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Infrastructure Projects - Registration of Interest

To develop a better understanding of sport and active recreation infrastructure in South Australia, the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing has developed a database of proposed sport and active recreation infrastructure projects across the state.

The registration of interest has been designed to collect essential information to build a database of projects. With permission, key project details will be viewable on this page and sent to potential stakeholders such as State Sporting Organisations and Local Councils.

The database of projects can be viewed below or downloaded via the button below.

Download database of projects

The goals are to:

  • Improve industry wide project awareness to maximise partnering potential.
  • Improve project quality and readiness.
  • Foster early conversation to improve the quality of potential grant applications or approaches for funding.

Please use the following link to fill out a registration of interest.

Registration of Interest

Organisation legal name where applicableAddressProject TitleBrief Project DescriptionLocal CouncilContact NamePrimary Email
Adelaide Archery Club Incorporated1199 War Memorial Dr North Adelaide SA 5006Adelaide Archery storage & toilet upgradeAAC is the largest archery club in South Australia and has around 200 members who train and compete seven days a week. Unfortunately, the site has an outdated clubroom which is no longer fit for purpose.

Adelaide Archery Club wishes to capitalise upon the opportunity to extend and upgrade the clubrooms to include additional male and female toilets, a disability access toilet, change rooms and a larger, secure storage area for its specialised equipment.
Adelaide City CouncilMr Daniel Caonpresident@adelaidearchery.org.au
Adelaide Community Sports and Recreation Association (ACSARA)Golden Wattle Park
Adelaide SA 5000
Golden Wattle Park 21W RedevelopmentFollowing a comprehensive community engagement process, the City of Adelaide has developed a Concept Plan to deliver a community sporting hub as part of a larger regional sporting precinct in the south west Park Lands.

Situated within Golden Wattle Park/Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W), this community sports hub will support multiple junior and senior sports and sit in the backdrop of a biodiversity conservation area, enabling multiple health, wellbeing and lifestyle opportunities beyond organised sports.

This sporting hub will incorporate three open playing fields, with the two northern fields having capacity to accommodate a myriad of field sports. The fields will have modern sports lighting and be serviced by a contemporary two-level sporting pavilion.

Connected by the Park Lands Trail, this hub complements the regional netball facility located in the adjacent park and will become a sought after venue for regional sporting competitions and events.
Adelaide City CouncilMr Mark Borgasmark.borgas@gmail.com
Aldinga Bay Surf Life Saving Club IncNorman Rd Aldinga Beach SA 5173Aldinga Bay Surf Club Infrastructure Growthour club is partly funded to install solar panels on the operation centre. this is a 26.46Kw system. we have been without a clubrooms for nearly three years as it was lost in a storm, hence fundraising has been difficult to help this project. Lack of fundraising has however, made the need for this installation even more important.
‍We are seeking funds towards this installation of solar panels.
City Of OnkaparingaMs Lorraine Rosenbergabslsc.secretary@gmail.com
Apollo Football Club Inc32 Webb St Mount Gambier SA 5290Pitch Lighting Upgrade at Apollo Football ClubOur current proposal for upgraded lighting will see our lux reading reach 130lux, well above the current standards, and safeguard our ability to meet safety requirements for many years to come.

 Supply and install 4 x rag bolt and cage assemblies.

 Supply and install concrete 4 x footings.

 Trenching and back-fill for sub-mains cabling to lighting poles.

 Supply and install sub-mains cabling to lighting poles.

 Supply and install 4 x 18 metre octagon column type, hot dip galvanized poles.

 Supply and install 10-amp double pole breaker to four lighting poles

 Supply and install 12 x Champion 2kw flood light LED floodlights
City Of Mount GambierMr jerome englandsponsorship@apollofootballclub.org.au
Arno Bay Community Sporting Association IncTel El Kebir Ter Arno Bay SA 5603Arno Bay Community GymBuild a Community Gym to service the community of Arno Bay and district and train local peopleto deliver regular, quality programs targeting multiple user groups within the community eg sporting clubs, retired sports people, over 65s, stay-at-home parents, farmers. A local facility combined with targeted programs will support high membership and an active and healthy population thereby addressing the growing issue of preventable disease.The Dc Of CleveMrs Judith Rehnarnobaysport@outlook.com
Barmera Golf Club IncHawdon St Barmera SA 5345Barmera Golf Club Practice Fairway and 9th Fairway UpgradeThe plans for the Barmera Golf Club Practice Fairway and 9th Fairway Upgrade will see the installation of irrigation infrastructure to irrigate over 13,000 square metres of Practice Fairway. This will enable the Practice Fairway area to become part of the automated irrigation system.

