Sport voucher scheme: remote

Remote activity providers

Each year in March the Department of Tourism and Culture will give you a list of communities interested in running your activity.

Activities must be structured and involve one or all of the following:

  • sport
  • recreation
  • culture.

You will need to give a quote to deliver these activities.

If your proposal is accepted you will need to sign an agreement.

How to become a remote activity provider

Individuals, clubs and organisations can apply to become a remote activity provider for the scheme.

You will need to make sure:

  • you have current public liability insurance
  • you have working with children clearances – for you and anyone else involved in delivering programs
  • your staff are qualified and experienced to work in remote communities
  • your activities and staff are culturally sensitive and appropriate
  • for sport activities - be a Peak Sporting Body.

How to apply

To apply to become a remote activity provider follow these steps:

Step 1: Read the sport voucher scheme policy (94.7 kb)

Step 2: Complete and submit the online application form.

Your application will be assessed and you will be advised of the outcome.

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Last updated: 26 July 2018