Register as an activity provider for sport vouchers

Activities for registered activity providers

This page lists the types of activities you can offer as a registered provider for the sport voucher program.

Types of providers for the program include all of the following:

  • sporting activity providers
  • recreation activity providers
  • cultural activity providers.

Eligible sport activities

The following is a list of activities you can offer as a registered activity provider for the Sport Voucher Scheme.

Your activity must be for a sport that has a national sporting organisation recognised by the Australian Sports Commission.

For more information go to the Australian Sports Commission website.

Examples of eligible sport activities
AFL Cricket Martial arts Speedway
Archery Cycling Motor sports Skateboarding
Badminton Darts Motorcycling Swimming
Baseball Drag racing Motocross Surf lifesaving
Basketball Dragon boating Mountain biking Roller derby
Bow hunting Drifting Netball Table tennis
BMX Eight-ball Orienteering Tenpin bowling
Lawn bowls Equestrian Rugby league Touch football
Boxing Golf Rugby union Triathlon
Calisthenics Gymnastics Softball Volleyball
Karting Hockey Soccer Water skiing
Clay target shooting Inline hockey Squash Weightlifting

Eligible active recreation activities

Your activity must involve physical exertion with a focus on human activity and engaging people for the purpose of relaxation, health and wellbeing or enjoyment.

Examples of active recreation activities
Bushwalking/hiking Junior police rangers Drum running
Scouts and Girl Guides Quarter horse Golf driving range
Yoga Whip cracking Air Force cadets
Riding for the disabled Youth centres Rodeo
Fitness training Rock climbing -
Duke of Edinburgh Award Crossfit -

Eligible cultural activities

Your activity must involve structured programs, classes or lessons that encourage activity rather than passive cultural participation.

Programs must develop knowledge and skills for creating, expressing, maintaining and preserving culture and building a sense of identity, purpose and community.

Examples of eligible cultural activities
Dance, hip hop, ballet Music Cultural walking tours
Literature Sewing Arts and crafts
Indigenous culture and heritage Singing Visual arts, painting, drawing
Drama, performing arts Circus Film

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Last updated: 13 October 2017