The NSW Government has opened the latest round of the Community Building Partnership fund, providing NSW Speedway venues with a great opportunity to secure funding toward important infrastructure projects to continuously improve their facilities.

Last year, this very program resulted in NSW tracks receiving over $130,000 in funding toward infrastructure projects including control towers, concrete walls and catch fences, amenities blocks, right down to a ride on lawn mower.

In 2021, there is a maximum of $300,000 to allocate in each electorate. Incorporated not-for-profit community organisations and local councils are eligible to apply for grants of between $5000 and $150,000, with the average grant awarded around $20,000. Generally speaking, projects with contributions from their own, or other sources, are considered more favourably than others, with applications assessed against other proposed projects within the same State electorate.

Given the success of last year’s applications, we hope to see applications on behalf of each and every NSW track this time around. Applications close in just over 20 days’ time, so get in contact with Sport Development Officer, Adam Brook as a matter of urgency to discuss how we may best assist with your submission.


Posted: 3/05/2021