The Moorabool Regional Community Sports Hub Project will deliver state-of-the-art facilities to support the diverse sport and recreation activities of local clubs and the community. It is one of the largest sporting infrastructure projects the area has seen in decades.
Moorabool Shire Council has partnered with the Victorian Government to deliver the first stage of the project.
- caters for increased demand from a growing population
- helps parents and kids access activities closer to home
- provides quality conditions for competition training
- encourages and supports high participation rates in sport and recreation
- supports community health and wellbeing; and
- boosts visitation to Bacchus Marsh and surrounds.
The new Community Sports Hub will be home to:
- Bacchus Marsh BMX Club
- Bacchus Marsh Pony Club
- Bacchus Marsh and Melton Poultry Club
- Footscray District Poultry Club
- Bacchus Marsh Cricket Club
- Bacchus Marsh Scorpions Soccer Club
- Bacchus Marsh Campdrafting Club
- Bacchus Marsh Harness Racing Club
How will the project be delivered?
The project will be delivered in four stages. Stage one construction activities are currently underway.
Council will start planning for the second stage in 2020, subject to future funding.
How long will the project take to deliver?
It is anticipated that Stage 1 of the project will be completed by the end of July 2020.