In response to the changed weather conditions, the Office of Sport has made the decision to re-open a number of centres and venues. The following centres and venues will re-open:
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In response to the current bushfire State of Emergency, certain Office of Sport centres and venues will remain closed on Wednesday, 13 November.
Following the declaration of a State of Emergency by the NSW Premier ahead of predicted catastrophic fire conditions, the Office of Sport is temporarily closing nine Sport and Recreation Centres and Olympic Sport Venues
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award today unveiled a commemorative national walking trail in the Blue Mountains at Govett’s Leap, Blackheath.
School students from across drought-affected NSW have the opportunity to take a break and spend a night with the stars.
The NSW Government and the University of Newcastle (UON) today officially launched a partnership to deliver UON’s ground-breaking girls’ empowerment program, Daughters and Dads Active and Empowered across NSW.
Mental Health Minister Bronnie Taylor is urging NSW-based sporting bodies wanting to improve mental health and wellbeing in regional drought-stricken areas to apply for a share of a new $1.2 million Mental Health Sports Fund.
The NSW Government has today announced the building of a new home for speedway racing in Western Sydney which will ensure the sport continues throughout the transition
The NSW Government has secured NRL Grand Finals until 2046 in a win for fans, tourism and jobs.
Sport and recreation clubs in Port Stephens can attend a free workshop this month on how to keep children safe at sport.