This infrastructure will include 400 metres of pipeline, 30 irrigation sprinklers and fittings, hydraulic controllers and hydraulic line, irrigation control box, the repositioning of 6 sprinklers on the 9th Fairway to optimise irrigation coverage.
The Berri Barmera CouncilMr Brian Finnbgc@riverland.net.au
Beachport Golf Club IncGolf Course Rd Beachport SA 5280Smart technology irrigation system for the 9 hole public golf course in BeachportBeachport Golf Club is a nine hole public course located in the Limestone Coast and managed by volunteers. This project will enable us to provide a year round, fully watered fairway and green golf facility that locals, community, tournament visitorsand tourists can use by implementing a smart technology irrigation system.Wattle Range CouncilMs Lyn Whitejalyn4@bigpond.com
Booleroo Centre Bowling Club Incorporated55 Stephens St Booleroo Centre SA 5482Synthetic Bowling Green Surface Replacement ProjectRemoval of existing synthetic surface, check the existing drainage system by flooding the entire base, check the quality of the existing plinths and walls; re-laser levelling the existingbase, and then install and replace with a new synthetic bowling green surface. Once the installation has been completed it will be prepared to a speed of approx 14 seconds prior to handover, and then the green will have rink lines marked.The Dc Of Mount RemarkableMr Brenton Badenochbrenton.badenoch@bigpond.com
Bordertown Football Club Inc86 Naracoorte Rd Bordertown SA 5268Facilities upgradeUpgrade of grandstand: we aim to seal flooring to preventwater leakage (into clubrooms below), replace old timber seating to improve spectator comfort and install weather shield on the sides of the upper level

 Clubrooms upgrade: to include replacement of ceiling (damaged) & electrical, gyprocking and painting of walls and installation of reverse cycle airconditioning to replace aging heating & cooling systems

Visitor changerooms replacement: demolition and replacement of substandard existing facilities & replacement with new compliant shower and toilet amenities block.
Tatiara DcMr Dale Beckdaleb@murraynankivell.com.au
Burnside Rugby Union Football Club Inc (BRUFC) and Kensington District Cricket Club (KDCC)422 The Parade Kensington Gardens SA 5068Kensington Gardens Reserve Clubrooms Rebuilding ProjectThe demolition and removal of the existing Clubrooms building and the construction of a new facility on the same site, occupying the same footprint as the existing facility. The current clubrooms are inadequate to serve the needs of rapidly growing female and junior participation. The new clubrooms will also assist communitygroups by providing an amenities base and suitable facilities to promote sport in the area.City Of BurnsideMr Greg Englishpresident@burnsiderugbyclub.com
Centenary Oval Redevelopment Committee1 New West Rd Port Lincoln SA 5606Oval LightingThe Centenary Oval Redevelopment Committee would on behalf of behalf of the Port Lincoln Community finalise the redevelopment of the Oval with new Flood Lighting

