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Healthy Eating | Community Connections (South)

Health Advisory Team Central Highlands, Highlands Food Connect Project

The Highlands Food Connect Project meal delivery program is a 12-month project delivering frozen meals to community members living in the Central Highlands area.

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Physical Activity | Healthy Eating | Reduce Smoking | Community Connections (North)

Bothwell Wellness Group Inc., Connecting our isolated community through physical activity

The Bothwell Wellness Group’s Connecting our isolated community through physical activity initiative aims to improve support and opportunities for physical activity in the local community.

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Physical Activity | Healthy Eating | Community Connections (North West)

Devonport City Council Square Peg Project

Implementing a health and wellbeing project for young people, particularly those at risk of social exclusion.

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Physical Activity | Community Connections (South)

Walkable Futures Clarence, Clarence City Council

Walkability audit framework developed at Clarence City Council in partnership with Heart Foundation and community participants to improve liveability in areas vulnerable to poor health outcomes.

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Reduce Smoking | Community Connections (North)

Drug Education Network, Tobacco Free Communities: Glamorgan Spring Bay

Innovative approach supporting community members of the Glamorgan and Spring Bay community to quit smoking.

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Statewide

2019 Neighbour Day Challenge Winners Stories

Read some of the inspiring ideas from last year’s winners.

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Statewide

Wildcare Get Outside Leadership Camps

Wildcare’s Get Outside with Community program holds yearly leadership camps to develop the skills of emerging young leaders.

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South

Dover Give It A Go

Dover Give It A Go after school program aims to promote healthy eating, physical activity and social inclusion for children and young people in Dover.

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South

Partnership with Parks and Wildlife Showcases Inclusion

More than 300 people attended a Discovery Day for people of all ages and abilities at Mt Field National Park on 14 January.

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North West

Increasing Healthy Eating and Physical Exercise

Increasing healthy eating and physical exercise project is a partnership between Live Well Tasmania, Wynyard High School and Waratah-Wynyard Council, that aims to improve healthy eating and physical activity for disadvantaged school students in the Waratah-Wynyard Council area.

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Social Marketing Campaign

The Eat Well Tasmania Social Media Campaign explored the merits of using social channels as a way to ‘directly talk’ to Tasmanians about healthy seasonal eating.

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South

MY Swim to Sports

The program aimed to connect multicultural communities to sporting clubs and supports pathways to sports through swimming for young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.

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Statewide

parkrun Expansion in Tasmania

Designed to be for all ages and abilities, parkrun is operated by local volunteers in local communities.

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South

Tasmanian Bush Food Garden to Plate

The project is an exciting community partnership which promotes the use of Tasmanian bush foods in everyday, healthy recipes while sharing and building knowledge, awareness and respect of Aboriginal history and culture.

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