CPR Group has been creating happy volunteers since 1997.

Our Sport and Community Development team specialises in not-for-profit governance, sport, recreation and open space planning. We assist national, state, regional and local community, sport and recreation organisations, university student guilds, councils and government agencies through training, planning and funding.

Through our programs, we inspire positive change among volunteers and staff in the community sector. We drive the innovation of not-for-profit governance to ensure long-term sustainability and viability in evolving communities.

We act as the interface between councils, government and communities and our programs help make the best use of public open space.

Contact us about running a workshop at your club. Our experienced consultants can deliver tailored advice on areas such as Governance, Asset Management, Fundraising and Grants.

Sport and Community Development services


Master plans and land management plans


Master plans and land management plans for parks, reserves and sporting facilities, including analysis, planning, landscape architecture, detailed concepts and imagery.

Strategies and facility plans


Sport and recreation strategies and facility plans for councils, regional and state sporting bodies and government.

Training and mentoring


Training and mentoring in administration, governance and financial management for volunteers and staff in sport and community groups, councils and government.

Development planning


Club and association development planning including strategy development, risk and asset management, asset planning and feasibility studies.



assetTRAC is an asset register and asset management platform, which makes adding assets simple and automates the process of allocating and managing asset maintenance jobs.



Comprehensive constitution and bylaws reviews to ensure compliance with the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 and alignment with good governance practices. Every review is unique and tailored to the needs and current situation of each organisation.