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News from the Department highlighting funding, initiatives and projects in the sport and recreation industry.
Local companies winning at Perth Stadium
Tuesday 10 May 2016
Western Australian companies are continuing to benefit from construction of the Perth Stadium and Sports Precinct with more than $76 million of new contracts recently awarded.
New centre the active heart of Narembeen
Monday 02 May 2016
Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies have officially opened the $5.2 million upgraded Narembeen Recreation Centre.
Design and colour of stadium seats revealed
Wednesday 27 Apr 2016
Sports fans have given the thumbs up to the size, design and colour of the seats at Perth Stadium and Sports Precinct.
SilverSport to help seniors get active
Thursday 21 Apr 2016
Eligible seniors will be given financial help to join sporting clubs or attend seniors physical activity classes under an innovative program announced today in Belmont.
Travel support for WA’s aspiring athletes
The latest round of the State Government's Athlete Travel Subsidy Scheme is now open.
New lease of life for club equipment
Wednesday 20 Apr 2016
Sport and active recreation clubs have the chance to revitalise existing gear or purchase new sporting equipment with the opening of the latest round of the Community Sporting Club Equipment Subsidy Scheme.
10,000 Aboriginal kids active through KidSport
Thursday 31 Mar 2016
Latest statistics show that Aboriginal children now make up one in five KidSport participants who are playing sport and involved in a club in Western Australia.
Perth Stadium art opportunities
Artists are being invited to register their interest for the final two artwork opportunities being advertised for Perth Stadium and the surrounding sports precinct.
Great Aussie Camp Out 2016
Tuesday 29 Mar 2016
The official dates have been set for the 2016 Great Aussie Camp Out (GACO).
Kicking goals for multiculturalism on the footy field
Tuesday 22 Mar 2016
Children from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds are developing a passion for Australia's national sport thanks to the West Australian Football Commission's Welcome to AFL program.
When in doubt, sit them out
Wednesday 16 Mar 2016
A new video campaign to be screened during the winter sports season aims to educate people about the dangers of concussion in sport.
Australia’s finest junior athletes head to Perth
Wednesday 09 Mar 2016
More than 1,500 of the nation's best young athletes have descended on Perth to compete in the 2016 Australian Junior Athletics Championships.
Nicky Winmar Carnival for future AFL stars
Friday 04 Mar 2016
Talented Aboriginal footy players will have their skills on show this Sunday at the 2016 Nicky Winmar Carnival.
Fun for the whole family at Camp Quaranup, Albany
Wednesday 02 Mar 2016
Come and experience four days of family fun at Camp Quaranup, Albany during the April School holidays.
Great facilities keep West Australians active
A new skate park in Calista, an innovative multipurpose synthetic playing field at Murdoch University and a new recreation centre in Pingelly are just some of the 31 projects given funding today by the State Government.
Work progressing on Swan River pedestrian bridge
The first of two construction causeways for the Swan River pedestrian bridge will be completed this week from the Burswood Peninsula.
Perth Stadium cricket wicket testing begins
Tuesday 23 Feb 2016
Local cricketers are this week testing a drop-in wicket prototype that will guide the design and construction of the drop-in wickets to be used at Perth Stadium when it opens in 2018.
First shots fired at new shooting range
Smallbore rifle shooting in Western Australia has a new home.
Virtual reality view of Perth Stadium Station
Wednesday 17 Feb 2016
Fans looking forward to heading to Perth Stadium in 2018 can now see what the $40million train station will look like, using an app on their smart phone or tablet.
Netball shoots goals in Great Southern
Tuesday 16 Feb 2016
West Coast Fever are taking their skills and expertise to Albany this week.