• Community

One of our primary focuses at Sporties is to be an active and positive contributor to our local communities.

Over the past 30 years we have donated millions of dollars and an un-quantified amount of time into the support of our local initiatives and organisations demonstrating our ongoing and passionate commitment to the communities we serve.

Sporties Barooga proudly presented Lorin Nicholson to regional school children, as part of his Seesharp/Bullycheck tour.

Lorin’s motivational delivery of the anti-bullying message is internationally renowned, and was showcased to hundreds of school children on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of August.

Sporties reports marvellous community feedback for the tour.

To learn more about how we can support your organisation, please simply contact us or click here to fill in an online enquiry form.

The Sporties Group is the major employer of the Berrigan Shire. The Sporties Group now comprises of the Sporties Barooga, Cobram Barooga Golf Club, Sporties Health & Fitness and the Sporties Barooga Bowls Club.

With close on 180 workers now employed, the Sporties Group provides a workplace for many varied occupations.

Staff are employed in administration, accounting, reception, marketing, promotions, bar stewards, maintenance, chefs, cleaners, gardeners, greenskeepers, gym staff, bus driver, swimming teacher, golf professional etc.

Apprenticeships, traineeships and internal staff training are all available at different times when the occasion arises.
The Sporties Group prides itself on a high standard of customer service in many mixed occupations.

Thinking of a career with the Sporties Group? Simply head to our online enquiry form.

The Sporties Group proudly supports BULLYcheck

Need for Feed – 2018

Sporties Barooga have been long time supporters of the Barooga Lions and the work they do with Need for Feed to help farming families in regional Australia cope with the effects of natural disaster on their farms and livelihoods.

This week, we are incredibly proud to continue that support with a $3500 donation going to Need for Feed, enabling them to purchase of an entire truckload of hay. The hay will be joining a convoy of more than 100 trucks and 50 support vehicles heading for the New England region to help 400 families.

There is still plenty of work to be done though, with Linda and Darren from Need for Feed telling us that they currently have 1500 families on their books who need help and there’s no sign conditions will be improving any time soon.

Anyone who would like to show their support, donations can be made to Need for Feed at their website www.needforfeed.org or you can bring in non-perishable donations to us here at Sporties Barooga.

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