We’re thrilled to announce the completion of the two pavilions at Webster Street Reserve, with our local sporting clubs already making great use of these fit for purpose facilities.

These pavilions mark the completion of the $15.9 million project at Webster Street Reserve.

The two sporting pavilions include change rooms, social spaces, storage, kitchens, umpire rooms and a car park with landscaping.

This follows the opening of five new sporting fields, seven tennis courts and one multi-use court, cricket nets and landscaping at Webster Street Reserve.

Wyndham City Councillor and Active City portfolio holder Cr Peter Maynard said these new sporting pavilions are excellent additions to this new active open space.  

“It’s fantastic to see these new pavilions being put to use by our local sporting clubs and these will serve as essential assets to the Point Cook community for years to come,” Cr Maynard said.

“Wyndham City is committed to providing our residents with the sport and recreational facilities they need, closer to home, to lead healthier and more active lives.”

Wyndham City thanks the Victorian Government’s Local Sports Infrastructure Fund for its $800,000 contribution to the pavilions.

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