Aboriginal Go4Fun

Culturally adapted version for Aboriginal families

Aboriginal Go4Fun was developed in partnership with Aboriginal communities and is delivered by local Aboriginal organisations together with NSW Health. The program encourages the whole community to join in.

Aboriginal Go4Fun includes:

  • Aboriginal support staff
  • Traditional Indigenous games
  • Tailored resources

The same Go4Fun program, adapted for you

Aboriginal Go4Fun takes place after school once a week for ten weeks, during school terms. It’s also run by qualified health and community professionals, but our team includes members of your local Aboriginal organisations.

You receive the same great healthy lifestyle information as the standard Go4Fun program, all delivered in a culturally tailored way for Aboriginal families and communities. Please take a look at the information in the ‘What’s involved’ or ‘Why join’ links for more details on Go4Fun.

It’s important that a parent or carer comes to every session, so your family can make the most of the program. If parents or carers can’t attend, grandparents, aunties, uncles and adult siblings are also welcome.

Register here for Aboriginal Go4Fun today.

What’s involved

Nutritional information:

  • Food serving sizes
  • Label reading
  • Menu planning and recipes
  • Guidelines for eating out  and parties

Support and advice:

  • Talking about weight
  • Goals and rewards
  • Role modelling
  • Problem solving

Personal improvement:

  • Physical activity
  • Self-esteem

Light, fun games:

  • Being active
  • Movement skills

For out more information about what's involved in the program