The Victorian Government is leading the way across the nation with a bold new game plan to get more people, more active, more often
The Victorian Budget 2017/18 will invest over $332 million to improve sports and recreation facilities
Challenging gender stereotypes and encouraging more women and girls to reach their full potential in sport
10 October, 2017
The countdown is on with the most loved names in world tennis set to converge on Melbourne in January for what will be the biggest and best Australian Open yet.
14 September, 2017
More people in Melbourne’s north will have the chance to get on the court when they want, close to home with 16 new netball courts set to be built across Moreland thanks to the Inner City Netball Program.
Sport and recreation is the lifeblood of Victorian communities especially in regional centres like Woorinen in the Central Murray region.
Provides grants to improve Victorian athlete development pathways from community to national representation level.
Help for sporting, community and event organisations to deliver significant sporting events.
Providing funding for uniforms and equipment and improving the accessibility and skills of clubs and organisations.
It's amazing how far Australian women in sport have come. But we're still far from fair. Now is the time to change that. Find out more about the campaign at changeourgame.vic.gov.au