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The Office of Sport’s Northern Region delivers a range of services and initiatives designed to enhance sport and recreation in Northern NSW.
With offices located at the Central Coast, Hunter and North Coast, we work with the industry to facilitate best practice and cultivate greater capacity for sport and recreation in the community.
The Central Coast region with its outstanding natural assets, coastal lifestyle, temperate climate, revitalised local centres and well-connected communities, is a great place to play sport and be active. The “green grid” criss-crosses the region, allowing residents to connect to a network of open space, natural areas and recreational facilities. Tourism and recreation have become mainstays of the region’s economy.
The vision for the Central Coast region is to lead a collaborative approach that enables inclusive participation in Sport and Active Recreation for the Central Coast community that is accessible, affordable and sustainable.
- Get active at Broken Bay Sport and Recreation Centre
- Get active at Milson Island Sport and Recreation Centre
- Get active at Point Wolstoncroft Sport and Recreation Centre
- Get in touch with our Central Coast Office on 13 13 02
The Hunter region with its growing metropolitan area, vibrant centres, towns and villages, excellent transport networks and extensive green grid of open space and recreational facilities is a great place to play sport and be active.
The vision for the Hunter region is to lead the way in providing everyone in the Hunter region access to their choice of sport and active recreation opportunities.
- Get in touch with the Hunter Office on 13 13 02
The North Coast region with its spectacular coastline, sub-tropical climate, and myriad of lifestyles – rural, coastal, bohemian and cosmopolitan, linked by the Pacific Highway is a great place to play sport and be active.
The vision for the North Coast region is for people of all ages and abilities on the North Coast to have diverse opportunities in people friendly spaces and to participate in sport and active recreation.