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Gerry Green Reserve Pavilion

Project type
Sports infrastructure
Project Value
$2.8 million
Estimated Completion Date
Late 2018
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A transformation of the Cliff Sambell pavilion is underway as part of a $2.8 million upgrade to Gerry Green Reserve in Parkdale.

The upgrades to the 50-year-old pavilion and surrounding site will have long-lasting benefits for the community as well as local sporting groups; the Parkdale Cricket Club and Parkdale Vultures Amateur Football Club.

Although the site has fared well over the last half-century; the replacement of the aging infrastructure will reinvigorate the site and encourage better participation in local sport for women and girls.

New sporting amenities, upgrades to female and male change rooms, a larger social area, and additional cool rooms, will make it easier for the clubs to retain and attract new members.

Construction commenced in October 2017 and is expected to take approximately 12 months. The contract was awarded to Clayton South-based Dura Constructions Pty Ltd.

The project is funded by Council with support from the Victorian Government ($595,000) and the Parkdale Cricket Club and Parkdale Vultures Amateur Football Club also contributing $50,000 each to the upgrades.


Project Site

Cnr Nepean Highway & Imes Street, Parkdale 3195 View Map
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Contact Details

Recreation Planning and Projects Coordinator
1300 653 356