The Marshall Government is taking a bold new approach to get South Australians active more often by investing $2.3 million in the evolution of sport and recreation programs.
Sport and recreation clubs right across South Australia will make significant upgrades to their facilities thanks to the biggest ever investment in grassroots sport in SA’s history.
The Aldgate Netball Club is now offering members an alternative uniform – singlet and shorts instead of the traditional dress. This initiative exemplifies what it takes to be a ‘Club of the Future’ at the heart of the community, creating an inclusive and family friendly environment for all. To find out more how this idea came to life, we spoke to Fiona Crowe who is on the board of the Aldgate Netball Club.
South Australia will soon have a new ‘home for basketball’ thanks to a $15 million investment by the Marshall Government.
17 - 23 May 2021 marks National Volunteer Week (NVW) where we celebrate the significant contribution of Australia’s almost six million volunteers who dedicate over 600 million hours to helping others every year.
Those that own wearable technology can be overheard discussing their daily step count. Are you making sure that you’re hitting other targets such as your movement and exercise goals?
Spectators and players have been overjoyed with the redevelopment of the Hectorville Sports and Community Club, recently completed at Daly Oval.
Addressing dire levels of physical activity among South Australian children and young people has been identified as a key priority in a new strategic plan released by the Marshall Government.
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!
We acknowledge and respect Aboriginal peoples as South Australia's first peoples and nations, we recognise Aboriginal peoples as traditional owners and occupants of land and waters in South Australia and that their spiritual, social, cultural and economic practices come from their traditional lands and waters; and they maintain their cultural and heritage beliefs, languages and laws which are of ongoing importance; We pay our respects to their ancestors and to their Elders.