Delivering better sporting facilities at Dallas Brooks Oval

Published on 21 February 2023

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Dallas Brooks Reserve oval is set to have an improved surface to allow the local sports groups and community to have a safe and high-quality oval.

The project is funded by Mornington Peninsula Shire ($1,651,090), in partnership with the Victorian Government’s Sport and Recreation Victoria's Local Sports Infrastructure Fund ($637,500).

Reconstruction works have begun – it is anticipated construction will be finished in May 2023.

The oval will be closed during the construction phase and then for a further 12 months to allow the turf to establish. The oval is anticipated to be reopened for club and community use in May 2024. We thank you for your patience during this time. 
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(L-R): Parteek Mittal (Shire), Jayne Robinson (Shire), Dimitri Dimakopoulos (Evergreen Turf), Mayor Holland, David Waterhouse (President Belura Junior Sports Club), Cr O'Connor and Chris Lyne (Shire) at Dallas Brooks Reserve oval


Quotes attributable to Mayor and Briars Ward Councillor Steve Holland:

“The new and improved oval will be great for the Beleura Junior Sports Club, Mornington Cricket Club and the local community to enjoy. Investing in our local sporting facilities helps increase sporting participation and improve community open space.”

Quotes attributable to Briars Ward Councillor Anthony Marsh:

“This upgrade ensures user groups and the wider community can access a functional and safe facility, and can focus on enjoying their game.”

Quotes attributable to Briars Ward Councillor Despi O’Connor:

“We’re pleased to be able to provide an accessible and high-quality oval for our local teams and community to use well into the future.”




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