Office of Sport
If you want to help shoosh negativity on the sidelines and promote this important message for junior sport, now is the time to download your free resources, for #shooshforkids Awareness Week taking place from 20-26 May 2019.
Next week is National Volunteer Week, a time to celebrate the generous contribution of volunteers across Australia. Sport provides a great opportunity to help others and this video of 15 year old Kai Watts teaches us what it means to give back to the community.
Surrounded by die-hard Western Sydney sports fans, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian cut the ribbon to officially open Sydney’s newest stadium in a generation in mid-April.
The Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre will be taking delivery of a new 40 seater bus on 16 April.
The Illawarra Coaching Network provides representatives from all levels of sport in the region with the opportunity to jointly identify, prioritise and work on the key components of coach development.
The Office of Sport is currently providing free workshops to assist clubs to understand the practical ways to create safe sporting environments for children and young people.
A $23 million Regional Sporting and Recreation Complex was opened at Tuggerah in late March.
In an incredible week of racing at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, NSW won all four major interstate Eights races, including the King’s and Queen’s Cups for the first time.
Last month more than 80 representatives of State Sporting Organisations attended the NSW Member Protection in Sport Network Forum to share their stories, insights and advice about mental health and sport.