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An oval flooded with light in the Kimberley

The Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) and the Club Night Lights Program (CNLP) are designed to increase physical activity and participation through good quality, well-designed and well-utilised facilities.

In the latest small grants round, 13 clubs and local governments have received $566,668 for small projects through the CSRFF. The fund is part of the State Government’s commitment to sustainable infrastructure.

Projects receiving funding in this round include court resurfacing, upgrade of a bowling green, conversion of scheme water to bore water and upgrading sports storage.

The WA Recreational Water Sports Association in the Town of Victoria Park receives $83,882 to build new male and female changerooms. In this round, the rest of the grants went to regional areas including:

  • Great Southern Regional Cricket Board for converting an existing pavilion in a multi-use indoor sporting facility ($99,967)
  • Shire of Yalgoo to update their rage cage, a multi-purpose sport and play space ($16,327)
  • South Mandurah Tennis Club to resurface four courts ($5915)
  • Shire of Kondinin for resurfacing, construction of 2 tennis courts and drainage ($44,169).

The CNLP gives financial assistance to community groups and local governments to develop sports floodlighting infrastructure. Around the State 11 clubs are collectively receiving $503,154 to upgrade the floodlighting on their courts, fields, ovals and pitches. These include:

The next rounds of CSRFF and CNLP open on 1 February 2023.

Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund

Club Night Lights Program

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Page reviewed 06 May 2022