Monash Council is exploring opportunities to improve the Waverley Women’s Sport Centre site to maximise women’s participation in sport and enhance the appeal, community use and functionality of the precinct.
We want to hear from you about what you think about how this precinct could be improved.
The area we are focusing on (see map above) is at 2-30 Jells Road, Wheelers Hill (corner of Jells and Waverley Roads) and is owned by Council and is located immediately adjacent to the Jells Park Regional Reserve which is managed by Parks Victoria.
Council has appointed Insight Leisure Planners and Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture (FFLA) to investigate and develop a precinct plan for Waverley Women’s Sports Centre,
The project will entail extensive consultation with a range of stakeholders, together with the development of a sports precinct plan that will support the development and delivery of women’s sport particularly the sports of netball and softball.
The study area includes the Waverley Women's Sports Centre, specifically the Waverley Netball Centre (4 indoor and 8 outdoor courts) and the Waverley Softball Centre (pavilion plus 10 diamonds/fields).
The Sports Centre provides a regional venue for the delivery of netball and softball competitions in Melbourne’s east. The Waverley Women's Sports Centre is the home to the Waverley Night Netball Association, Waverley City Netball Association and Waverley Softball Association.
Following the consultation, an Integrated Site Plan (ISP) will be developed to help inform future development and improvement opportunities for the site.
Current Facilities and Use
The Waverley Women’s Sports Centre is a sport and recreation hub for the area and contains both active and passive recreation spaces including:
- Netball centre – 4 indoor and 8 outdoor netball courts
- Softball centre – pavilion and 10 softball diamonds
- A social recreation area with a play space
- Access road and car parking
The Waverley Women’s Sports Centre is the home of the Waverley Night Netball Association and Waverley City Netball Association (Netball Centre complex) and the Waverley Softball Association (sports pavilion). It provides a regional venue for the delivery of netball and softball competition in Melbourne’s east.
The precinct is more broadly used by:
- Local residents
- Recreational and dog walkers
- Casual users
- Walkers/joggers/recreational cyclists
- Wider community
- Local schools
- Borders adjacent facilities e.g. Jells Park (Parks Victoria managed) café, playground, lake and recreation areas.
Have Your Say
Your views and input are important to us.
Please let us know what ideas you have for the future of this precinct by:
- Completing the online survey (new tab/window)
Please call Recreation Services on 9518 3581 if you would like to receive a hard copy of the survey. The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
- Providing a written submission to Recreation Services via email: email@example.com or mail to Recreation Services, Monash Council, 293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley VIC 3150
We look forward to your input.
Consultation closes on Sunday 28 July 2019.
All survey responses and submissions will be considered in the development of the draft Waverley Women’s Sports Centre Precinct Plan.
The draft plan will be displayed on Council’s website for community feedback before being presented to Council for consideration at a Council Meeting early in 2020.
For regular updates on the precinct planning process, please subscribe to page updates (at the bottom of this page) or contact:
Phone: 9518 3581