Here are some helpful resources about improving mental health and wellbeing and making changes to your lifestyle.

Mental and Physical Health

Tips regarding how to stay healthy on the farm.

Online toolkit to help farmers cope with the challenges of farming.

Online program addressing the stigma surrounding suicide.

A South Australian podcast starting conversations about young men’s health.

Resources including You Tube videos and podcasts on common men’s health issues.

Research, education and information to improve health, wellbeing, and safety for farmers.

New government website on physical and mental wellbeing, with links to videos on cooking and being active.

New online exercise options which can be done with weights and resistance bands or household item alternatives. Designed for the over 50s and includes harder and easier options for each exercise.

A campaign to boost awareness and start a conversation about the rising issue of depression and suicide rates among men in rural areas.


Offers guidance regarding healthy eating and activity and a free phone coaching service at convenient times.

Scientific approach based on the recommended dietary guidelines, including online resources and support.

Lunchbox ideas from the National Centre for Farmer Health.

Workplace Wellbeing

A range of resources about workplace health and safety.

Return to Work SA have resources and a consultant who assists businesses with addressing mental health/wellbeing in their workplace.

Beyond Blue Workplace Health program.

Exercises for farming work breaks.

Reaching out

A free telephone and online counselling service for anyone who lives or works in regional, rural, or remote SA. You can call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and you don’t need a referral.

Professionally trained counsellors will listen and help you to develop strategies to manage what is causing you to feel stressed or overwhelmed.

Reach Us

Contact Tessa for more information

Tessa Colliver
Fat Farmers
Executive Officer

0419 824 122

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