The State Sports Park at Gepps Cross is one step closer to becoming a revitalised sport and recreation precinct, with the final round of an online public survey regarding the Marshall Government redevelopment now open.
Ask any hockey player about their preferred playing surface and the answer is invariably a synthetic pitch. Yet for hockey players on the Yorke Peninsula who were playing every game on grass, having a synthetic pitch was just a dream…until now!
The Playford Wellbeing Hub has been launched and will see the delivery of a wide range of programs and services to support the community's physical, social and mental health and wellbeing.
In a major coup for the South Australian football/soccer community, construction will commence this week on the new $24 million State Centre of Football – a project that’s creating 100 jobs.
The Marshall Government will provide $6 million in funding to upgrade the state’s premier athletic track and field venue as part of its $204 million State Sport and Recreation Infrastructure Plan package.
Major upgrades to the Women’s Memorial Playing Fields (WMPF) in St Marys have officially begun with an overhaul of the sporting facilities and the construction of a new homage to Australian servicewomen.
The Australian Government together with the Marshall Government of South Australia is cementing Adelaide’s position as an international cycling capital, awarding the multi-million dollar contract for the wind tunnel build adjacent to the Adelaide Super-Drome.
The construction of the $2.6 million purpose-built Murray Bridge Regional Rowing Centre is now complete and it has made a striking impact on the Sturt Reserve river front at Murray Bridge.
A new program aimed at getting more South Australians active has been launched with organisations across the state able to apply for a share in $2.3 million in funding.
Summer is here and VACSWIM has officially launched the 2020/21 campaign, with more than 10,000 enrolments to date.
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