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CI-17 Healthy & Active Expo 2017

The Healthy & Active Expo is a combination of free events and activities from 16 September – 8 October 2017, at various times and locations throughout Wyndham.

A range of local providers such as sports clubs, community groups, fitness providers and leisure centres will provide the activities for the Expo. All sessions will be free, all you need to do is register via Council’s website.

Please help encourage all Wyndham residents (and others) to register and participate in the wide variety of free activities. From walking to yoga, a variety of sports, dance and metafit - there’s something for everyone! Activities are aimed at beginner level and are open to all abilities – no  experience or fitness levels required (unless specified otherwise).

For more information and to register go to 

Please note that there will be a $500 Rebel voucher prize for the school/club/community group that gets the most nominations from people when they register. So encourage everyone to register and get them to nominate your group! There will also be a $500 Rebel voucher for one randomly selected person who participates in the Expo.

Pre-season Training Application

Pre-Season training is permitted during the months of August and September.

In order for grounds to be allocated for training or practice matches, facilities must be free from any winter season scheduling and/or programmed maintenance works.

Download 2017 / 2018 Summer Pre-Season Training Form

Seasonal Allocation Application

To apply for your Seasonal Allocation request, please complete the Sports Ground Application & Annual Update Form and return to your Sport & Recreation Development Officer by Thursday 31 August.

Download Sports Ground Application & Annual Update Form

Club Development Notices

CD-43 Wyndham City Grants Program

Wyndham City has a wide range of grants that are available to community groups.  Wyndham City Grants have an Identity, Inclusion & Connection Grant (which is now open), there are also other grants available to not-for-profit community organisations, groups, clubs or residents. This includes grants for Arts and Culture, Community Services and Volunteering, Disability, Environment, Conservation and Heritage, Health & Wellbeing, Multicultural Grants and Sport and Recreation Grants.

For information about each grant (including relevant key dates), please click on this link.

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.

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.

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:

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

FO-30 Curators Workshop

Cricket Victoria, in conjunction with Sports Turf Association – Victoria is running an information session on preparation of turf wickets.  This is a great opportunity for your curators/volunteers to up-skill and deliver turf wickets that your club will be proud of.

The session is on Tuesday 12 September 2017 and more information can be found by clicking here.

FO-29 Facility Upgrade and Opening

Events were held on Wednesday 16 August 2017 to acknowledge the contributions of the state Government towards the redevelopment of Mossfiel Reserve and the construction of Mainview Boulevard Reserve (including the opening of the pavilion).

These will be fantastic additions to the suite of facilities available to the community and Wyndham City is very much looking forward to seeing the completed projects as these facilities will help to continue delivering a diverse range of sports to the community and encourage further growth in community sport across Hoppers Crossing and Truganina.

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

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.

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.

Download - Sports Ground Application & Annual Update Form

Community Information

CI-16 This Girl Can – VicHealth

VicHealth is proudly partnering with Sport England to deliver our This Girl Can – Victoria campaign.

VicHealth will deliver a new Victorian version of the highly successful Sport England campaign, showcasing real local Victorian women giving it a go and getting active regardless of their fitness level, ability or how they look.

This highly successful and insightful campaign works to help women overcome the fear of judgement that stops too many of us from getting physically active. VicHealth research shows that concerns about ability, priorities and appearance stop many Victorian women are from being as physically active as they would like to be. This Girl Can aims to break down this fear of judgement as a barrier and celebrate women being all kinds of active.

About This Girl Can - Victoria campaign:  VicHealth is calling on Victorian women who are all kinds of active to share their story to inspire other women to be active too. By getting involved, women across the state will have the chance to feature in VicHealth’s new local version of the This Girl Can campaign. Women can get involved by uploading a short video at, and joining the online community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

How you can help: You can support the campaign by encouraging women in your workplace, clubs and networks to get involved and share their story. VicHealth wants to ensure we are reaching women far and wide, across all communities, ability levels and a cross-section of activities. By sharing this opportunity with your networks, you can help us achieve this diverse representation in the campaign.

Please visit the This Girl Can - Victoria website to see some of the inspiring stories we’ve gathered so far, and share this opportunity far and wide.

CI-15 Wyndham Healthy BBQ Kit

The Wyndham Healthy BBQ Kit is now available for use by community groups, sporting clubs, schools, workplaces and Wyndham staff. There are some great tips and ideas on how to run a healthier BBQ.

The resource can be found by clicking here and scrolling to the bottom of the page.

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)
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