Wellbeing SA is working in partnership with multiple organisations to support all South Australians to be more physically active.
Healthy food and nutrition
Ensuring we eat a wide variety of nutritious foods and drink plenty of water every day is an important part of supporting health and wellbeing.
Healthy parks healthy people
Scientific evidence shows that spending time in nature is good for us – it improves our physical and mental health. See more in the Healthy Parks Healthy People SA Framework 2021 - 2026
Wellbeing SA is collaborating with partners to adopt an integrated approach to workplace health and wellbeing across the state. View information on how to create a healthier workplace to support wellbeing at work.
Wellbeing SA is leading action on injury prevention across South Australia, providing monitoring of sustained injuries and supporting public health initiatives to prevent injuries, with a focus on early years and older populations.
Wellbeing SA is committed to take action to reduce disparities in health and wellbeing outcomes, and to be responsible to the needs of priority populations, especially for South Australian Aboriginal people.
SA Healthy Towns Challenge
Healthy Towns Challenge aims to support the wellbeing of children and their families in South Australia’s regional and rural towns through the creation of healthy environments.