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Minister for Sport

$17.7 million Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink upgrade and restoration works

The iconic Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink will get a major upgrade and restoration with the NSW Government executing a grant for $17.7 million to ensuring the training ground for many Australian Winter Olympians will remain for many decades to come.

Minister for Sport

Half a Million Dollars for Life-Saving Equipment

Sporting clubs in some of the most disadvantaged parts of the State can apply for up to $500,000 funding under a NSW Government program that installs life-saving defibrillators at sports facilities.

Minister for Sport

$750,000 for Paralympians to pursue Paris 2024 dream

The NSW Government has today committed $750,000 to Paralympics Australia to support athletes competing at next year’s Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, matching a commitment made to the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) National Team Appeal in March.

Minister for Sport

$5.25 million available for Surf Club upgrades

With summer only a few weeks away, NSW Surf Life Saving Clubs can apply for up to $5.25 million for new and improved facilities following the opening of the NSW Government’s Surf Club Facility Program. 

NSW Government

Grassroots football communities to benefit from FIFA Women’s World Cup legacy

The success of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023TM continues to leave a legacy for football in NSW following the awarding of more than $3.2 million in the NSW Football Legacy Fund.

Office of Sport

2023 Koori Netball Tournament Results Are In

La Perouse Netball Club defeated #4 Voguey to win the Open Women’s A Division Final of the 2023 Koori Netball Tournament over the weekend.

Minister for Sport

1,000 netballers to compete in the 2023 Koori Netball Tournament

More than 1,000 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal netballers from across NSW will converge on Charlestown Netball Courts this weekend for the Koori Netball Tournament.

Minister for Sport

Funding increased for Community Sport

In a massive boost for community sport, the NSW Government has today announced that sport clubs across NSW can now apply for more funding under the Local Sport Grant Program.

NSW Government

Sydney scores A-Leagues debut Unite Round

Football fans will be treated to a jam-packed four-day schedule in January 2024 with the A-League’s first ever Unite Round.

Minister for Sport

$30 million to level the playing field

The NSW Government is continuing to invest in grassroots sporting organisations and championing women’s participation is sport with the opening of the Level the Playing Field Program and Organisational Support Program.

Minister for Sport

Extreme fun is back at Penrith

Western Sydney residents have another place to cool off and beat the heat this summer with Penrith Whitewater Stadium re-opening today.

NSW Government

Minns Government makes a $23 million splash for Surf Life Saving as patrol season begins

The NSW Government has announced the biggest funding commitment ever for Surf Life Saving NSW (SLSNSW), pledging an additional $23 million over four years to help keep NSW beaches safe.

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