Wollongong has become the only city in the Southern Hemisphere to receive the coveted UCI Bike City label, recognising the investment and commitment to make Wollongong ‘cycle-friendly’ to all.
Media statements from the Minister for Sport
Young people in communities hit hardest by the impacts of drought, bushfire and COVID-19 border closures will enjoy a mix of free and subsidised activities this summer, with the help of funding from the NSW Government.
Sports facilities will be created and upgraded across the State under the NSW Government’s Greater Cities and Regional Sport Facility Fund.
The NSW Government will allocate funding towards the development of business cases for the renewal and revitalisation of Brookvale Oval and Penrith Stadium as multi-use community assets.
Work has commenced on a $1.2 million upgrade to the basketball and netball courts at Ford Park precinct in Merimbula.
The NSW Government has continued its winning streak, securing another high-profile sporting event for Western Sydney.
St Clair sports clubs will receive a major boost today following the commencement of work on upgrades to Mark Leece Sportsground.
The NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) and Regional Academies of Sport (RASi) today announced a partnership that will deliver improved pathway opportunities for regionally based athletes across NSW.
The world’s largest women’s sporting event is coming to New South Wales after Australia and New Zealand won the rights to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™.
Six cycling projects across the Illawarra region will benefit from $100,000 in funding as part of the Wollongong 2022 Legacy Partnership Program.