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Regional Wellbeing

We know the importance of encouraging better mind and physical health to country and regional Australians — while also looking out for their mates.

Invigor Wellbeing works closely with government and public agencies to bring our proven content and our expert speakers beyond our cities. 

Outback Communities Authority — Gawler Ranges/​Far North SA Roadshow

Nonning station, Gawler Ranges, Iron Knob, Kingoonya, Andamooka

MAY 2021

From Sunday 15th May – Thursday 20th 2021, we hit the road again, for our Better Mind Health Community Roadshow”.
The aim of the roadshow was to bring awareness to Better Mind Health” and provide tips and tools to improve the physical and mind health of attendees.

The Roadshow was funded by the Outback Communities Authority”, and supported by StandBy Support After Suicide.

The Roadshow was huge success, with high attendance numbers across all talks



Oodnadatta, William Creek, Marree, Copley, Leigh Creek, Blinman, Parachilna and Yunta

SEPTEMBER 2020

Still excited by the success of the Far West Roadshow, we soon headed to the Far North of South Australia with the same aim of bringing awareness to Better Mind Health” and provide tips and tools to improve the physical and mind health of attendees.

The Roadshow was funded by the Outback Communities Authority”, and supported by StandBy Support After Suicide.


Penong, Fowlers Bay and Ceduna

August 2020
From Tuesday August 18th-Thursday August 20th we hit the road again, for our Better Mind Health Community Roadshow”. This Roadshow visited the Far West of South Australia and stopped in Penong, Fowlers Bay and Ceduna.

Our aim for the Community Wellbeing Roadshow was to bring awareness to Better Mind Health” and provide tips and tools to improve the physical and mind health of attendees.

The Roadshow was funded by the Outback Communities Authority”, and supported by StandBy Support After Suicide.

The Roadshow was huge success, with high attendance numbers. It was a great way to bring together and support the local community.

Tailem Bend, Loxton, Renmark, Waikerie, Morgan and Blanchetown

October — November 2019

After our first successful Roadshow we decided to hit the road again, but this time to the Riverland in aim of improving mind health among the communities of Tailem Bend, Loxton, Renmark, Waikerie, Morgan and Blanchetown.

Warren Davies and Jeremy Forbes were the first to travel through the Riverland Region during late October, followed by Dr Roma Aloisi and Anthony Hart three weeks later. The speakers delivered powerful stories and shared their tips and tricks on how they bounced back when confronted by their own mind health challenges.

This activity was supported by the Country SA Primary Health Network.


Maitland, Copper Coast, Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Whyalla and Port Lincoln

February — March 2019

Our first Roadshow was a huge success! The first-round trip saw Anthony Hart and Joe Williams team up to help start vital conversations in the communities of Maitland, Copper Coast, Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Whyalla and Port Lincoln. The following month, Jeremy Forbes traveled the same route to continue the discussion in the communities.

This activity was supported by Country SA Primary Health Network.

Regional Wellbeing events
educate attendees on…

  • 1

    How to take four key steps to better mind health

  • 2

    Ways to spot the signs in others when they’re not doing well

  • 3

    Where and how to access local community resources to help get back on track mindly

  • 4

    Instant inspiration to help improve your own physical and mind health

Delivered face-to-face, live streamed online, or shared via pre-recorded video, presentations make a powerful communication channel that will help maximise the effectiveness of your communitie’s mind and physical health.

  • Face-to-face
  • Livestream
  • Online
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Our Regional Wellbeing events deliver powerful stories that equip communities with insights and tools to treat mind and physical health equally.

It’s an event that encourages audience members to reflect on their mind health and
wellbeing. It’s also a forum that brings everyone together as a community to learn how they can help prevent the loss of life of a family member, workmate, friend or neighbour.

Often prefaced by a sociable barbeque, Rural Wellbeing events can be formatted as a half hour talk, or with two inspirational speakers. We conclude with a Q&A session, which we’re happy to extend as long as the audience have questions to ask.

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