Have a copy of your Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card ready.
Apply for KidSport
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Eligible children in Western Australia can receive up to $150 per calendar year to cover the costs of joining any approved KidSport club.
Vouchers can also be used across multiple KidSport clubs, helping more children to get active and connect with community sport.
To be eligible for KidSport applicants must be:
If your child will be 5 for the majority of the playing season, then the Kidsport application will still be considered. If your child is 18 at the time of application they will still be eligible for KidSport.
Applications are open all year round and can be completed online in three simple steps.
Ensure you have a photo of your Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card ready to attach as a file online. The card must be current (not expired) and display the child's name and individual Centrelink Client Reference Number (CRN) on the card.
It is recommended using a desktop/laptop computer and using Google Chrome browser when completing the online application form.
Remember to allow enough time for your application to be processed before your child’s season starts.
Your local government or the KidSport team will assess the application within 10 business days.
Common reasons for applications being unsuccessful include: child not meeting eligibility requirements, concession card was not readable or the funding request was greater than the child's remaining KidSport
KidSport must be used at point of payment, refunds will not be given for club fees that have already been paid. This means that you must be approved for KidSport and have your code when paying fees.
All voucher codes will have a 90-day expiry from the date you receive the approval email. If for some reason you are unable to provide the club with the code within the 90 days and the code expires, you can simply reapply online (if in the appropriate
KidSport vouchers can only be used for registration fees and not the purchase of uniform or equipment. If you are looking for ways to keep the cost of playing sport down, we suggest you contact your club to see if they have second-hand uniforms and equipment,
or try organisations such as Fair Game who help out with recycled equipment.
KidSport funding is an initiative to support low income families, therefore a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card is required. If your family is experiencing financial hardship as a result of an unforeseen situation you may be eligible to access
KidSport without a concession card if you meet one of the KidSport financial exceptions.
Eligible individuals can only be approved through a financial exception once.
Recommendations to help assist parents with the refund process. Review the guidelines before proceeding with a refund enquiry.
If you are having issues with your application, have made a mistake in your application, or have lost your validation code, please contact the KidSport team for support.
Email the KidSport teamTelephone 61 8 9492 9911
Do not submit enquiries with this form.