for State and National Partners

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for State and National Partners

Welcome to 1000 Play Streets

Play Australia is seeking support from State and National Partners to help Australians reclaim their quiet residential streets for connection and play.

Help us achieve 1000 Play Streets by 2025

Watch our video to understand how Play Streets supports healthy children

Why partner with us?

Make a Difference
to the lives of families and communities in the best kind of way
Connect your Brand to something Bigger
and be associated with PLAY at a national level, the most fun-loving brand in the world
Track your Impact
as we show you how your contribution creates change within communities
Receive Benefit via Tax Deductions
from our not-for-profit with charity status - your donations to support Play Australia’s activities are tax deductible
Connect to your Target Markets
across our initiatives, as we share your messages with our engaged communities Australia-wide

Download our full partnership prospectus

Play Australia welcomes a confidential discussion with interested Corporate, Government and Philanthropic Partners to help grow the 1000 Play Streets movement and create stronger communities.


What are our Partners saying about 1000 Play Streets

The Hon Corey Wingard

"The South Australian government is proud to be partnering with Play Australia and saying Game On to bringing quiet residential roads to life through the 1000 Play Streets movement. We encourage local governments in SA to contact Play Australia to get involved in this wonderful program. Together, lets open our streets for play!"

The Hon Corey Wingard

South Australian Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Senator the Hon Richard Colbeck

"The Morrison Government and Sport Australia recognise the importance of 1000 Play Streets to get more Australians connected and moving across our communities.  As COVID-19 continues to impact our lives, it is more important than ever."

Senator the Hon Richard Colbeck, Federal Minister for Sport