As a highly recognised regional country sports Facility and the centre of summer and winter sports in Port Lincoln Centenary Oval needs to Upgrade its lighting to 200/300 Lux Level to cater for local sport involvement .At present no current sports grounds have this and the community is unable to conduct 20/20 cricket at night which is its preferred time slot .To attempt to upgrade any existing facility in the town would be almost the same cost . We would prefer to spend the money on Centenary as it is central to the CBD and the prefered sports stadium of the community .
City Of Port LincolnMr Glyn Owenglynowen56@gmail.com
City of West Torrens24 Bice St Marleston SA 5033Redevelopment of Peake Gardens Riverside Tennis Clubroom FacilityA master-planning process was undertaken as the existing facilities are at the end of their functional life. The requirement, moving forward, is to create a central and accessible facility that houses both the needs of the club and enables them to run both social tennis club and a regional tennis centre. Peake Gardens Riverside in one of the largest tennis complexes in SA.City Of West TorrensDean Ottanellidottanelli@wtcc.sa.gov.au
City of West Torrens42 Rutland Ave Lockleys SA 5032Baseball Training Facility at Lockleys OvalSignificant investment has taken place at Lockleys Oval with the construction of a new Sporting Hub for the shared use of five sporting clubs at the northern end of the site. In order to support the baseball club, new training facilities are required to be constructed. The training facilities will include batting tunnelsand pitching area as well as storage of equipment.City Of West TorrensDean Ottanellidottanelli@wtcc.sa.gov.au
City of West TorrensSaratoga Dr Novar Gardens SA 5040New Netball/Tennis ShelterThe sub-standard public tennis courts will be upgraded to netball courts during 2020/2021. In order to support their use, a shelter is proposed to be built for spectators, coaches and storage ofequipment. It is expected a netball club will utilise the courts as well as social tennis players.Both would benefit from the structure.City Of West TorrensDean Ottanellidottanelli@wtcc.sa.gov.au
City of West TorrensSaratoga Dr Novar Gardens SA 5040Cricket Training Facilities for Camden OvalFollowing the recent upgrades undertaken at Camden Oval which included a new Club room, female friendly changerooms and a re-profiled oval, work on the next stage is expected to commence.Cricket training facilities would support the current District Cricket Club in their activities however would also be of benefit to local cricket clubs and community members who have requested facilities for training at this site for a number of years.City Of West TorrensDean Ottanellidottanelli@wtcc.sa.gov.au
Club Holdfast583 Anzac Hwy
Glenelg North SA 5045
Croquet Green ResurfacingRemoval of old Tifdwarf grass, preferred for lawn bowls, and replacement with new Santa Ana grass, preferred for croquet. Levelling of a 'hump' that was created when adding a new section to a lawn bowls green to make it the right size for a croquet court. The current surface is only suitable for practice in the present condition and cannot be improved due to age and grass type.City Of Holdfast BayMr Mark Golbymcgolby@icloud.com
Colonel Light West Tennis Club Inc45 Penang Ave
Colonel Light Gardens SA 5041
Court resurfacing and change-room/toilet upgrade to accommodate young families and provide disabled access.Colonel Light West Tennis Club, proudly in their 95th year of providing a safe recreation environment for the wider community. To continue that service to the community our courts require resurfacing and the change-room/toilets require an upgrade to accommodate for our young families and provide ambient access for all. We welcome the opportunity to provide the upgrades to our facilities for all our members, fellow competitors and all their families that enjoy the environment.City Of MitchamMr John Budgenpresident@clwtc.com.au
Colonel Light West Tennis Club Inc45 Penang Ave
Colonel Light Gardens SA 5041
Court resurfacing and change-room/toilet upgrade to accommodate young families and provide disabled access.Colonel Light West Tennis Club, proudly in their 95th year of providing a safe recreation environment for the wider community. To continue that service to the community our courts require resurfacing and the change-room/toilets require an upgrade to accommodate for our young families and provide ambient access for all. We welcome the opportunity to provide the upgrades to our facilities for all our members, fellow competitors and all their families that enjoy the environment.City Of MitchamMr John Budgenpresident@clwtc.com.au
Copperclub the dunes port hughesSt Andrews Dr Port Hughes SA 5558Permanent toilet block on golf courseWe seek to build a permanent toilet block on the golf course which would replace the 2 portable toilets we currently rent. We hope to offer much cleaner amenities on the course, in particular for our lady members and visitors. The current portable toilets look unprofessional and can become unhygienic.Copper Coast CouncilMr Rohan Bockrohan@copperclub.com.au
Dover Square Tennis Club IncBroadway South Brighton SA 5048New Court LightingThe Dover Square Tennis Club(DSTC), established in 1932, has been offering its members and the community the opportunity to play tennis for almost 90 years.  The club currently has 130 members and is  a family friendly , all-inclusive community minded tennis club with a key priority of providing members with the best and safest playing conditions to support health, fitness and player development.  The club also plays a fundamental role in promoting a healthy and active lifestyle to the community as well as visitors to the area.

DSTC wish to register their interest with the ORSR in securing  funding for court lighting on four tennis courts that currently have no lighting.  The project is to install  8 LED Sports flood lights, compliant with Tennis standards, on six exterior lighting poles to allow lighting on all four playing courts.

Lighting  will mean that the club can provide more opportunities for competition, coaching and social tennis for extended hours  throughout the year, enabling  increased participation and membership.

Additionally, we would like to install the “book a court system”’ to encourage use of our courts which are open 24/7  and promote community involvement, health and fitness.
City Of Holdfast BayMr Paul Hodgsonpnhodgson@adam.com.au
East Torrens Kensington Gardens Tennis Club Inc.South Ter Kensington Gardens SA 5068ETKG Clubroom extension, upgrade and renovationKensington Gardens is currently undergoing a major redevelopment. Part of the redevelopmentincludes the reconstruction of eights Tennis Australia standard courts.

