ClubHub is the central source of information and communications for Wyndham’s Sport & Recreation Club network. Bookmark this page to access all the latest information concerning facility allocations and operations, grants and funding, club development and participation programs.
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CD-42 Volunteer & Community Group Training
The Volunteer & Community Group Training supports local volunteers, residents and community organisations across the municipality to develop volunteering. These sessions provide excellent opportunities for volunteers at your clubs to learn the skills they need to run your club.
Consider these sessions and send volunteers to sessions of your interest. Please click here for more information.
FO-26 Electronic License Agreements
In response to feedback provided in the 2016 sports clubs survey and an attempt at making the seasonal application process easier and more time efficient, the Sport & Recreation Team have begun working with electronic License Agreements. These have historically been sent out as hard copy in the post. These can now be signed and returned via email in a matter of minutes.
This will improve the process, save time and make the License Agreements easier to track. If your club has not yet received the License Agreement, it will be sent through in the coming days.
CI-14 Wyndham Learning Festival 2017
This festival is a community event and aims to encourage learning of all ages in all areas. We invite business, schools, other learning institutions, community groups, clubs, interest groups, council departments and individuals to participate. This festival is supported by Wyndham City Council, led by Wyndham Community & Education Centre and is financially supported by sponsorship from businesses in the local community.
The festival is not a single space or event but rather a series of community led activities from various spaces and places throughout the City of Wyndham. i.e. libraries, neighbourhood houses and learning centres, schools, parks, men’s sheds, shops, resource centres, gardens and more. Planned learning activities can be big or small, formal or informal and can be for various audiences on various topics.
After the 2016 Festival many organisations who ran events found that they increased the number of people who returned to their programs, signed up as volunteers, or registered as new members.
CI09 Werribee Masters Football Club – Players Wanted
If you - or someone you know is looking to play masters football this season then Werribee Masters Football Club can help.
The club is looking for additional players in the Over 35’s and Over 45’s.
Please contact the club via the details on 1300 GO WERRIBEE
FO-25 Programmed Maintenance opportunities for Sports Pavilions
Council’s Facility Management Unit (formerly known as Building Maintenance) is requesting clubs to submit items for consideration in the Programmed Maintenance Cycle for the 2017/18 financial year. Clubs are invited to perform an annual inspection of building components to identify those which require some type of enhancement or replacement.
These may consist of, but not limited to, painting, spouting replacement, replace floor coverings, general building components or mechanical plant which have deteriorated over a period of time. Modifications or additions to the building are not considered in this process.
Please submit your items for consideration to your Sport & Recreation Development Officer by C.O.B on Friday 26 May 2017.
FO-27: Sports Club Survey - Summer 16/17
Following the great feedback we had from our club satisfaction survey after winter last year, we have decided to run another survey following the summer season. The feedback will help guide our work for the next 12 months. Feedback closes Friday 2 June 2017.
FO-28: 2017/18 Capital Works Program Draft Release
Council has recently released its draft budget which includes the proposed capital works items for the 2017/18 financial year. To save clubs reading through the whole budget we have pulled out the list below that is relevant to sports clubs.
Please just note that projects won’t be rolling out on 1 July but should be happening at some stage during the course of the financial year.
If you have any questions about these items or other requests that did not get funded in the budget please contact Simon Crawford – Acting Team Leader 8734 5488, or your Sport & Rec Officer.
