A recent study from the University of Newcastle has shown that engaging in play with an appropriate level of risk helps children to become more resilient and increases their self-confidence.
Office of Sport
Parents of school children across New South Wales are encouraged to take advantage of the $100 ‘Active Kids’ rebate for sporting and fitness related costs launching early next year.
Don't miss your chance to see some of Australia's biggest sporting legends inducted into the NSW Hall of Champions, as well as local sporting heroes recognised for their outstanding achievements.
The best female rugby league players in the world have arrived in Sydney ahead of the Women’s Rugby League World Cup 2017 which starts this Thursday at Southern Cross Group Stadium in Cronulla.
A new first-of-its-kind strategy will be developed to shape the future of women’s sport in New South Wales.
The Office of Sport’s annual Swim and Survive program is back in January 2018!
On Thursday 19 October, the Office of Sport hosted the Unleashing the Value of Women's Sport forum in Sydney. It was a day full of inspiring speakers at the forefront of women’s sport in Australia.
Spectators and players from community sporting clubs will benefit from a state wide rollout of the Local Sport Defibrillator Program from today.
Hundreds of promising rugby league players, along with established champions of the game are set to benefit, with construction underway on the New South Wales Rugby League Centre of Excellence at Sydney Olympic Park.
This year’s Western Sydney Marathon is expected to attract the biggest line-up in its history, with more than 1,500 runners expected to pound the pavement this Saturday.