The bushfire crisis has had a huge impact on communities across NSW, in particular those in our south. Team members at our Jindabyne, Berry and Borambola Sport and Recreation Centres and Southern Highlands Regional Shooting Complex are contributing members of these communities. Their families and properties have been challenged by the conditions and they have witnessed the best aspects of their communities pulling together to help one another.
Office of Sport
The Office of Sport, on advice from the Rural Fire Service, has closed the Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre due to the bushfire emergency.
The new canopy roof over Sydney’s Ken Rosewall Arena has been unveiled ahead of the inaugural ATP Cup.
Following tomorrow’s catastrophic fire danger warning, the Office of Sport has temporarily closed eight Sport and Recreation Centres and Olympic Sport Venues.
Young people in small towns heavily impacted by drought will enjoy a wide range of free and substantially discounted activities in January, thanks to $1.5 million funding from the NSW Government.
A new sport and recreation centre will be built in Lake Macquarie after an independent review found the existing Myuna Bay centre was not safe to re-open.
Women’s sport in NSW has received a significant funding boost to help increase participation, promote leadership and encourage inclusivity.
Ken Rosewall Arena will sport a brand new roof in time to welcome the world’s top players for the new ATP Cup in January.
Shellharbour City Council and sporting community have celebrated the completion of the new Geoff Shaw building as part of a major facilities upgrade at the Geoff Shaw Oval.
A new $152,000 storage facility at Douglas Park Oval has been officially opened, providing a much-needed boost for local sports.