Rising sports stars, local clubs and loyal fans in Orange and the Central West are set to benefit from first-rate regional sports infrastructure with preliminary works commencing today on the brand new $25 million Orange Sports Precinct thanks to the NSW Government.
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$4 million in funding will improve the facilities of Surf Life Saving Clubs across NSW with clubs in bushfire and drought affected areas prioritised for assistance.
Cricket clubs and councils are set to capitalise on the success of Australia’s recent Women’s T20 World Cup victory with applications now open for the final round of the NSW ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Cricket Legacy Fund.
The preferred site for the new Lake Macquarie Sport and Recreation Centre has been announced by the NSW Government today.
You’ve heard of upcycled furniture, now it’s upcycled synthetic turf with the original surface at Tamworth Regional Hockey Complex rolled out for reuse at local schools and sporting associations.
The Queanbeyan Tigers Australian Rules Football Club are today celebrating after Member for Monaro John Barilaro officially opened the new and upgraded facilities at the Tigers’ home ground.
Sporting groups and those looking to enjoy the great outdoors have a new destination to compete, exercise and play, with the multimillion-dollar upgrades to the Stuart Park Sporting Precinct now complete thanks to the NSW Government and Port Macquarie-Hastings Council.
Member for Monaro John Barilaro today joined Snowy Monaro Regional Council Mayor Peter Beer and local sporting groups to mark two significant milestones in the local region.
Six cycling projects across the Illawarra region will benefit from $100,000 in funding as part of the Wollongong 2022 Legacy Partnership Program.
The NSW Government will merge Venues NSW and the Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust (SCGT) to create a single organisation for NSW sporting and entertainment venues, to attract blockbuster events and drive economic activity across the State.