feedAustralia - Join the movement
A World Leading Nutritional Education and Preventative Health Initiative
for Early Childhood Education and Care Providers
A Department of Health Initiative
Together, we can improve the health
and wellness of future generations.
feedAustralia is Open

Today, Australia resets the button for chronic disease. It’s amazing that early childhood services can act to reverse the trend of adult health decline our country is facing. Let’s get behind the movement, and say thank you to Greg Hunt and Early Childhood services for implementing such critical know-how in the early years.

Ruby O'Rourke CEO Healthy Australia

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feedAustralia is a world leading, nutritional education and preventative health initiative.

With approximately 60 per cent of adults and 25 per cent of young people overweight or obese in Australia alone, the feedAustralia initiative aims to support a healthy nation through the deployment of an online menu planning tool.

Developed in partnership with the University of Newcastle, Hunter New England Population Health and Healthy Australia, feedAustralia was trialled in 2016 and made available to early childhood education and care providers in 2017 to help the sector to monitor, assess and improve the delivery of food and drinks to the children in their care, in alignment with Australian Dietary Guidelines.

feedAustralia is available to all early childhood education and care providers at no cost and has been built and explicitly trialled to integrate with the Federal Child Care Subsidy System for operational efficiency.  Early childhood education and care providers can register for feedAustralia by clicking here.

The feedAustralia initiative is also ideal for all Australians looking for an easy way to improve the nutritional quality of meals served in the home.  We are excited to announce that feedAustralia Families will be made available in early 2019. To find out more about feedAustralia Families click here.

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