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Administered by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC), the grants for projects over $300,000 are made available once a year to support the development of high quality infrastructure and environments for sport and recreation around Western Australia.

In this annual and forward planning round community organisations, local governments and sport or active recreation clubs are invited to apply.

In this round 21 projects were approved, totalling $10.34 million. Recipients for 2022-23 include the following projects:

  • $900,000: Looma Community Inc to upgrade their oval, lighting and changerooms
  • $738,767: Shire of Kellerberrin to redevelop the Kellerberrin Memorial Pool
  • $700,000: City of Armadale to redevelop Gwynne Park Pavilion including changerooms
  • $550,000: Manjimup Tennis Club to construct a new tennis complex including six hard courts
  • $250,000: City of Melville to upgrade changerooms at Marmion Reserve
  • $134,247: Swan Valley Sporting Club to redevelop their changerooms.

Approximately $4.93 million of the funding was allocated to projects that delivered new or upgraded gender-neutral changerooms and more than $1 million contributed directly to projects that increase participation in remote Aboriginal communities.

The CSRFF Small Grants round (for projects from $7500-$300,000) opened on 1 February 2022 and closes on 31 March 2022.

Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund

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Page reviewed 06 May 2022