Sports Access HQ

An app to help sport providers and facilities create a place where everyone can play.

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Key Features

Encourage improved accessibility and inclusion.

Sport Access HQ provide sport clubs and facilities tools to evaluate, track and resolve access and inclusion issues. Sport Access HQ will help create welcoming, accessible and inclusive places for everyone.

Account Management

Create your account and manage single or multiple club or facility profiles.

Raise an Issue

Your members and patrons can report access and inclusion issues they identify so you can resolve them.

Conduct an Audit

Use our digital audits to identify and assess key access and inclusion action items.

Observe your Progress

Use the reporting dashboard to track your progress and measure your impact.

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An app to help create spaces where everyone can play.

Access to sport and active recreation close to home is everyone’s right. Sport Access HQ can change the game for sport providers and help them engage with more people by reducing barriers and meeting individual needs, ultimately ensuring the diversity of the community is reflected in club membership and facility usage.

Who is using it?

Trusted by leaders in inclusive sport.

Founded by Michael Woods, Inclusive Sport Design aims to help sporting organisations, clubs and volunteers increase participation and improve awareness of inclusion.

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Inclusive Sport Design acknowledges the Gundungurra and Tharawal people who are the custodians of the land where we work and live. Gundungurra and Tharawal people have strong connection to the Wingecarribee, Wollondilly and Nattai rivers through culture, dreaming and songlines. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.