The redevelopment of the training facilities at the St Kilda AFL Football Club included the addition of football club administration space, club training facilities, gymnasium, multipurpose areas, a basketball court and an indoor swimming pool.
Mars Stadium, formally known as Eureka Stadium, was redeveloped to become a regional Australian Football League (AFL) venue.
The project overhauled the club’s training facilities, adjacent to the existing Arden Street Oval.
The Traralgon Sports Stadium redevelopment delivers a multipurpose facility to host a wide range of events.
The redevelopment of the Eltham Leisure Centre included numerous additional facilities to complement the existing dry fitness and program spaces.
Located at Kangaroo Flat, the new Wellbeing Centre will provide the City of Greater Bendigo with a state-of-the-art facility for the regional community.
Forming the centrepiece of the LaTrobe Valley Sports and Leisure Infrastructure, the Aquatic Centre will feature a range of facilities for competitive swimming, leisure and general use.
The new Aquatic Leisure Centre in Melbourne is being developed to replace the existing facilities as part of the first stage of an overall sports precinct.
The elite new training facility provides a range of training amenities, including a gymnasium, hot and cold recovery spas, lecture theatre, running track and two AFL standard external football grounds.
The redevelopment of the State Netball & Hockey Centre in Victoria builds on what is already a world-class sporting facility.
The project consists of the training facilities for the Western “Bulldogs” AFL Football Club as well as club administration and retail facilities.
Included in this multi-purpose facility are four pools including a learn-to-swim pool and a hydrotherapy pool.
Opened in May 2009, the Launceston Aquatic Centre offers state-of-the-art aquatic and leisure facilities.
The new Centre in Canberra includes a 50 m competition pool, 25 m learn to swim pool, toddlers pool and water play area.
Stage 1 works will include the construction of an additional four (4) courts including a 2,000 seat show court at the current six (6) court Frankston basketball stadium.
The expansion of Bendigo Stadium will provide three new indoor multipurpose courts, including a new centre showcourt.
The new Centre in Ringwood, Victoria, includes a 50 m competition pool, FINA compliant dive pool, learn to swim and hydrotherapy pools.
The iconic Leisure Centre in Greensborough offers state-of-the-art aquatic facilities, owned by the Banyule City Council.
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