Council is undertaking a game-changing revamp of 14 sporting pavilions across Wyndham.
Wyndham City is investing $5.6 million over 2021/22 for the construction and detailed design of a number of these pavilions, which are being redeveloped in line with Wyndham City’s Sports Facility Capital Development Guide.
Construction on three pavilions at Cambridge Tennis Club (pictured), Wooten Road Reserve and Haines Drive Reserve is currently underway, with works on the Howqua Way Reserve Pavilion in Manor Lakes and Saltwater Soccer Pavilion in Point Cook to begin in the second half of 2021.
Construction on the remaining pavilions will be phased over the next one to two years.
We’ve already completed three of these important projects – including a new $2 million sports club and community pavilion at Galvin Park Tennis Club, an extension of Point Cook’s Featherbrook Reserve Pavilion and the upgraded Dunnings Road Reserve Pavilion, which now includes a larger community space, kitchen and storage areas.
A list of sporting pavilions that will be upgraded as part of this plan are listed below. Keep up to date with the progress of these works by checking this page, which is updated regularly.
- Upgraded pavilions that meet the outdoor sporting infrastructure standards outlined in Wyndham City’s Sports Facility Capital Development Guide
- New and upgraded sporting facilities that will help boost participation in sport
- Provide a new home for the sporting clubs that use these reserves
- Will also allow for more use by community groups, schools and non-for-profit organisations during non-peak times
- Accessible for people with a disability