Supporters and Partners

Exercise Right is committed to inspiring all Australians to be healthier and more active by connecting them with qualified exercise professionals for expert advice. We work with key supporters and partners to help get more Aussies moving!

If you’d like to discuss becoming an Exercise Right supporter, partner or sponsor, please email



healthdirect: trusted health information and advice online and over the phone (1800 022 222), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Funded by the governments of Australia.

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10,000 Steps

The 10,000 Steps program aims to increase the day-to-day activity of Australians by encouraging the use of pedometers or activity trackers. The free program allows individuals to set goals, track progress over time, join monthly Challenges and get involved in team Tournaments to stay motivated to increase both incidental and planned physical activity. The program is delivered via an interactive, online website and mobile application and provides support and resources to individuals, workplaces and communities. 10,000 Steps is funded by Health and Wellbeing Queensland and delivered by CQUniversity Australia.

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For 35 years PANDA has been supporting individuals and families to recover from perinatal anxiety and depression.



PlaySport is an innovative online platform for all things sport. Think of it as the world’s largest all-inclusive sports centre – every sport, every level, and every ability – PlaySport connects people to it all. With over 50,000 sport organisations and over 300 different sports on our platform, we encourage everyday Australians to get active by making it easy to discover, organise, book, play and follow any sport or activity anywhere in Australia at any time.

Push For Better Foundation

One in five Australians will experience mental ill health this year and only 46% of people seek help. It’s a complex challenge – for ourselves, our loved ones and, most of all, for the nine Australians who die by suicide everyday. The Push For Better Foundation aims to engage and educate people in mental and physical health, and raise awareness of the mental health issues affecting everyday Australians.


The Exercise Right website is designed to give you general exercise advice written by professionals in exercise and sports science. The information provided on this website is general information and is current at the time of publication. It is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, or for therapeutic purposes.

This website may contain information, views and recommendations of third parties. ESSA has not checked the accuracy and does not represent, warrant or endorse the accuracy of such information, views and recommendations. ESSA does not guarantee and accepts no legal liability arising from or connected to the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of, and any reliance on and interpretation of, any information or materials contained on this website or any linked sites.

We recommend contacting your local accredited exercise professional for appropriate independent professional advice specific to your circumstances prior to relying on or entering into any commitment based on the material published on this website.