In a win for the South Australian netball community, Priceline Stadium has received a major facelift thanks to a $6.1 million investment by the State Government.
We all know the physical benefits of being active, but do you know exercise is good for our mental health too?
In the midst of a global pandemic, 2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, putting additional pressures on our home and work life and testing our relationships with others like never before.
Two hundred South Australian sporting organisations have already put their hand up and hundreds more have started the application process for their share of $2.495 million in program and equipment funding through the Marshall Government’s Active Club Program (ACP).
Did you know the labour input of volunteers across South Australia has been estimated to be valued at up to $453 million annually?!
South Australian sporting organisations can apply for their share in more than $6.8 million of funding, through the Marshall Government’s Active Club Program (ACP) and the Community Recreation and Sport Facilities Program (CRSFP).
Right now, the world should have been celebrating the incredible displays of athletic ability, determination and dedication demonstrated by the world's best athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The State Government has helped deliver $59.3 million in vital infrastructure upgrades to sporting clubs across South Australia through its hugely popular Grassroots Football, Cricket and Netball Facility Program.
The Marshall Government has developed a bold new plan to increase the activity levels of all South Australians potentially saving the public health system up to $804 million a year.
More than $3 million will be distributed to sport and recreation organisations across South Australia to enable the industry to further enhance inclusion, accessibility and job opportunities.
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.