Chief Executive for the Office of Sport, Matt Miller, has welcomed the opportunity for footballers to see their heroes up close as the Caltex Socceroos take on the United Arab Emirates at Allianz Stadium on Tuesday 28 March.
The legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympics will continue to be showcased, with the Sydney International Rowing Regatta and Australian Athletics Championships taking place at the NSW Government’s Olympic venues next week.
The Office of Sport in association with Golf NSW is conducting a six-week Golf for Seniors program which is ideal for everyone aged 55 and over who want to learn to play golf or to simply improve t
Historic Sydney Cricket Club will soon have two new turn match pitches and safety sightscreens at Drummoyne Oval made possible through a $19,000 NSW Government funded local sport grant.
NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres joined Federal Member Craig Laundy, Member for Drummoyne John Sidoti, Sam Graham from AFL NSW/ACT and GWS Giants coast Leon Cameron at the Concord Giants season launch.
Historic Old Kings Oval at Parramatta is set to be lit up with a new digital scoreboard named the Benaud Score Board funded through a $20,000 NSW Government funded local sporting grant.
Epping Bulls Junior Cricket Club is set to benefit from brand new cricket nets to be installed thanks to a $15,900 NSW Government funded local sporting grant.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay commenced its 388 day journey in England over the weekend, with Newcastle Paralympian and GC2018 Ambassador Kurt Fearnley delivering
GOALS - Gain Opportunities and Life Skills – is an initiative that has been developed for young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.