Go4Fun: free NSW Health program for children aged 7-13 years above a healthy weight

Go4Fun program:

Go4Fun is a free NSW Health program for children aged 7-13 years who are above a healthy weight, and their families. The program aims to help families learn about eating well and staying active. The program includes: face-to-face sessions once a week for 10 weeks during the school term, facilitated by qualified health professionals, group learning and game-based activities.


The benefits of Go4Fun include:

  • Significant, positive changes in health-related behaviours
  • An equitable program that’s free to all eligible children, especially those most in need
  • A practical solution you can recommend to patients, referring health professionals receive a report highlighting improvements at the end of the program.



Many parents don’t know when their child is above a healthy weight, that’s why your role as a health professional is vital. You can screen for and address a child’s weight status as part of your normal growth assessments.


How to refer?

There are a number of ways for health professionals to refer a patient to Go4Fun:


Families can also refer directly using the online registration form, or by calling 1800 780 900.


More information

Find out more about the program at https://go4fun.com.au/