Grange Soccer Reserve
The Grange Soccer Reserve upgrade will bring an overall improvement for users with the upgrade of playing surface and improved lighting.
- Soccer Pitch 1 with new playing surface (natural turf)
- Soccer Pitch 2 with lighting upgrade.
- Improved playing surface
- Additional lighting at reserve to assist with training.
Estimated Start/Completion Dates:
- Lighting: Commenced with 3 lights installed by end of July 2017 and additional light by June 2018.
- Pitch upgrade: Start in September 2017 with completion by March 2018.
Lawrie Emmins Motocross Track
Wyndham City is moving with plans to redevelop the former motocross track at Lawrie Emmins Reserve in Laverton North.
A Community Reference Group which includes includes Wyndham City’s Sports Development portfolio holder, Cr Peter Maynard, Sergeant Aaron Prentice-Evans from the Westgate Highway Patrol and community representatives Les Cameron and Brett Ison has been established to provide advice and advocacy to help Council deliver a motocross track that meets the needs of the community.
We appreciate that stakeholders have been patient and supportive of the project despite the unforeseen delays that have impacted delivery.
The $700,000 redevelopment of the Lawrie Emmins Motocross Track will provide residents with a safe & legal motorcycling facility.
Features will include:
- Senior motocross track,
- Junior track,
- Accessible toilets,
- Site office,
- Car park,
- Safety upgrades
For further information or to provide feedback please contact:
Correne Cooper, Recreation Planning and Policy Officer
Ph: 8734 5488 Ext: 2344
Mainview Boulevard Reserve Pavilion
The Mainview Boulevard Reserve (Allura Estate) pavilion and car park construction project is well underway.
Wyndham City has commenced construction of the $2.987 million project.
When complete, the reserve will include:
- two ovals
- pavillion that will include a social area, kitchen, four change rooms and amenities, storage, umpires rooms and public toilets.
- car parking for 100 cars
The state of the art pavilion has been designed to oversee both ovals and provide the required amenity to maximise the use of the whole reserve.
This project was supported by a $1,200,000 grant made available through the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund.
For further information please contact Correne Cooper - Acting Team Leader recreation Starategy (email@example.com) or call 8734 5488 (ext: 2344).
Mossfiel Reserve Master Plan
Works at Mossfiel Reserve as part of the Master Plan implementation will begin in September 2017.
The first stage of works will involve service connections and clearing the site for construction of the Sports & Community Pavilion.
The $7.197 million project will include demolition of the existing Mossfiel Hall.
- Construction of two new sporting / community pavilions
- New sporting fields
- New car park
- State of the art reserve for residents to enjoy
Timeframes for further stages of the project are as follows:
- Complete construction of sports and community pavilion ($3.4m)
- Finalise design of landscape/ fields
- Begin construction of landscape/ fields ($3.2m)
- Finalise design of netball pavilion
- Complete construction of landscape/fields
- Construct netball / community pavilion
- Construction of new playground
This project was supported by a $1,800,000 grant made available through the Victorian Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund.
For further information please contact Correne Cooper, Recreation Policy and Planning Officer via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8734 5488 (ext: 2344).
Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve
The Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve Master Plan has been completed.
Williams Landing residents will soon be able to enjoy their new state of the art, active open space reserve! The reserve development will create a space where people can engage in healthy activity and come to together as a community.
When completed the reserve will include:
- 2 Ovals with flexible space to accommodate multiple sports
- 6 tennis courts
- Children’s playground
- Half-court basketball
- Cricket nets
- Car park
- Pavilion including change rooms and community space
- Shared path network
The project is well underway:
- The ovals and tennis courts at this exciting new sporting facility are complete.
- Works have now kicked off on the $3.96m construction of the pavillion, bringing the project one step closer to completion.
Pavillion construction commences early 2018, due for completion February 2019
Once the reserve is complete, Council will work with the local community to establish which sporting clubs will use the reserve. To register your interest in being involved in or establishing a local sports club, please contact Council’s Leisure Projects Officer via email email@example.com.
For further information on the development of the reserve please contact Correne Cooper, Leisure Planning & Policy Officer on 8734 5488 ext: 2344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wyndham Parks 2021
The Wyndham Parks 2021 Project aims to make parks more accessible, safer, comfortable and welcoming to everyone.
The $1.3 million project will upgrade 45 local parks in Wyndham. Construction on the project will commence over summer 2017/18.
- Upgraded signage, pathways and fences
- More trees and seating
- Improved entry gardens
- Picnic amenities
- Better, safer and more welcoming parks in Wyndham
- Welcoming outdoor spaces for the community to enjoy
Project is until 2021
For details on Park that are part of this project, visit Wyndham Parks 2021.
Galvin Park Reserve Master Plan Implementation
The old tennis pavilion has been demolished to make way for a new $3m state of the art sports club and community pavilion.
Features will include:
- Accessible pavilion with multipe change rooms and 100m2 of community space
- Additional storage
- Car park upgrades
- Landscape works
- Opportunities for a greater diversity of sports in Wyndham
- Greater comfort and accessibility for tennis participants
The construction of the new pavillion is expected to be completed by September 2018.