Facilities and Infrastructure
The WACA is committed to the ongoing support and management of cricket facilities across Western Australia, working with relevant stakeholders to ensure the best possible environments for our cricket communities.
WACA State Infrastructure Strategy 2019-28
The Western Australian Cricket Association is excited to announce that the WA Cricket Infrastructure Strategy has now been finalised.
The WA Cricket Infrastructure Strategy identifies key facility priorities in each of the 14 Western Australian cricket regions and will guide the development of cricket infrastructure in WA for the next 10 years.
The WA Cricket Infrastructure Strategy aims to align cricket and government strategic planning, promote collaboration between all layers of the cricket community and government and to highlight the key drivers of facility planning and investment.
The Strategy will complement and strengthen the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund.
Download the WA Cricket Infrastructure Strategy 2019-2028.
For enquiries regarding the WA State Infrastructure Strategy, please contact Kate Mort, on 9265 7320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund
Cricket is investing more into community cricket facility projects than ever before via the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF).
Cricket Australia, in partnership with State and Territory Associations, is committed to developing quality facilities that provide a welcoming environment for all participants, officials, volunteers and spectators. The ACIF will contribute more than $4.3 million in 2020/21 into community facility projects, representing Cricket’s continued commitment to infrastructure funding.
This investment has been bolstered by the commitment of additional funding to the ACIF via the Grassroots Cricket Fund of up to $1 million. The Grassroots Cricket Fund is a partnership between the Australian Cricketers' Association and Cricket Australia, with the funding being contributed by Australian cricketers to support cricket in local communities.
The ACIF is open to all clubs, associations, schools, councils and cricket facility managers, acknowledging the important role that these partners play in providing facilities for community cricket across Australia.
For more information visit https://www.community.cricket.com.au/clubs/facilities/acif
Cricket Australia’s Community Cricket Facility Guidelines aim to provide a consolidated resource of community cricket facility planning, development, management and maintenance information for use by community, government and national cricket industry partners and stakeholders.
For more information visit https://www.community.cricket.com.au/clubs/facilities/facilities-guidelines