How can we help? We know this is a hugely difficult time for everyone in the community and we’re continuing to monitor the current situation to get a fuller picture about the impact coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on community sport.
Sports Central are continuing to work through the current and future implications surrounding the Coronavirus situation. The Sports Central board and staff are working with partners across the state, the region and locally to determine a course of action that aligns with guidelines and laws as they continue to evolve.
Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Ballarat and Sports Central made the decision to postpone the Sons of the West program, which was scheduled to commence on Wednesday 18th March at Phoenix P-12 Community College.
Please note that this program has been postponed.
Developed exclusively for 11 – 17 year old’s, Cycling & Co. is a fun, low-cost program that empowers young people to ride a bike for recreation or transport. Every Cycling & Co. ride is unique with different routes and new places to discover on every ride.
In Celebration of International Women’s Day and the Active Women & Girls Strategy, the City of Ballarat in partnership with local health and well-being organisations are hosting the inaugural, ‘Ballarat Active Women’s Leadership Network’ event.
Premier’s Active April encourages all Victorians to do 30 minutes of physical activity a day during April. It’s free, it’s fun and it’s part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to getting more people active and healthy. Start small – remember every little bit counts. It’s an easy way to kick start a healthier you!
Sons of the West is a FREE health program for men aged 18 and over living, working and recreating in Victoria’s west.
The 10-week program aims to improve men’s health and wellbeing through a series of workshops, presentations, events and experiences.
The Ballarat Bulldogs invite females and males with intellectual disability interested in joining the team to get in touch or come down to a training session to have a go, meet the players, coaches and support staff.
The Grampians Giants invite anyone with intellectual disability interested in joining the team to get in touch or come down to a training session to have a go, meet the players, coaches and support staff. No footy experience needed.