Working on Wellness October

Activations, freebies & more thanks to USASA! 

Working on Wellness is a month-long program taking place in SP2 and SP5 designed to help all students focus on their mental health and wellbeing. Keep an eye on what’s happening with events & activities popping up all over the metro, regional campuses, and off-campus events.


 Adelaide Botanic Garden Nature Walk

To register for this event please go to the link below


 Halloween Movie Night - SOLD OUT 

To register for this event please go to the link below


 Whyalla Campus - Family Friendly Event

To register for this event please go to the link below


 UniSA Sport Classes

To register for this event please go to the links below

Free Pridham Hall Pool Visits - SOLD OUT

Free Fitness Classes - SOLD OUT


Follow USASA on social media below to keep up to date! 




 Working on Wellness Goodie Bag - SOLD OUT

  • Working on Wellness Activity Booklet
  • Pop It Fidget Toy
  • Carrot Seed Pack
  • Herbal Tea
  • QV sunscreen*
  • Mojo Kombucha Soda* 

Goodie Bags will be available at all metro and regional campuses - you can collect a Goodie Bag from your USASA Space on campus
OR - if you are studying online register here to have a bag delivered directly to you! 

*Please note items with a asterisk are not included in the online goodie bag*


Working on Wellness Activity Booklet

Working on Wellness aims to provide you with a range of different activities that you can engage with to help support, improve and maintain your health and wellbeing. There is no order to the book so feel free to flip to any page. Some activities are fun and relaxing, some thought-provoking, and others just resourceful.

This booklet is part of USASA’s Working on Wellness Campaign, a month-long initiative full of fun and stress-free activations to remind you to take time out for your self-care.

View the booklet online here: Working on Wellness Activity Booklet

Download the PDF by clicking the download icon above.

The University of South Australia Student Association acknowledges the Kaurna, Boandik and Barngarla First Nations People as the traditional custodians of the unceded lands now home to the University of South Australia’s campuses in Adelaide, Mount Gambier and Whyalla. We respectfully acknowledge their Ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia. It was and always will be Aboriginal land.

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