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FOGO in Mosman Park

All your FOGO questions answered here

Wellington Street night works from 26 April-3 May

Major impact to people who use or live along Wellington Street including no street parking during works. Click here for more

Underground Power Project update

What's the latest and next steps

Act Belong Commit

What is being mentally healthy?  
Being mentally healthy is when we can cope with normal life stressors, realise our abilities, work productively and contribute to our communities. To be mentally healthy is vital for overall wellbeing and is more than just an absence of mental illness. It’s about maintaining relationships, being active and having a sense of purpose.  

Why should I focus on my mental health?
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics about one in five Australians experience some form of mental illness each year, and one in two will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives. Keeping mentally healthy is just as vital as staying physically healthy. 

How can I stay mentally healthy? 
Staying mentally healthy can be as easy as A-B-C: Act-Belong-Commit. 

– Do something. Keep active – mentally, physically, socially, spiritually, and culturally.
Need some ideas?  

  • Take a walk – Mosman Park has many natural areas you can visit  
  • Read a book 
  • Do a crossword 
  • Dance 
  • Play cards and games 

Belong – Do something with someone. Maintain and create new social connections, become involved in local groups, attend community events 
Need some suggestions?  

 CommitDo something meaningful. Do something important and valuable to you. 
Need some inspiration? 

  • Volunteer 
  • Help a neighbour. 
  • Learn something new 
  • Take on a challenge 
  • Take up a cause 


To find out about your level of wellbeing, you can take this interactive quiz 

To learn more about maintaining positive mental health, visit the Act Belong Commit website.