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Office of Sport
Whether it’s adventure activities or sport, Borambola Sport and Recreation Centre has got your kids covered these school holidays.
Congratulations to NSW Office of Sport’s Hunter Aboriginal Development Officer, Gerald Bradshaw who was nominated as a finalist in the 2019 Hunter New England (HNE) Mental Health Awards for his work leading the Morisset Hospital Sport and Recreation initiative.
Government and the region’s sport and active recreation sector will come together on Wednesday, 7 August to plan and design to encourage increased active participation across the Central West and Orana region.
Creating a child safe culture is vital for everyone associated with local sport and recreation clubs. The Office of Sport will host a free workshop on Wednesday, 24 July in Dubbo on how to create safer sporting environments for children and young people.
Athletics NSW launched an exciting new event in May which saw more than 100 young athletes compete in a team-based, energetic and fun format at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre.
Sport NSW has announced the finalists for the 2019 NSW Community Sports Awards which recognise outstanding achievements in NSW community sport.
Record registrations and fast times were highlights of the 10th Western Sydney Marathon at the Sydney International Regatta Centre on 1 June.
National Volunteer Week was held from 20 – 26 May to celebrate the generous contribution of volunteers across Australia.
Sport should be fun for kids and we’ve all got an obligation to ensure it is a positive experience.