State-of-the-art facilities to support the diverse sport and recreation activities of local clubs and Moorabool Shire community.
Photos above taken at the opening of the BMX track on May 19, 2020.
Moorabool Regional Community Sports Hub is one of the largest sporting infrastructure projects our region has seen in decades. Moorabool Shire Council has partnered with the Victorian Government to deliver the first stage of the project.
Benefits of this 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.
Where is the project located?
Moorabool Regional Community Sports Hub Project is located at the Bacchus Marsh Racecourse and Recreation Reserve, in Maddingley.
Maddingley is a suburb of the Bacchus Marsh township, located approximately 45km from Melbourne’s CBD.
When did Council endorse the Master Plan?
The Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Recreation Reserve (BMRRR) Site and Active Sports Precinct Master Plan was adopted by Council on Wednesday 02 September 2015.
Who will benefit from the project?
A number of local sport and recreation groups already use the existing facilities at Bacchus Marsh Racecourse and Recreation Reserve (BMRRR), while others will transition to the new facilities once they are ready to use. 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
If you have any queries about this project, get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org