A BIGGER, BETTER ROSS RESERVE FOR THE SOUTH-EAST
Families in Noble Park will be able to rely on great local sporting facilities, with the Andrews Labor Government to deliver $3.05 million towards an upgrade of Ross Reserve.
With record levels of female participation across clubs like the Noble Park Football Club Juniors, Ross Reserve is well and truly ready for a refresh.
The funding will see a new basketball court and jogging track, lengthening of the junior football oval, a new all abilities playground and upgrades to parking and other amenities.
In even more good news for local clubs and the local community, a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will tip in a further $750,000 towards the project.
Under a re-elected Labor Government, this investment will allow for the construction of a brand-new pavilion to replace the ageing facilities around the reserve.
The upgraded Ross Reserve will be utilised by local sporting clubs, with Noble Park Football Club Juniors, Sandown Park Lions Football Club and local families all set to benefit.
With this investment from a re-elected Labor Government, local clubs – and this local community – will have the great sporting facilities they deserve.
The commitment builds on the Labor Government’s commitment to local sport, including $300,000 for the Columbia Park Pavilion.
While the Liberals cut funding for hospitals and schools, and closed TAFE campuses – only Labor will invest in the projects our community really needs.
The Labor Government has made the biggest investment in grassroots sporting opportunities in Victoria’s history, with $420 million dedicated to community sports.
Quotes attributable to Premier and Member for Mulgrave Daniel Andrews
“Ross Reserve is loved by so many locals – but it’s ready for a refresh.”
“Whether you’re a seasoned sports star or just attending Little Athletics on a Friday night, this upgrade will make a real difference to local families.”
Quotes attributable to Member for Keysborough Martin Pakula
“With this investment, we will help make our local sporting clubs – and our local community – stronger than ever.”
“Only a re-elected Labor Government will continue to make sure local families have the sporting facilities they need.”