The club rooms were built in the 1960's with an addition in the 1980's.

This renovation and extension will allow for upgraded facilities, storage area and toilets within the club as well as public access to toilet facilities.
City Of BurnsideMr Justin Venningpresident@etkgtennis.org.au
Forestville Hockey ClubKitchener Rd Netherby SA 5062Forestville Hockey Club synthetic pitchDevelop a new synthetic multi-use playing surface, for use by Forestville Hockey Club and Unley High School, and associated change rooms, club rooms and infrastructure. The facilitywill be used by Unley High School during school hours and by Forestville Hockey Club out of school hours.

The new synthetic surface will support school and club hockey programs as well as school netball and touch football programs and physical education lessons.
City Of MitchamMr Simon Marshsimonmarsh@adam.com.au
Gawler Golf Club Inc129 Williamstown Rd Sandy Creek SA 5350Construction of on-course toilets at SandyCreek Golf ClubSandy Creek Golf Club is looking toconstruct two on-course toilets. The Club currently does not have operational on-course toilets. Due to the layout of the course, the clubhouse toilets are quite distant from most of the holes and not practical for players to return to other than at the 9th green. On-course toilets are particularly important for women. The Club hopes the construction of the proposed toilets will greatly enhance the appeal of the course to members andvisitors, particularly women.The Barossa CouncilMs Casandra Francascasf1@bigpond.com
Gaza Sports & Community club232 North East Rd Klemzig SA 5087Change room/Shower and toilet facilitiesThe current 50 year old change rooms, toilet and shower facilities are non compliant for the use for women, men and children when adjudicated on dual gender usage and pre in poor design as for women's, men's and children's usage. So many of our sports men, women and junior sports players, visitors and Gaza players change in the carpark and have tp drive home to shower. This also includes the umpires that can't wait orwalk into the shared showers most of the time.City Of Port Adelaide EnfieldMr Don Rosellagazaeagles@outlook.com
Gladstone Golf Club Incorporated1543 Huddleston Rd Gladstone SA 5473Gladstone Golf Club'd Clubhouse and Course renovationGladstone Golf Club is an 18 hole sand green course with three rated courses - Blue, Red and Orange. The club is building membership and has a very promising junior program, with 8 regularly attending coaching and playing the Orange Course, a shorter rated course established for juniors and veterans in mind.

Two key infrastructure projects are urgently required - rebuilding the club house to comply with mobility access (entrances and toilets) and kitchen to comply with catering kitchen standards.
Northern Areas CouncilMr Ian Harslettgladstonegolfclubsa@outlook.com
Glencoe Tennis Club Incorporated19 Kirip Rd Glencoe SA 5291Up-grade tennis court surfacesThe project will retain the existing limestone block base of three tennis courts, remove all grass alleyways and place Geotextile membrane over entire existing area in preparation for a‍ hot premium bitumen over the entire area. This will be followed by the application of an acrylic tennis court surface and marking of the courts. The new courts will meet Tennis SA standards and address risks identified by the Tennis SA audit, providing a safer and more flexible shared facility.Wattle Range CouncilMr Craig Childscachilds1@bigpond.com
Glenelg Golf ClubJames Melrose Rd Novar Gardens SA 5040Surface upgrade to Glenelg Golf Club driving rangeThe project will be used to upgrade the practice surface (synthetic grass) of the driving range which is utilized by our 1300+ members in conjunction with several non-member programs including 240+ MyGolf Junior Clinics, 50+ Women's Try Golf Session, various Active Seniors Classes, Conference breakout sessions and Charity Days such as Minda, Youth Opportunitiesand Leukemia FoundationCity Of West TorrensMr Sam Hughessam.hughes@glenelggolf.com
Glenelg Surf Lifesaving Club IncColley Ter Glenelg SA 5045Building Extension for an External Open BalconyThe Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club loves to celebrate and support our patrolling members, kids, sporting events and community. To better support these groups through improved access, space and visibility to the Club, but also an option to increase the Club's commercial capacity and income generation, the GSLSC is looking to seek funding for an open balcony extensionattached to the Clubs northern wall. The GSLSC is bursting at the seams and with the continued tourism growth at Glenelg the strain on the Clubs resources may not be sustainable.

