Office of Sport
Construction has begun on the Cricket NSW Centre of Excellence at Wilson Park where the State’s superstars and aspiring youth will benefit from world class facilities.
The turf will be cut super-fine inside Stadium Australia to create a new nine hole golf course which will be open to the public.
A new $100 million Greater Cities and Regional Sports Facility Fund announced in the 2020-21 NSW Budget will stimulate local economies, boost employment and promote healthy lifestyles across the State.
A wealth of experience will ensure the new Venues NSW board is best equipped to strengthen NSW’s position as Australia’s number one destination for sports and live entertainment.
Work has commenced on a $1.2 million upgrade to the basketball and netball courts at Ford Park precinct in Merimbula.
Surf Life Saving Clubs which became places of refuge for thousands of residents during last year’s bushfires have been given an additional $600,000 in funding from the NSW Government.
Work today officially commenced on construction of Wagga Wagga’s new $9.2 million multisport cycling complex at Pomingalarna Reserve with the turning of the first sod by the Acting Minister for Sport.
The NSW Government has continued its winning streak, securing another high-profile sporting event for Western Sydney.