Wyndham City is getting close to concluding its sports pavilion upgrades program. Recently, four more projects have been completed.
A $1.16 million overhaul of Goddard Street Reserve Sports Pavilion in Tarneit is now done, providing the Wyndham Suns Football and Netball Club and Tarneit Centrals Cricket Club with a bigger social room, kitchen, kiosk, and extra storage.
Saltwater Reserve Tennis Pavilion in Point Cook has likewise been upgraded at a cost of $830,000, with a refurnished pavilion, a larger social room and kitchen, more storage, and new landscaping and paving.
Tom Roberts Reserve in Point Cook and Arndell Park Reserve in Truganina have also been upgraded, costing $850,000 and $800,000 respectively.
The finishing touches are being added to the Little River Reserve sporting pavilion, which cost $1.628 million, and plans are in the works for the Galvin Park Football and Cricket Pavilion extension in Werribee, the final project.
Councillor Peter Maynard from Wyndham City’s Active City portfolio declared they had now finished 12 out of the 14 planned upgrades.
He mentioned that these upgrades are essential for the growing community, providing suitable facilities for training and competition and helping sports clubs manage the greater demand.
$4.8 million has been invested by Wyndham City in this program for 2022/23. Further details can be accessed at: https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/project/sporting–pavilion–upgrades–202223