Women challenged to out-do men again at Active April

Victorian women and girls are being urged to continue the charge and out-do the men and boys at this year’s Premier’s Active April challenge. Acting Minister for Sport Philip Dalidakis today joined AFL Women’s Melbourne Demons skipper Daisy Pearce, Western Bulldogs captain Katie Brennan and Melbourne…

World’s top tennis stars return to Melbourne

Melbourne will once again serve up the biggest names in world tennis when it hosts the 2017 Australian Open this month. Acting Minister for Sport Philip Dalidakis today joined Craig Tiley, CEO and Australian Open Tournament Director, Tennis Australia, to officially kick start the final countdown to the 2017 Grand Slam.…

The world’s best Gymnasts to head to Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government has secured the Gymnastics World Cup for Melbourne. Acting Minister for Tourism and Major Events Philip Dalidakis announced today Hisense Arena will host a stop on the Individual Apparatus World Cup circuit for men’s and women’s artistic gymnasts next year. The event will…

Help shape the future of Albert Park

Locals are encouraged to help shape the future of Albert Park by participating in the second phase of consultation for the development of a master plan. This phase of consultation asks people to respond to a number of key directions and proposals to improve the experience for visitors and the sustainability of the…

Melbourne welcomes cutting edge Sportstech company

One of the fastest-growing sportstech companies in the world, GuardLab, has become the latest technology company to announce it will establish its Asia Pacific headquarters in Victoria. GuardLab will open the Asia Pacific base in Melbourne later this year and will also re-locate its regional manufacturing provision…