SARRAH is active in many groups and collaboratives representing rural and remote Australian Allied Health

Opportunities for Investing in Rural and Remote Health Workforce and Service Development

SARRAH is actively seeking new partnerships and alliances that support the health and wellbeing of rural and remote communities. We strongly believe that it is only by working together that we create real change. Drop us an email, or call to talk with us about our current opportunities and any other ideas you may have.

Here are some of big current opportunities.

Increase your reach 

 Corporate Membership 

Community Allied Health team NT

Small organisations: $1,500/year (+GST)

Large organisations: $3,000/year (+GST)


Support the voice for change  

Podcast sponsorship: Talking for Purpose

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SARRAH’s weekly podcast is gaining traction.  This is an opportunity to place your brand as a sponsor as we engage with allied health leaders and other policy geeks to talk about the changes needed to achieve better access to allied health services for rural and remote Australia.  SARRAH will guarantee a minimum of 30 episodes in a year.

Sponsorship Package Total investment
(+ GST)
Podcast sponsor $1,500 Acknowledgement at beginning and end of five podcasts, invited speaker to one podcast
Advertising Opportunities from $300 Advertise your upcoming event on the podcast (over 5 podcasts)


Work with us to effect real change in rural and remote health  

Major sponsorship opportunity: Transition to Rural and Remote Allied Health Practice Toolkit


The SARRAH Transition to Rural Practice Toolkit has been a heavily used resource available to early career and other health practitioners commencing or contemplating rural or remote practice. It has also been used extensively by AH students as well as university and other teachers to introduce and build understanding of and potential preparedness to undertake a career in rural health.

The Toolkit has been a major resource for allied (and other) health students and practitioners making future practice decisions. The Toolkit which was developed by SARRAH drawing on contributions of content experts in the field, including AH Academics, practitioners, researchers – generally SARRAH members – is outdated in need of substantial content and functionality update, noting major developments (in health, aged care, NDIS and in online resource capability) over recent years.

 Funding support to facilitate the revision, adaptation, and development of new expert content, and for technical design, build and maintenance would represent a targeted investment in a proven quality resource, with national, multi-professional and multi-sector reach and relevance.

Sponsorship Package

Total investment
(+ GST)


Platinum Partner


  • Logo on all materials and site pages
  • Free access to all materials for all staff/enrolled students for five years
  • Membership on steering committee

Gold Partners (five available)


  • Logo on all materials and site pages
  • Free access to all materials for all staff/enrolled students for five years

Silver Partners (ten available)


  • Free access to all materials for up to one hundred staff/enrolled students for two years

 Leadership scholarship sponsorship




SARRAH has a strong partnership with the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.  Together we have created a short-course leadership program that assists participants to develop their toolkit of leadership skills. The opportunity exists to sponsor a developing leader to undertake the Australian Rural Leadership Program

Sponsorship Package

Total investment 
(+ GST)


Scholarship to Australian Rural Leadership Program


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Website acknowledgement, social media collateral for sponsor sharing.

SARRAH Conference Sponsorship

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Sponsorships opportunities availble for the SARRAH Conference 2022



Other groups and collaboratives that SARRAH participates in 

 The Australian Allied Health Leadership Allience

Rural Health Stakeholder Roundtable

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