81 participants completed 14 obstacles at Lake Centenary
Saturday 23rd March, Temora, NSW

The aim of this event was to raise the importance of physical & mental health.
We aimed to inspire more men to get off the farm, or out of the house, to give it a go.
We encouraged families to attend by having a kids course, plus DJ Leighton Marshall, emcee Gus Worland from Gotcha4Life,
and of course a delicious brunch supplied by Rotary Temora, CWA and others.

48 kids completed a course designed by local Games Committee member, John Harper and his trusty tribe of helpers.
Special thanks must go to Julie, Laurie and Earl for spending nearly a week with John setting up the courses.

Thank you to the 55 volunteers who assisted over the days leading up to the games, during the event and dismantling all the obstacles afterwards.

Without volunteers and our games partners this event could not have happened.

Thank you to volunteer photographers
Darren Booker, Emma McDonald, Dean Kinlyside from DeltaAg, and Jess Stevenson
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Active Farmers gratefully acknowledges the financial support from Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network through the Australian Government’s PHN Program and Empowering Communities program.

We would like to thank the following partners who came on board to support the 2019 Active Farmers Games. 

We will be holding this event in 2020 and welcome all support,
Contact Ginny Stevens on 0439 343 925 to discuss.


We would like to also acknowledge the following businesses who are supporting the Active Farmers Games.

Reinhold Butchery, Temora Rotary Club of Temora CWA Temora Quota International of Temora Holbrook Paddock Eggs Big Springs Water FarmLink