Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network


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The Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network welcomes community sport and recreation providers

The Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network was established as part of the City of Salisbury’s Sports Development Framework. The Network enables us to build strategic and sustainable partnerships that support growth and development of local sport in Salisbury providing opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and interests to participate in sport.

This program is unique and innovative to local government and will enhance the City of Salisbury’s investment in community sport.

A key component of the network will be to work collaboratively across both sporting and non-sporting communities to build stronger, healthier and more active communities that work together through sport.


Network Benefit

E-News Update

A quarterly newsletter providing relevant and important updates to sport and recreation providers including funding, workshops, training and development opportunities and best practice ideas.

Quarterly Network Forums

Sport and Recreation Network members will be invited to attend a quarterly forum to hear on different topics arising in the sport and recreation industry as well as an opportunity to network and discuss key issues with key stakeholders in the Salisbury sport and recreation community.

Community Sport and Recreation programs

Network members will be provided the exclusive opportunity to participate in key community sport and recreation programs in Salisbury including, Growing For Gold and other programs as they are developed.


The City of Salisbury will provide opportunities for network members to expand their profile in the community through:

  • City of Salisbury website;
  • Sport and Recreation fact sheets; and
  • City of Salisbury community events and publications.


How to become a member

Who can join?

Local sport and recreation clubs who have a current lease or licence on council reserves / facilities (excluding City of Salisbury Recreation Centres) are automatic members of the Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network

All other sport and recreation providers are welcome to join the Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network for an annual fee of $22 including GST.

Simply complete the membership form and return to:
City of Salisbury
F: 8281 5466
P: PO Box 8, Salisbury, SA, 5108.
In person: 12 James Street, Salisbury, SA.

Find out more:

Salisbury Sport & Recreation Brochure
Growing for Gold

Upcoming Events

The Salisbury Sport and Recreation Network forum is an opportunity for local sporting clubs to come along and hear about up to date issues in the sporting community, hear from guest speakers and current programs and services available at Council.  

Next Salisbury Sport and Recreation Forum

The dates for the next Sport and Recreation Forums will be announced shortly.

Further Information:

Please contact William McInerney on 8406 8278 or email

Past Events

The first Sport and Recreation Forum for 2017 was held in February, which focussed on seeking sponsorship, social media and smoke free sport policies for local sport and recreation clubs.

Guest presenters included James Fantasia, CEO of Norwood Football Club and Marius Zanin, previous Media and Communications Manager for Adelaide United.

The latest forum was the Local Sport Needs Women Forum, focussing on the need for women in local sport and recreation clubs and how clubs can create a welcoming environment and culture to allow this change to happen.

The event MC was the Minister Assisting the Premier and Chairperson of the SA Women in Sport Taskforce, Katrine Hildyard MP and Panel Members included:

  • Kylie Taylor – General Manager, Office for Recreation and Sport 
  • Mark Hubbard – CEO, Basketball SA
  • Jan Sutherland – CEO, Sport SA
  •  Emma Gibson – Female Talent and Pathways Manager, SANFL & Representing Salisbury Football Club
  • Janice Byles – Secretary, Modbury Sporting Club