The following policies are either the policies of Walking SA, and/or provided as advice to bushwalking clubs so they can develop and review their policies.
On this page:
- Disability Action Plan (Walking SA)
- Strategic Plan, 2014 – 2016 (Walking SA)
- Constitution (Walking SA)
- Annual Reports (Walking SA)
- Advertising Opportunities (Walking SA)
- Play by the Rules
- Risk Management
- Hot Weather
Disability Action Plan (Walking SA)
Walking SA is committed to encouraging and ensuring opportunities for all South Australians, including people with a disability, to participate in walking in all forms.
Walking SA believes that a range of walking experiences and walking trails should be available for people with differing abilities.
This Disability Action Plan is based on objectives for the development of disability-inclusive practice for Walking SA and its affiliated clubs.
Strategic Plan, 2014 – 2016 (Walking SA)
Walking SA has developed a new Strategic Plan, 2014 – 2016, which was presented at our General Meeting on April 10, 2014.
Constitution (Walking SA)
This Constitution was adopted by Walking SA at a General Meeting on 10th April 2014, amended on 20 December 2014, amended 8 October 2015.
Annual Reports (Walking SA)
Advertising Opportunities (Walking SA)
Find out about advertising opportunities with Walking SA.
View our Advertising Policy.
Play by the Rules
Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment and child safety issues in sport.
National campaigns featuring radio and television community service announcement ads, utilising national sporting icons, are also extending positive sporting messages more broadly to the general community.
Play by the Rules also works to create closer, more mutually-beneficial relationships with government agencies, sports federations and national and state sporting organisations, associations and clubs. This helps to share and cross-promote information, programs and resources, link to wider sport and discrimination networks, and simplify the duplicity of information in the sector.
Through harnessing the combined strength and knowledge of the human rights and sports and recreation sectors, Play by the Rules aims to influence attitudes and change behaviours, which hopefully leads to positive cultural change in sport and recreation environments.
Bushwalking Australia has developed national risk management guidelines to raise awareness as to the importance of managing risk, with a primary focus on developing a culture of care within the bushwalking club network so that its members are able to:
- Enjoy activities in a reasonably safe manner whilst acknowledging the risks of injury inherent in their club’s activities.
- Understand that all participants have a duty of care to each other.
- Take responsibility for their own safety within the limit of their knowledge, experience and skills.