Going to camp for the first time can be a big deal for kids as well as parents. For some, it’s their first time away from mum and dad.
The NSW Government has secured another major event for Regional NSW, with the 2016 National Junior Indoor Cricket Championships to be held in Dubbo, the first time the event has ever been held in a
The future of Australian diving is on show this week with the cream of Australia’s junior divers competing at the 2105 Australian Elite Junior Diving Championships at Sydney Olympic Park.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres and the National Rugby League (NRL) today announced the NSW Footy Facilities Fund is now open for applications until 12th August 2015.
The 2015-16 Budget will see the NSW Government invest $175 million in sports and facilities across the State over the next year.
Students from small schools across NSW can now access outdoor education programs, thanks to Small Schools’ Week.
Chief Executive for the Office of Sport Matt Miller announced Sport and Recreation is offering a Secondary school video competition with first prize of a school camp worth up to $20,000.
The world's best men's volleyball team, Brazil, will take on Australia's Volleyroos in Sydney, after the NSW Government secured two FIVB (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball) World League match
Sydney’s train commuters will be boarding State of Origin branded carriages in the lead up to Game 1 next Wednesday at ANZ Stadium.
With the FIT Touch Football World Cup kicking off today in Coffs Harbour, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres said the event promises to provide a major boost to the Coffs Har