KidSport brochure 2019

KidSport policy amended Nov 2018

KidsSport Summer Sports Info 2019

Now is the time to update your club’s details for Winter Sports on the KidSport website so that when parents/guardians go to apply on-line for Kidsport the correct 2019 fees are showing.

Clubs that have misplaced their log-in details or having trouble logging in please contact the team at KidSport either 9492 9911 or email

When you get a moment can you please forward this email out to your sporting clubs, this would much appreciated.

All the very best for 2019 and thank you for your support towards KidSport.


KidSport delivers $27 million worth of opportunities for WA kids.

18 March 2019

The State Government's program to assist lower-income families to get their children involved in organised sport has hit a $27 million milestone, with more than 80,000 WA kids having now benefitted from the initiative.

Program to assist lower-income families to get their children involved in organised sport reaches $27 million milestone


The KidSport program provides eligible children with grants of up to $150 per year to help pay club fees, easing the burden the rising costs of junior sport places on families.

Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray today announced the fund had hit the $27 million milestone — noting the particular benefits it had provided to regional WA, where it has delivered $10 million to eligible children, all the way from Albany to Karratha.

Since the program started in in 2011, KidSport has distributed more than 176,000 vouchers to more than 82,000 children. Of those children, some 55,500 had never joined a club before.

The cities of Wanneroo and Cockburn have both been big supporters of the program, helping to deliver $2.5 million and $1 million of vouchers respectively to children in their localities.

KidSport is run by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, with the help of 131 local governments.

Applications are open all year round.

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