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GippSport is always out and about supporting clubs in their daily operation. Whether its working in partnership with State Sporting Associations, Local Government or your local walking group you’ll find out about it here.
Latrobe City’s draft Recreation Needs Assessment is now open for community feedback. The draft Latrobe City Recreation Needs Assessment is an important strategic report that aims to provide Latrobe City Council with one consolidated document that covers the current provision, participation, demand and planning for active organised sport and active recreation at Council owned, managed […]Read more.
Bicycle Network visits Traralgon to offer local women the opportunity to build their skills and confidence on the bike. This awesome free event will include a basic skills workshop, a short 10km group ride and some refreshments after the ride. Riders of all abilities are welcome. Date: Sunday 9 July Time: 10 am Venue: Traralgon […]Read more.
It’s tennis, but not as you know it! Perfect for any skill and fitness level – All equipment provided Bairnsdale Aquatic & Recreation Center – Outdoor Grass Area Monday 29 May – 5:30pm-6:15pm Tuesday 30 May – 9:30am – 10:15am To book your place, please visit reception at Bairnsdale Aquatic & Recreation Center Free for all […]Read more.
The Morwell Bowling Club is running a community Jack Attack Bowls program starting on May 25. The program is suitable for beginners, with all equipment and coaching provided by the club. Come and give it a try! Date: Every Thursday from May 25 to June 15 Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: $6 per session To […]Read more.
FREE SPORTING CLUB WORKSHOP Want to learn the Secret to Writing Grant Applications? GippSport has the workshop for you! Topics How does planning help? Easy to follow steps What information will you need? What grants are available VicHealth- Active Club Grants Who should attend? People New to Committees Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurers People thinking of […]Read more.
New laws relating to the safety and protection of children, within sporting clubs, came into effect on the 1 January 2017. The Child Safe Standards are a response to the 2012 Betrayal of Trust Inquiry and they apply to all sporting organisations that operate in Victoria and provide sporting services to anyone under the age of […]Read more.