- Indoor Stadiums/Aquatic Facilities
- Female Friendly Facilities
- Community Sports Lighting
- Community Facilities
It is underpinned by the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions’ priorities to ensure the state’s economy benefits all Victorians by creating more jobs for more people, building thriving places and regions and nurturing inclusive communities.
For specific details on the program, including the objectives of the fund, the number of applications that can be submitted under each stream, the grant amounts available and eligibility of applications please refer to the guidelines.
For specific details on the number of applications that can be submitted under each category please refer to the guidelines.
Process for clubs/local organisations
Sporting and recreation clubs, sporting associations and leagues, educational institutions, not-for-profit community organisations, businesses and individuals cannot directly apply to the Local Sports Infrastructure Fund.
An Local Sports Infrastructure Fund Expression of Interest Form (for clubs) has been developed to assist this process if Local Government Authorities and Alpine Resort Boards wish to use this.
Local clubs and organisations are advised to contact their Local Government Authority or Alpine Resort Board if they wish to express interest and seek support from the Local Sports Infrastructure Fund.
Process for councils
The application process will require the submission of an online Application.
Please refer to the 2022 Local Sports Infrastructure Fund Guidelines for further information on the application process and requirements for each stream.
Successful Applications Announced
Successful applications of the 2022 Local Sports Infrastructure Fund will be announced from October 2022.