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MEDIA RELEASE: Lake Burrendong Open Day this weekend

NSW Office of Sport 2 mins read

13 February 2024


 Get active at Lake Burrendong Open Day


The Central West and Western Plains communities are invited to a free Open Day at Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre next Sunday, 18 February.


The Open Day will feature a range of activities, including Centre programs and local sporting and activity providers as well as food and picnic options.


Activities will include rugby league, cricket, rugby union, archery, karting, PCYC ninja course, Traditional Indigenous Games and a slip and slide for kids.


There will also be information on Office of Sport programs, venues and events, including the Duke of Edinburgh International Award.


Throughout the day staff will provide tours of the site, showcasing the accommodation and facilities available at the Centre.


Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre is located at 205 Tara Road
Mumbil NSW 2820. The Open Day will be held from 9am-3pm with activities scheduled throughout the day.


Visit the Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre website for further information and to register for activities.


Minister for Sport Steve Kamper said:


"This open day is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the range of sport and recreation activities available both at the Centre and in the region.


“I urge Central West and Western Plains residents to come along to the Open Day for what will be an unforgettable experience.”


NSW Office of Sport Chief Executive Karen Jones said:


“Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre has been serving the Central West and Western Plains communities for almost 50 years.


“The Open Day on Sunday, February 18 is a chance for people of all ages and abilities to come together and experience what the Centre has to offer or just reminisce about their time at the Centre.


“Our team can’t wait to host the community and I encourage everyone to come along for a day of fun, fitness and entertainment.


Media contact: 0417 291 346


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