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Wyndham City Breaks Ground on Polly Parade Reserve Development

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Wyndham City expressed gratitude to the State Government for their contribution of $750,000 towards this project

On June 13, 2024, construction officially began at Polly Parade Reserve in Tarneit, as announced by Wyndham City. The $18 million project will be completed in two stages.

The first stage will include the development of three natural turf soccer fields, a cricket oval, cricket practice nets, six tennis courts, sports lighting, paths, landscaping, drainage, irrigation, and fencing. This stage is expected to be completed by mid-2025.

The second stage will consist of the construction of a sports pavilion, equipped with a social room, change rooms, storerooms, and a kiosk. This stage will also commence by mid-2025.

Wyndham City’s Mayor, Cr Jennie Barrera, expressed the city’s commitment to providing the community with accessible sport and recreational facilities. “This is another step in providing our residents with the facilities they need and deserve,” she stated.

Cr Peter Maynard, Wyndham City’s Active City portfolio holder, shared his enthusiasm for the reserve, emphasizing the positive impact it will have on the residents of Tarneit. “I’m proud to see this project come to life, knowing the lasting benefits for health, social bonds, and community pride – this is a space for everyone to enjoy,” he said.

The Polly Parade Reserve project is part of the $26.7 million Tarneit North Community Precinct Masterplan, which also includes the Bembit Bag-rook Community Centre. The community center, which opened in October 2022, offers a range of services and programs such as kindergarten and maternal and child health.

Wyndham City expressed gratitude to the State Government for their contribution of $750,000 towards this project. Updates on the progress of this and other capital works projects can be found on Wyndham City’s website at www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/capitalworksdashboard.

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