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.

Fortnightly notifications will be emailed across our network highlighting any new content. To be added to this mailing list please contact facilitiesandrecreation@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

Club Hub - Frequently Asked Questions

Calendar of Events & Training

Following feedback from our Clubs via the annual Sports Club Survey, the Sport and Recreation team have been collaborating with Council’s Community Planning and Development Department, to provide a consolidated calendar of events and training opportunities. The sessions will cover Sport and Club Development, Volunteer Education and Grants.

These sessions will be delivered by a range of high quality presenters, and will provide valuable insights, strategies and resources to help strengthen your club into the future.

View Calendar of Events/Training

Latest News

Club Development Notices

CD-54 – Wyndham Sport & Recreation Sporting Clubs Training & Events Calendar 2018

As discussed at the recent Wyndham Sport and Recreation Club Development Forum, the team are excited to offer all Clubs and Organisations within Wyndham the chance to attend some fantastic training and event opportunities in 2018.

With high quality presenters organised to facilitate the sessions, the Sport and Recreation team encourage all Clubs to attend and make the most of these Sporting Club specific training and event opportunities.

Visit the full calendar of events

To book you place in one of these sessions, or to find out more information on a specific topic, visit www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/clubhub.

Alternatively, please feel free to contact a member of the Sport and Recreation team at any time.

CD-54 – Water in Junior Sport

VicHealth have recently released a publication to provide more clarity around the appropriate use of sports drinks at the junior level, and a call to bust a few myths surrounding these products.

This wonderful resource will help guide young people and those working with them to understand the facts about sports drinks and hydration needs in junior sport and physical activity.

This has been developed with VicHealth partners Sports Dietitians Australia, Nutrition Australia and YMCA and can be used by coaches, parents, teachers and kids.

Visit the VicHealth website for further details.

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
  • Venue/location
  • 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.

Facility Operations Notices

Community Information

CI-24 – This Girl Can, Change the Game, An Action Plan for Change

There are two major state campaigns focusing on Gender Equity in sport now, both launched recently, what are they and what is Wyndham doing?

This Girl Can – Vic Health

This program has been brought to Australia from the UK and encourages girls and women of all ages to be active.

It is driven through

https://www.vichealth.vic.gov.au/programs-and-projects/this-girl-can-vic

https://thisgirlcan.com.au/

Change the Game – State Government

‘Change our Game’ is a rally cry to ignite an undeniable desire amongst women and men who want to see their sport and recreation activities prosper into the future.  It is about creating gender equity in sport and active recreation across leadership and participation opportunities.

http://www.changeourgame.vic.gov.au/

What Wyndham is doing?

Wyndham is working with 7 local governments across the West of Melbourne, Women’s Health West, Sport and Recreation Victoria to deliver a unified project called: Women’s Participation in Sport and Active Recreation in Melbourne’s West: An Action Plan for Change

The project will be delivered by research experts Victoria University, Monash University and western suburbs consultants Inside Edge Sport and Leisure Planning.

Further information on the project will be provided to you at key points with consultation to occur soon.

CI-22 – Active April in Wyndham

Premier’s Active April encourages all Victorians to do 30 minutes of physical activity a day during April. It’s free, it’s fun and it’s part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to get more people active and healthy.

Now featuring a mobile app for iOS and Android, you can log daily activity and track your progress on the go throughout the month. Plus, you can create and join teams, compare the progress of team members and win awesome prizes! You can also explore the all-new My Local to discover local offers, events and facilities available across Wyndham.

Just by registering every participant gets*

  • 3 free passes to AquaPulse
  • 15% off at Sportsmart in store and online
  • one hour free tennis court hire at Melbourne Park or Albert Reserve
  • a 2 for 1 ticket offer to SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
  • a 2 for 1 ticket offer to Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
  • a 2 for 1 ticket offer to Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne
  • 15% discount for Rock up Netball programs
  • 20% discount for Netball Victoria school holiday clinics
  • 5 free group dance lessons at a Dancesport Victoria centre
  • 10% off Term 2 MyGolf Junior program
  • a 2 for 1 green fee offer at Golf Victoria courses
  • entry into the draw to win tickets to the 2018 Australian Open Tennis Finals*

Register today at activeapril.vic.gov.au

CI-21 – Women's Participation in Sport and Recreation in Melbourne's West

Wyndham along with seven west metro Councils, Women’s Health West and Sport and Recreation Victoria will soon commence a project titled Women's Participation in Sport and Recreation in Melbourne's West: an action plan for change

Last week the project was successfully awarded to Victoria University who are partnering with Inside Edge P/L and Monash University to deliver the regional action plan.

We will soon be seeking your vital input so stay tuned. 

The project will be delivered this calendar year and ensure the region is putting its best foot forward to engage women and girls in sport and active recreation.

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, visit Parks & Reserve Projects.

The Recreation Team

Tom Delahunty (Team Leader – Sport Development & Community Participation)
Phone: 9742 0763
Email: tom.delahunty@wyndham.vic.gov.au
James Robortella- Sport & Recreation Development Officer (West)
Phone: 9742 0840
Email: james.robortella@wyndham.vic.gov.au
Cameron Andison - Sport & Recreation Development Officer (East)
Phone: 8734 5402
Email: cameron.andison@wyndham.vic.gov.au
Simon Crawford - Inclusion and Participation Officer
Phone: 8734 5488 (ext.2080)
Email: simon.crawford@wyndham.vic.gov.au
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