This will provide an open area that can be configured for mix use - first aid training, community water safety training as well as commercial options. The increased opportunity will generate vital funding of which 100% is returned to pay for equipment and specialised training from Teen Mental Health First Aid, to CPR, swimming lessons, Community Education - to purchasing rescue boards and training boards for our Nippers.
City Of Holdfast BayGeorgina COlegeorgina_cole@hotmail.com
Goolwa Rowing ClubBarrage Rd Goolwa South SA 5214Goolwa Rowing Club BoathouseGoolwa Rowing Club Boathouse

Goolwa Rowing Club was established in 2001 and is a vibrant club. It has members who row for recreation and others who compete in Masters at state, national and international events. The club caters to diverse members (many over 60 including some in their 80's and 90's) and has taught many people to row (greater than 100).

The sport is highly appropriate for the demographic of Goolwa and provides a suitable activity for the beautiful environment. The club runs events for the wider state, national and international rowers including: long tour rows showcasing SA - River Murray, Glenelg River, short tour rows around the lower lakes and a Wooden Boat Race (in conjunction with the Wooden Boat Festival). With a facility the club could provide a child safe environment and begin to develop junior crews.


This boathouse will add to the family of rowing clubs along the Murray River and enhance the sporting and recreation options for the Fleurieu Peninsula. Our club has worked for 8 years towards this project and it is long overdue.
Alexandrina CouncilMs Fiona Haselgroveglynfiona@internode.on.net
Hahndorf Cricket ClubPine Ave Hahndorf SA 5245Hahndorf CC - Training Nets RedevelopmentReplacement of the current aging non-compliant nets infrastructure. The existing nets will be pulled down and removed with volunteer labour and equipment. A fully retractable, 4 lane black nylon netting system will be erected in its place. Four new Cricket Australia (CA) compliant concrete pitches will be poured and covered in synthetic matting which will haveappropriate CA stages markings applied. Compacted gravel will be laid down the in the pitch surrounding area and bowlers run areas which will then be covered in synthetic grass. The outcome being a large square of synthetic covered all weather practice area.Mount Barker District CouncilMr Hamish Browningbrowning.hamish@gmail.com
Harness Racing SABarnet Rd
Evanston SA 5116
Gawler Harness UpgradeCreation of a state-of-the-art harness racing track at the Gawler/Barossa JC complex and establishing an industry best standards training complex at the Gawler Harness Racing Club facility. The training facilities at Gawler Harness Racing Club will provide accommodations for both harness horses and all horse breeds. This creating a hub where all people seeking to keep horses can do so at reduced costs and without the need to acquire properties specific to this purpose.Town Of GawlerMr ROSS NEALrneal@saharness.org.au
Harness Racing SABarnet Rd
Evanston SA 5116
Gawler Harness UpgradeCreation of a state-of-the-art harness racing track at the Gawler/Barossa JC complex and establishing an industry best standards training complex at the Gawler Harness Racing Club facility. The training facilities at Gawler Harness Racing Club will provide accommodations for both harness horses and all horse breeds. This creating a hub where all people seeking to keep horses can do so at reduced costs and without the need to acquire properties specific to this purpose.Town Of GawlerMr ROSS NEALrneal@saharness.org.au
Henley Sailing Club Inc.1 Seaview Rd
West Beach SA 5024
Henley Sailing Club - Storage FacilitiesStorage Facilities

- Convert part of building for additional storage by allowing external access via roller door

- Fencing the boundary to allow for additional boat storage on club land

- Moving cross over from Seaview Road intersection into carpark

- Earth works are required to comply with council regulations for driveways and retaining walls

-Providing safe access to storage facilities for all members and avoid car parks and roadways
City Of Charles SturtMs Sarah Cooperhenleysc@optusnet.com.au
Henley South Tennis Club IncLexington Rd Henley Beach South SA 5022Facility Upgrade at Henley South Tennis ClubOur project aims are to develop high quality, safe & secure facilities for our members and the local community; to create a family-friendly environment; to increase our capacity to attract new players and offer new programs; and create a desirable destination to play tennis.  