- Mainview Blvd Reserve - Pavilion & Car Park
- Chirnside Park Hub Precinct Development
- Mossfiel Reserve Master plan Implementation
- Williams Landing Blvd Reserve – Pavilion & Sports Grounds
- Presidents Park - Minor Landscape Works
- Galvin Park Master Plan Implementation – Tennis Pavilion
- Grange Soccer Pitch No. 1 - Pitch Replacement
- Presidents Park Baseball Diamond 1
- Presidents Park Pump Track
- Sports Facility Capital Development Guide Retrofitting Project:
- Dunnings Road Reserve Football/Cricket Pavilion design
- Little River Reserve Football/Cricket Pavilion design
- Cambridge Reserve Tennis Pavilion design
- Featherbrook Reserve Football/Cricket Pavilion design
- Dunnings Road Reserve Sports Lighting
- Arndell Park BBQ area
- Haines Drive Reserve BBQ area
- Tom Roberts Reserve BBQ area
- Galvin Park Tennis Court Fencing Renewal
- Turf Wicket Replacement
- Sports Facility Strategy:
- Chirnside Park football pavilion
- Little River sports pavilion
- Dunnings Road Reserve cricket nets
- Alamanda Reserve behind goal netting (Prudence Pde end)
- Glen Orden Reserve bin enclosure
- Featherbrook Reserve bin enclosure
- Manor Lakes Reserve bin enclosure
- Wooten Road Reserve spectator seating
- Saltwater Reserve (AFL/Cricket) spectator seating
- Saltwater Reserve Soccer outdoor storage
- Tom Roberts Reserve outdoor storage
- Glen Orden BMX track drain fencing
- Werribee Model Aircraft Club car park upgrade
- VU athletics track concreting
- President Park Hockey concreting
- Wootten Road Reserve Tennis opening up tennis
- Cambridge Reserve Tennis opening up tennis
- Active LED Sports Floodlight Project Implementation:
- Presidents Park Minkey Pitch
- Hogans Road Reserve Oval 1
- Saltwater Reserve Oval 1
- Galvin Park Soccer Pitch 4
- Wyndham Vale South Oval 2
CI - 15 Werribee Hockey Good Sports Responsible Service of Alcohol
Club Development Notices
CD-35 - What’s on the Calendar
Do you have an upcoming event or activity that you would like to promote? Complete the Online Event Submission Form!
Details to provide are:
- Event name
- Summary of event
- Full description (provide as much detail as possible so people to the site know exactly what your activity/event is)
- Image to promote you event/activity
- Date and times for the event
- Event type/age group intended
- Booking and contact details
- Any costs to attend the event
Events and activities may also appear on our Experience Wyndham Facebook page which has now over to 9000 likes.
CD-25 Good Sports Program
The Good Sports program is the largest health initiative in Australian sport with over 6,500 clubs Australia wide partaking in the three-step accreditation process. The program and accreditation process is a simple but effective way in improving how alcohol is managed at sporting clubs in the local community. Good Sports are also encouraging clubs to implement an illegal drugs policy, if you would like a copy of the club guide to developing an illegal drug policy, please contact your Sport & Recreation Officer.
For more information about the program please visit the Good Sports website: http://goodsports.com.au
If clubs are interested in hosting a Club Liquor Licensing Seminar (CLLS) for $330.00 or a Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA) course for $770.00, please contact Good Sports Bill Karametos Victoria Regional Manager – Good Sports on 03 9611 6103. The CLLS assists sporting organisations and their members to understand their legal responsibilities regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol at their club. The RSA course ensures that servers and sellers of alcohol prevent intoxication, drunk driving and underage drinking (course limited to 30 people).
Facility Operations Notices
FO24 Utility Accounts in Pavilions for Winter 2017 Season
As part of the seasonal change over, each primary tenant for the Winter season needs to ensure that it is the named account holder for all utilities on the pavilion (from 1 April 2017 – unless the summer tenant is paying the bills).
This is so that the gas, water and electricity suppliers can send the invoices to the correct club and to ensure that the service is not restricted to the pavilion (as was the case in 3 pavilions across Summer 2016-17 where players could not have a hot shower after training/matches).
Sports Ground Application & Annual Update Form
All clubs wishing to use Council's facilities during the winter season must complete the following update and application form and receive approval from Council before accessing these facilities.
Complete the application form and return to your Sport & Recreation Officer.
CI-01 Reserve Development Projects
Check out the reserve development projects that is currently taking shape in Wyndham
The Recreation Department are currently working on a number of reserve development projects including:
- Mainview Boulevard Reserve
- Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve
- Mossfiel Reserve redevelopment
- Lawrie Emmins Motocross Track
To find out more about the status of these developments, please click here
The Recreation Team
|Cam Atkins (Team Leader – Leisure Development)|
Phone: 9742 0947
|Lewis Tuck - Sport & Recreation Officer (West)|
Phone: 9742 0840
|Cameron Andison - Sport & Recreation Officer (East)|
Phone: 8734 5402
|Simon Crawford - Leisure Projects Officer|
Phone: 8734 5488 (ext.2080)