Eating healthier food and getting active is good for your body and can help reduce your stress. 

There is no shame in needing a little help to get your health back on track.

There are specific programs for Aboriginal people that can assist you and your family with what to eat and how to get active.

Do it for you and your family!

NSW Knockout Health Challenge

The Knockout Health Challenge is back in August 2023. Knockout has been on pause for the last three years. During that time, we talked with Aboriginal communities across NSW to understand what improvements they wanted to see. Based on what we learned, we have made changes to the program this year. Applications this year are made by Team Managers and close on 30 June 2023.

We will be yarning with more communities in 2023 to hear how we can improve the program in the future.

Josh’s story

Joshua Toyano played for the Redfern Rebels in the NSW Knockout Health Challenge.

"I feel a lot better mentally, I don’t feel so stressed after work, I go home feeling really good.”

Aboriginal Get Healthy Service

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It’s important that the whole family is healthy – including you!

We all need a little help getting started.

Get Healthy can do just that.

Get free advice from a university qualified health coach, who will help you set and work towards your health goals.

Register online or call 1300 806 258 today.

Aboriginal Go4Fun

Want your kids to have fun, get healthy and learn about culture?

Aboriginal Go4Fun® is a program specifically for kids that’s run after school once a week for ten weeks during school terms in collaboration with local Aboriginal organisations.

Other people to speak to

If you would like to speak to someone face to face about getting healthy, have a chat to your GP or head to a local ACCHO.

For more information specifically for Aboriginal people visit Get healthy for the mob.