The NSW Government has awarded more than $4.2 million to sports and recreation clubs across the state as part of its Local Sport Grants Program.
Office of Sport
The NSW Government has today announced it will make a major contribution to a new Centre of Excellence at Brookvale Oval set to build our sports stars of tomorrow and to be the new heart of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
The hugely popular Active Kids program will double with the NSW Government today announcing two separate $100 vouchers will be available for each child to encourage them to become involved in sport across the entire year.
NSW families simply love the NSW Government’s $100 Active Kids and Creative Kids vouchers, with 1 million downloaded since the rebates went live.
Sydney will host 14 matches across the Men’s and Women’s ICC T20 World Cup tournaments, including the Opening Celebration at Sydney Showground Stadium featuring Australia’s women taking on India.
Sydney has secured the finals matches of a major new global event to launch the tennis season, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Cup, hailing a new era in men’s tennis to commence from 2020.
Netball and tennis players and fans are set to benefit from a major upgrade to create an international level facility for both sports in Western Sydney.
The NSW Government’s Active Kids program is now open for 2019 after an enormously successful first year, which saw families save more than $54 million in children’s sport, fitness and recreation activities.
Families across regional NSW can once again enrol their children in the NSW Government’s Swim and Survive program this summer.
Sixteen-year-old Tarni Evans from Tathra took another step in realising her sporting dream recently when she spent a week in Sydney training with the Giants as part of the 2019 NAB AFL Women’s Academy.