We hope you had a great weekend of sport and fun.....thanks to all who played!!
The Awards for the 26th Australian Corporate Games were presented at the Pullman & Mercure Albert Park during the Games Award Party. We had a fantastic night so many thanks to the Pullman & Mercure...
For the record we had 8,117 participants from 324 organisations competing over the 3 days of competition. ANZ again entered the largest team with 707 participants.
The Games Results are now available from the right hand tile on this page.
Information on the 2019 Games will be up by April so stay tuned...
Three million Australians are currently experiencing anxiety or depression. Every day, eight people take their own lives. ... Read More ❯
Mentally healthy workplaces work better for everyone, and beyondblue’s Heads Up program is all about giving individuals and businesses free tools and resources to take action.
Hosting a beyondblue Bash Fundraiser is a fun and meaningful way for workplaces to support our work.
For information on depression and anxiety, available treatments and where to get help, visit www.beyondblue.org.au, or call beyondblue Support Service on 1300 22 46 36..
Footys4All is a non profit organisation which aims to unite people through the power of sport. ... Read More ❯
We receive no government funding and rely entirely on donations and sponsorship.
Footys4All has a very dedicated and qualified team of volunteers who give up their time on a regular basis to run sports programs and deliver sporting balls to underprivileged people around the world! At Fooyts4All, our aim is to supply new sporting balls (from all codes) to disadvantaged people and thereby promote positive lifestyle change.
For more information please go to www.footys4all.com.au or our facebook page /footys4all
The Games started in 1993 to encourage companies to support employees’ pursuit of a healthier and more active lifestyle. It has achieved this goal with nearly 15,000 Australians competing in the Corporate Games nationally each year.
The Games encourages employees, family, friends and clients to take part. Some organisations enter large teams, but even if you are just one person you can enter. Everyone can be part of the team.