The spectacle of Big Bash cricket is coming to regional NSW for the first time, thanks to funding from the NSW Government’s T20 World Cup Legacy Fund.
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Families, sporting user groups and dog enthusiasts can now enjoy new facilities at the Stuart Park Sporting Precinct, with the completion of the new children’s playground, perimeter pathway and off-leash dog park.
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal netballers from across NSW are encouraged to register in the 20th Koori Netball Tournament at Charlestown near Newcastle this October.
A NSW Government girl’s empowerment program that targets fathers as the agents of change to improve their daughters’ physical activity, sports skills and social-emotional wellbeing has been a huge success in the Central West.
Shellharbour’s sporting community have celebrated the completion of the new Howard Fowles building as part of a major facilities upgrade at Howard Fowles Sports Oval.
Footballers of all abilities will now have access to better facilities with the opening of the new $1.75 million inclusive amenities building at Charles Pirie Reserve, Kogarah Bay.
A new cricket training facility has bee completed just in time for the start of the cricket season and anticipated surge in player numbers on the Mid North Coast.
Parramatta is ready to dive into building a new aquatic centre following a $77 million funding partnership between the NSW Government and Parramatta City Council.
Albury families are taking full advantage of the Active Kids program with more than 18,000 vouchers snapped up since the program commenced in 2018.
The Office of Sport Orange Office has worked with Orange PCYC, Orange Aboriginal Medical Service and the Orange team LOOKATEEMMLAH to plan and deliver the NSW KO Health Challenge in Orange.