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Come out to play - Onkiaparinga Now 28 April 2021

Across the Onkaparinga region, neighbours are enjoying each other’s company and playing for a few hours while their street is closed to traffic. The 1000 Play Streets program, created by Play Australia, is reclaiming quiet residential streets as places for people to step out their front door to reconnect and have fun with their neighbours—or meet them for the first time.

Read the full article from Onkaparinga Now.

South Australia is closing roads to help get kids outside and playing

Check out Channel 9 News Adelaide showing neighbours having fun on their local streets, click here: https://fb.watch/5kFm9i9YEI/ and listen to Mayor Jill Whitaker on ABC Adelaide Breakfast talking #1000PlayStreets and about how children can come out and play on their local street, meet their neighbours, how families can work together and connect with their community. The Campbelltown City Council with support from the Government of South Australia's Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing (ORSR) have taken #1000PlayStreets onboard and the local com

Media Release from the Hon Cory Wingard MP

PLAY ON! Fun and games to increase SA’s physical activity levels...

Play Australia is in the midst of its inaugural South Australian 1000 Play Streets initiative in the Campbelltown City Council area, encouraging residents to enjoy a more active lifestyle.

Read the full Release as a PDF download here.

1000 Play Streets radio interview on Adelaide 5AA with Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing's CE Kylie Taylor and Campbelltown City Council CEO Paul Di Iulio

With a goal to increase physical activity levels in SA (currently only 58% of us meet physical activity requirements of at least 150 minutes a week), Kylie and Paul discuss how the South Australian Government program Game On aims to help increase this figure to 62% in 5 years, and again to 66% in 10 years.

https://ourstatesouthaustralia.buzzsprout.com/282170/6195886-02-11-20-158-game-on-getting-south-australia-moving