Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund

$100 million to enable regional sport and recreation participation and performance.

Aerial view of hockey fields at the Northern Inland sports centre Tamworth


The NSW Government recognises the benefits of sport and active recreation for everyone, that’s why it has invested $100 million in 21 new and existing regional sports facilities. These funds have supported projects that increase the number and type of regional sporting facilities, improve the standard of existing regional sporting facilities and increase participation in sport.

The Fund focuses on larger sporting facilities that deliver the best regional outcomes for the community with grants of between $1 million and $10 million committed to regional sport hubs or regionally significant sport facilities.

Visit the Office of Sport website for more information.

Success stories

North Coast Inclusive Aquatic Facility jetty and boat

North Coast Inclusive Aquatic Facility

A $1.2 million grant from the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund allowed the construction of inclusive facilities at this aquatic club to enable people of all abilities to learn to sail.
Lake Macquarie Football Facility

Lake Macquarie Football Facility - Stage 2

A $2.25 million grant through the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund enabled the construction of a new multipurpose amenities building, catering for the growing number of players in Lake Macquarie.

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