Worrell Recreation Reserve Master Plan adopted

Published: 22 July 2020

Cardinia Shire Council has adopted the Worrell Recreation Reserve Master Plan.

The master plan establishes a long-term vision for the reserve and will guide future of the site. It was developed after extensive consultation with user groups and the broader community. 

Cardinia Shire Mayor Cr Jeff Springfield said the Worrell Recreation Reserve Master Plan provides a clear framework for the Council to develop and implement sustainable sport and recreation improvements at the reserve. 

“Worrell Reserve has already undergone a major transformation with a modern new football and cricket pavilion and upgrades to sports field lighting, new coaches boxes and a high ball net 

“The Worrell Recreation Reserve Master Plan builds on recent improvements to the reserve and outlines a number of projects that will ensure it meets the needs of our community long into the future. 

“We would like to thank everyone who participated in the consultation process.” 

As a major recreation hub for the area, Worrell Recreation Reserve is home to Australian Rules football, cricket and tennis. The master plan supports improving car parking, improving the tennis facilities and transforming the four former netball courts into multiuse space with a range of elements for community access including basketball, skateboarding and  seating areas. 

For more information, contact Council’s Leisure Facilities and Active Reserves team on 1300 787 624 or view the To view the Worrell Recreation Reserve Master Plan online.

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