Bungendore Sports Hub

  • Project value$7.05m
Aerial shot of earthworks over the Bungendore Sports Hub site

Work completed:

  • Bulk earthworks completed January 2021
  • Four hard surface netball courts have been constructed, including lighting
  • Two turf fields have been installed, including lighting.
  • Main facility building, including public toilets, change rooms, kiosk, multi-use room, is complete
  • Sewer pump station installed
  • Power to site designed and approved
  • Improved drainage for the sports fields

What is next:

  • Essential Energy to connect power supply
  • Water and sewer lines have been installed to service the site and the the final irrigation system will become available when power is connected
  • Electrical contractors are ready to install underground power lines
  • Installing four team dug outs, seating units for spectators, and field goals on the playing fields
  • Construction of a new netball pavilion, finalising car parking and road network, pathways and tree planting
  • Detailed civil, structural and engineering design of the new aquatic centre will be prepared by Mode Design

Future works:

  • A working group has been formed for the aquatic centre which includes Bungendore residents, the Bungendore Rotary Club and Council staff
  • Grant applications have been submitted for the pool
  • $17M to the Federal Government’s Regional Precincts and Partnerships Program
  • $300K to ClubGrants
  • EOI for $5M grant funding to the Federal Government Complete Growing Regions fund
  • Facility building to service the future 4 turf playing surfaces (pending funding)
  • 4 remaining turf playing surfaces (not funded)
Bungendore Sports Hub concept design

Concept design of the Bungendore Sporting Hub

Funding sources:

This project is being funded by the Australian Government, NSW Government, development contributions and Council contributions.

  • NSW Government Stronger Communities Fund - $1.5m
  • NSW Government Stronger Country Communities Fund - $950,000
  • Australian Government Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (Phase 3) - $565,418
  • NSW Government Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund - $1.1m
  • Bungendore Section 7.11 Development Contributions - $1,178,907
  • Council Sewer Fund contribution - $659,712
  • Australian Government Investing in our Communities Program - $2m

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15 Halfway Creek Road, Bungendore 2621  View Map

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