UPDATED 27th July 2021: The Victorian Government has announced an end to lockdown as at 11:59pm Tuesday 27 July 2021. See how this impacts community sport and recreation.
The Victorian Government has announced new Child Safe Standards that will come into effect on 1 July 2022. They set out minimum requirements organisations must take to keep children and young people safe.
Grants of $2,000 for clubs to compensate for irrecoverable costs greater arising directly from the cancellation or postponement of events during the lockdown.
Grants to assist Aboriginal Victorians to participate in sporting carnivals, buy sports uniforms and equipment, as well as fund travel and accommodation expenses for state and national competitions.
Sports Central has partnered with VicHealth and Regional Sport Victoria to showcase the Ballarat District Golf – MyGolf Girls Squad.
Join the fun of AFL Blind through AFL Goldfields’ new AFL Blind Skill Sessions. AFL Blind is a modified version of Australian Football for people with vision impairment.
There may be times when your members cannot check-in to your sporting venue using a smart-phone. Fortunately Kiosk Check-In solves this issue.
All Abilities Hoops is Basketball Ballarat’s new program for children living with disability. The 7-week program is suited for children aged from 5 – 12 years.
The City of Ballarat Youth Awards recognise the outstanding contributions that young people make in the Ballarat community.
Are you interested in learning about your health, getting active with a range of fun workouts, making new friends and being involved in your local community? Then the Daughters of the West is for you.