Meeting rooms for community use

Published on 07 September 2023

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Council is very excited to be delivering a fantastic community asset at Darley Park, and we’re inviting community groups to express initial interest in using the meeting rooms at the venue.

The new pavilion at Darley Park Community and Sports Centre will have meeting rooms that the community can use – as a one-off or as an ongoing basis.

Moorabool Shire Mayor Cr Rod Ward said this may appeal to service clubs, such as Rotary or Lions, prayer groups, mothers’ groups or any groups that require a large, modern space to meet.

“We’re very excited to see the Darley Park Community and Sports Centre completed,” Cr Ward said.

“This is great news not only for the sporting clubs that will use the facility, but for the community, who are welcome to host meetings and functions in the space.”

Occupancy approval of the new facility has been received and the community can start using the meeting spaces shorty.

“We’d like to thank the service agencies and partners that have helped Council bring this project to fruition, especially Greater Western Water,” Cr Ward said.


Anyone associated with a club or community group who would like to express their interest in using Darley Park Community and Sports Centre can contact Council on and title the email ‘Initial EOI – Darley Park Pavilion’. These initial expressions of interest will be given to the tenant clubs who will work closely with interested community groups in the months to come. 


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