Partnership For Impact

The Confederation of Australian Sport partners for maximum impact with a diverse range of carefully chosen organisations who share our values and commitment. We embrace the opportunity to cross-promote the excellent work of our partners and kindred organisations to maximise the benefits for the Australian community. CAS collaborates on sport development programs, preventative health initiatives, research projects, the promotion of sport and active recreation or with those whom we can jointly advocate for change with government. Together, our voices are amplified.

Ultimately, these partnerships will help increase the strength of our collective work and will enhance the lives of the Australian community – and that benefits all of us.

CAS is proud to work with the following organisations:

Strategic Partners

Admired and respected organisations


Sport Australia Hall of Fame (SAHOF)
Protecting Australia’s sporting heritage

Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance
An independent voice addressing shared modifiable risk factors for chronic disease   –


Active Healthy Kids Australia
AHKA Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Young People

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The Womens Game
Australia’s only dedicated women’s sports portal.


Women Sport Australia
Women participating and leading in sport.

Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA)
Australia’s Sporting and Active Lifestyle Goods Industry

Fitness Australia

Fitness Australia is the peak fitness industry body which exists to get more Australians physically active. We facilitate the Australian Register of Exercise Professionals, develop industry standards, and encourage quality fitness services through accreditation.  Visit:

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA)
Empowering sport the eco-friendly way

CAS Supporters

International Recognition

Dylan Alcott named 2022 Australian of the Year as Tokyo 2020 athletes recongised on Australia Day Honours List

The Australia Day Honours list has been released with 1,040 Australians recognised for their achievements and services to the community. Among…

Olympic and Paralympic receive boost for Paris 2024 and beyond

The Morrison Government continues to back Australian high-performance sport with a $257.5 million investment for National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) to take them through to the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and beyond. 

Increased funding for Australia’s young athletes

Young Australian athletes and their families will benefit following the Morrison Government’s expansion of the popular Local Sporting Champions program.

WA border reopening creates buzz for Australian Masters Games

The date is locked in and from 5 February 2022, quarantine free travel will be permitted for travellers who are double dosed vaccinated.

A-Leagues finalises $140m deal with US private equity firm

The A-Leagues struck an agreement to sell a 33 per cent stake in the competition to Silver Lake.

Australian Robyn Smith secures IPC Governing Board spot

Australia will have its first representative on the International Paralympic Committee’s Governing Board in nearly a decade after Robyn Smith was elected on Sunday.

CAS applauds the release of the National Preventive Health Strategy 2021-2030

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt formally launched the Australian Government’s National Preventive Health Strategy earlier today 13 December 2021. The launch…

Softball Australia welcomes a new Chief Executive Officer

Softball Australia has announce the appointment of Rosie Williams OBE as their new Chief Executive Officer.

Training The Next Generation Of Female Sports Leaders

The next generation of female sporting leaders will be supported to reach their potential thanks to the latest round of scholarships.

NSC Awards Winners Announced

Check out who won at the 2021 Australian Sport, Recreation and Play Innovation Award.