of Health advocates that everyone needs to find at least 30 minutes each day to participate in physical activity for good health. It only takes a little activity to gain some big health benefits.
By finding 30 minutes a day you can:
Volunteer Walk Organisers
The programme relies on Volunteer Walk Organisers, and both local governments are seeking registrations from persons interested in participating in the Heart Foundation Walking Programme as Volunteer Walk Organisers. All volunteers need to register, and will participate in a training programme prior to the programme commencing. Dowload a registration form here or register on-line.
For further information, please contact Community Development Officer Vanessa O’Brien at the Shire office on 9286 8600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Does your child require assistance to ensure a positive introduction to sport and recreation?
Sportslink is an inclusive program that teaches basic sports skills and confidence to children with disabilities from 7 to 12 years of age. Qualified coaches and student volunteers will work with participants to:
This RecNet program has resulted from a partnership between Presbyterian Ladies College, the Shire of Peppermint Grove, the Towns of Mosman Park and Claremont and the City of Nedlands; and is funded by the Department of Sport and Recreation.
The Sportslink programme is held at Presbyterian Ladies’ College, 14 McNeil Street, Peppermint Grove. PLC offers a series of courses during the year and registration is essential. Please call Presbyterian Ladies’ College on 9424 6530 and come along to Sportslink to discover your child’s ABILITIES!
KidSport makes it possible for eligible children to join a not-for-profit sport or recreation club, by contributing up to $200 towards club registration and other agreed fees, regardless of their financial circumstances.
The Shire of Peppermint Grove and Towns of Mosman Park, Claremont and Cottesloe have formed a partnership with the Department of Sport and Recreation to implement and administer the Western Suburbs KidSport program.
To be eligible, children must:
If you do not have a Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card, but suffer from financial difficulty, contact the Town of Mosman Park to discuss your nearest KidSport Referral Agent who will help determine if you are eligible to receive funding.
Sport and recreation clubs within the ‘Western Suburbs’ Local Government areas will need to register to become an official KidSport club in order for children to claim KidSport funding for their fees through Clubs Online. To register or sign up to Clubs Online, go to: http://clubsonline.dsr.wa.gov.au
How to apply
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|KidSport Application Voucher||Document||PDF 762 kb|
|KidSport Fact Sheet||Document||PDF 3.62 MB|
|KidSport Frequently Asked Questions||Document||PDF 956 kb|
|KidSport Club Registration Form||Document||PDF 988kb|