Shire of Goomalling



KidSport wants to make it possible for children whose families could not normally afford it, to participate in community sport and recreation. KidSport will allow eligible youth aged 5–18 years to apply for financial assistance to enroll in a sporting club of their choice (as long as that club is registered with KidSport), and will pay up to $200 towards the club fees.

How do I apply?

You must have a Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card or be referred by a ‘recognised’ Referral Agent to be eligible.

To apply for this financial assistance, you fill out the KidSport Application Voucher and bring it in to Jo Bywaters - our Sport & Rec Coordinator. She is available at the Goomalling Shire Office from Wednesday to Friday.

She will validate the voucher and return it to you. You then submit the voucher to the club when registering.

The fees will go directly from the Shire of Goomalling to the registered KidSport clubs participating in the project.

If you want more information, you can contact Sport & Recreation Coordinator Jo at the Shire of Goomalling, on 9629 1101 or, or read more information on the Department of Sport and Recreation's website.

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