Thousands of school children across New South Wales are set to benefit from a new $100 rebate for sporting and fitness related costs, with $207 million set aside over four years from 2017-2018.
Families are the big winners from this year’s record $401 million sport budget, with parents in NSW eligible for a $100 rebate to cover sporting club fees, including swimming lessons, for every school-aged child.
The Office of Sport is hosting Girls Football (Soccer) Development Clinics in partnership with past and present W-League players during the upcoming Winter school holidays.
Erina Rugby League Club is set to benefit from a $7,000 NSW Government funding boost develop skills of volunteers and players and promote the club’s participation in the Give Me Five For Kids rounds this Sunday 18 June.
The Office of Sport will continue to strengthen the training available to sporting clubs in the Hunter by hosting a Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) workshop from 6 to 9pm at McDonald Jones Stadium on Monday 26 June.
Spectators and players at community sports clubs will benefit from the statewide rollout of defibrillators announced today by NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Sports Minister Stuart Ayres.
Surf Life Saving Clubs across NSW will be open to bigger and better upgrades after the NSW Government announced funding for club grants would be doubled to $4 million.
Seven New South Wales athletes will travel to Turkey to compete in the 2017 Deaf Olympics thanks to a $20,000 NSW Government funding grant.
The Sydney International Regatta Centre hosts hundreds of students each year for the RYDA program – and on 10 May, they helped celebrate the attendance of the 500,000th student since the RYDA program was established in Sydney over 15 years ago.
More than 90 people attended the Sports Pathways workshop on 3 May which looked at creating partnerships in order to improve the pathway for athletes to develop from grass roots to elite level.