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Flood lights on an oval

The CNLP grants are designed to help develop sustainable floodlighting infrastructure for sport across Western Australia.

Administered by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the program aims to increase access and participation in sport and recreation with an emphasis on physical activity through rational development of good quality, well-designed and well-utilised floodlighting facilities.

This round is part of a $10 million package over four years and is now a separate funding program, where local governments, sporting clubs and community groups can apply outside the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund.

In this first standalone round 16 projects have been funded in the metropolitan area totalling $1,393,240 and 17 projects are in regional areas, totalling $1,620,941.

Grants offered are one-third of the total estimated project cost up to a maximum grant of $1 million.

In this round, projects which have received funding include:

  • $168,409: City of Wanneroo to upgrade lighting at two ovals in Splendid Park
  • $136,166: City of Kwinana to install floodlighting at Wellard Oval
  • $103,077: City of South Perth to upgrade lights at James Miller Oval
  • $53,524: City of Mandurah to install lighting for four courts at Mandurah Tennis Club
  • $49,147: Shire of Moora to install LED lighting on the Moora Football Oval
  • $24,990: Tom Price BMX Club to upgrade track lighting to LED
  • $2522: Boyanup Bowling Club to upgrade lighting for one bowling green. 

The next round of CNLP for projects up to $300,000 opens on 1 February 2022.

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Page reviewed 06 May 2022