NSW/ACT

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22 May 2020 1:37 pm

Are you looking to promote the safe use of local skate parks? The Y has developed a new public health protocol and communications plan that is delivered online and in a face to face campaign through the Skate Park leagues (SPL) program.

The SPL is a national grassroots competition series that offers young people who skateboard, BMX and scooter, a chance to showcase their skills whilst promoting positive use of council skate parks and skate park culture.

Is your Council interested in hosting an SPL program in the 2020-2021 financial year? The Y can support your planning through the NSW / ACT Skate Park League pre-booking process.

The Y has developed a new flexible program agreement that allows us to organise programs now without locking hosting partners (councils) into a specific date that may be cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

8 May 2020 12:54 pm
Our online network series is a chance for anyone working in the parks, leisure and recreation industry to come together to discuss things that are impacting your everyday work day and future work plans.


26 Aug 2019 4:02 pm

PLA NSW/ACT STRATEGIC PLAN WORKING GROUPS

Call for Expressions of Interest

The NSW/ACT Regional Council is seeking expressions of interest from PLA Members to join one of three working groups identified in the PLA NSW/ACT Strategic Plan 2019-2021.

Three working groups have been approved to research and develop outputs in the following areas:

  • Membership - Develop a Membership Value Proposition
  • Professional Development - Develop a Professional Development Program
  • Partnerships - Develop a Strategic Partnership Engagement Strategy
23 Aug 2019 1:17 pm

PLA NSW/ACT held a seminar and tour 'Meeting the Demands of Tomorrow - How to Improve Your Sports Field's Carrying Capacity', on Thursday 22 August at the newly refurbished Gore Hill Park . The day included presentations and talks on natural and synthetic turf, testing and classifying of surfaces and how to increase turf grass durability. The Future Needs Panel discussion included representatives from AFL NSW, Football NSW, Cricket NSW and Centennial Park which ignited great discussion around issues and shared learnings. Finishing the day, Holly Cowdery from Willoughby City Council and Matthew Tancred from Glascott Landscape and Civil discussed and toured the new Gore Hill synthetic oval and park precinct.


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