Construction has begun on the second half of the $3.8 million Galvin Park Soccer Pavilion redevelopment, with works on track to be completed by mid-2021.
Work on the first part of the pavilion is well underway and the existing pavilion has been demolished, paving the way for construction of the second part of the pavilion.
Once complete, the facility will include a large community social room, six new change rooms that are welcoming for all genders, a large kitchen and canteen, public toilets, modern referee facilities, and new car parking spaces.
It will also provide a space that is accessible for people with a disability, with three accessible toilet/shower rooms and access throughout the facility.
The project is jointly funded by Wyndham City, which has invested $2.8 million, and the State Government ($1 million).
Wyndham City Director of City Life, Allison Kenwood, said the redeveloped pavilion would service four soccer pitches and transform Galvin Park into a state-of-the-art sporting hub.
“This redevelopment marks the fifth stage of the Galvin Park Master Plan rollout, including a new $2 million tennis pavilion and new $1.7 million oval in the past two years alone,” Ms. Kenwood said.
“Council is committed to building the infrastructure our growing community needs, and the redevelopment of Galvin Park Soccer Pavilion will provide another great asset in Werribee that will help boost participation in sport.”
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This article was originally published on wyndham.vic.gov.au.