Abernethy Sporting Precinct

We are looking at the future of the Abernethy Sporting Precinct to ensure it meets the needs of our clubs and wider community.

We will be undertaking site surveys and building audits at 400 Abernethy Road in February 2023.

This information will be used to update internal records and inform future planning.

We have engaged a consultant to help us understand the future needs of this very important site. This will be a collaborative process with existing clubs onsite as well as the wider community. This will include consultation with clubs and community this financial year.

We hope to share more information with you in the coming months. Regular updates will be available on Belmont Connect.

Future Planning Phases

  • Timeline item 1 - complete

    Community Recreational Needs

    As a result of projected population growth, current leisure facility provision, aging assets and to improve the health and wellbeing of residents within the City of Belmont, a preliminary investigation was undertaken into the City’s sporting and recreational needs.

    From this investigation we identified an opportunity for redevelopment and possible expansion of a multi-use sporting and recreational hub. 400 Abernethy Road was identified as a suitable location for further exploration.

    The Abernethy Sporting Precinct will be explored together with local club members, residents and community group representatives through shared values and priorities.

  • Timeline item 2 - active

    Feasibility and Options Analysis

    We are in the process of initiating a series of technical studies to identify issues and opportunities to inform the feasibility process.

    Following the preliminary investigative processes, we will proceed to develop concept scenarios to generate thoughts, feedback and discussion on concept ideas, investigative findings and recommendations, and potential interventions.

  • Timeline item 3 - incomplete

    Stakeholder Feedback

    The concept and design scenarios will be made available for the community to provide feedback via Belmont Connect.

  • Timeline item 4 - incomplete

    Feasibility and Options Report

    We will gather all feedback received and develop a Feasibility and Options report.

  • Timeline item 5 - incomplete

    Business Case

    The feasibility report will be used to develop a business case covering key project delivery criteria. The Business Case Summary will be presented to Council for endorsement.