What does the upgrade involve?
The upgrade involves the partial demolition of the existing indoor stadium, and the construction of a new wing. The new building will include 3 new courts (increasing the number of courts to 6), multi-purpose and activity rooms, a kiosk, offices and amenities
When will work start and finish?
What is the cost of the project?
The final project cost is approximately $7.2 million, with the construction component being $5.6 million.
Will the stadium be able to be used during construction?
Will there be any disruption to local residents?
Where is the funding coming from?
Who will be managing the facility once it is complete?
What community groups will benefit from the upgrade?
Many groups will enjoy the new state of the art facility, including sporting associations, gymnastics, school groups and casual users. The new facilities will benefit both participants and spectators.
What community consultation has taken place?
Broad consultation has taken place since 2012 with user groups, local residents and facility managers. This has been ongoing since the start of the project and will continue throughout construction.