Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
Wave of extra funding for Albany Surf Club revamp27 November 2023
A request to the State Government for half a million dollars towards the Albany Surf Life Saving Club redevelopment project is no longer a pipe dream, with the swell news from WA's Sport and Recreation Minister that the $500,000 will be provided.
New Play Well strategy boosts inclusive sports participation24 November 2023
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has launched Play Well, Australia’s Sport Participation Strategy, to foster inclusive and diverse sporting environments and experiences nationwide.
Council member mandatory training requirements24 November 2023
Local governments must organise for new council members to undertake mandatory training.
150 reasons to start your next trails adventure23 November 2023
Trails WA releases top trails list, encouraging all Western Australians to explore our great outdoors.
It's show time: FRINGE is back to delight summer audiences22 November 2023
The FRINGE WORLD Festival will return in 2024, with the government providing a significant funding boost to help deliver more than 500 events this summer.
New mountain bike trails for Perth's northern suburbs20 November 2023
Mountain biking in the heart of Perth's northern suburbs is a step closer with design and construction of family-friendly trails at Lake Joondalup going to tender.
Stop Puppy Farming — consultation closing soon20 November 2023
Local governments, community members, animal rehoming services, vet practices and other stakeholders are encouraged to have their say on proposed new Dog and Cat Regulations before public consultation closes on 5pm 20 November 2023.
Forward works begin on screen production facility17 November 2023
Forward works will begin at the site of Western Australia's new screen production facility located along Marshall Road, to the south of Whiteman Park, near the Malaga METRONET station precinct.
Cemeteries Act and Cremations Act Review15 November 2023
The public, community groups, industry and government bodies are invited to comment on a discussion paper released as part of a review of the Cemeteries Act 1976 and the Cremation Act 1929 (the Review), now available on the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries’ website.