The proposed project scope includes full tennis court resurfacing to 10 courts, new perimeter fencing, upgrade of general lighting including new lighting to Fletcher Road courts, new seating for visitors / spectators, and landscaping internally and around the perimeter.
City Of Charles SturtMr BEN WARDDrobey23@gmail.com
HILLS ARCHERS Incorporated693 Swamp Rd
Lenswood SA 5240
Asbestos removal and new Clubroom shedReplacement of the current asbestos-lined 1960s 2-car garage with a modern, secure & fully enclosed, weatherproof, colourbond shed with energy efficient lighting, insulation and air-conditioning. It will ensure the elimination of the asbestos hazard. It will also help reduce the ingress of vermin. The provision of a basic and safe level of club facilities, storage space and training facilities is the very least our members and our local community should expect and demand.Adelaide Hills CouncilMr Philip Edwardsinfo@hillsarchers.org.au
Holmesdale Memorial Tennis club60 Breaker St St Morris SA 5068Court resurfacingFor 85 years Holmesdale Memorial Tennis Club has offered great facilities and  high level competition for men and women, boys and girls of all ages. We are small but we prideourselves on creating a great social but competitive atmosphere for all of our players. It has been 10 years since our six courts were resurfaced and they are requiring  an upgrade. We have been quoted $46,000 to resurface all six courts. An additional $4,000 would allow us to purchase new nets and posts, making the total upgrade to $50,000. The club was one of only 10 tennis clubs across Australia to secure an ANZ Hot Shots grant  of$10,000 earlier this year. If we were successful in gaining a $25,000 grant the club would put all of the $10,000 ANZ grant plus $15,000 of its own money to make up the total required.The City Of Norwood Payneham And St PetersMrs Amanda Whittenburywhittab1@tpg.com.au
Hope Ward Tennis Club IncTweed St Cumberland Park SA 5041Tennis Court ResurfacingResurfacing 4 tennis courts. The courts haven't been resurfaced for at least 14 years and large cracks have appeared and get worse each year. There is also some ground movement so the surface is uneven. The quote includes removing andlaying bitumen then resurfacing with acrylic.We need to keep the playing surface to a standard expected by players and other clubs.City Of MitchamMr Greg Sheridangreg.sheridan@sheridans.net.au
Jervois Bluds Netball Club IncorporatedWilliam St
Jervois South Australia 5259
Jervois Netball & Tennis Facility upgrade: clubrooms, court & lightingDevelopment of new changerooms/clubrooms/canteen/storage facility; resurfacing of our third court; and lighting upgrade: all to enhance the facilities at the Jervois Netball and Tennis court complex. Currently, we provide services and storage for our members and visitors from a wooden shelter, small corrugated iron shed fitted out as a canteen, and small storage shed for our equipment. We have an old toilet block located behind our buildings (without power) with male/female toilets. We do not have change facilities or showers to service our players and little room to accommodate the storage of bags & competition equipment for game days. Our third court installed in 05/06 requires resurfacing to bring up to playing and safety standards. Current lighting for the courts requires upgrading: replacing existing globes and light covers with LEDs, providing more energy-efficient lights to match standards for tennis as per recommendations from Tennis SA. These facility upgrades have been highlighted in a recent NetballSA facility audit, with specific reference to lack of facilities for personnel utilizing the facility, degraded court surface and attention to lighting requirements.The Rural City Of Murray BridgeMrs Michelle Affordbillabongfarm@bigpond.com
Kangaroo Island Racing Club1 Hog Bay Rd Cygnet River SA 5223New Events VenueTo assist with the building of a Multi-purpose Events Venue construction for use by the Kangaroo Island Racing Club to entertain guests for indoor dining and a venue available throughout the year for residents, visitors and businesses.  The facility will include the installation of toilets to provide access to peoplewith disabilities and a kitchen suitable for multi-function events.Kangaroo Island CouncilMr Mark Turnerturner@internode.on.net
Kersbrook Soldiers Memorial Park57 Glover St Kersbrook SA 5231Oval, tennis and netball courts lighting upgradeThe intention of this project is for a complete lighting upgrade of Kersbrook Soldiers memorial park oval lighting.  The existing lighting towers from the oval as well as the addition of some new lighting towers and lights will then be installed on Kersbrook Soldiers Memorial Park mixed use tennis and netball courts to allow night time training and twilight sporting events.Adelaide Hills CouncilMr Matthew Coadmatt.coad@austec-automation.com.au
Kingscote Bowls Club Inc12-16 Kohinoor Rd Kingscote SA 5223Lighting Upgrade Kingscote Bowling ClubRemoval and replacement of present substandard lights and rusted poles, upgrading lights to competition standard 200LUX from present approx 60 LUX.  Present poles are of an unknown age and are suffering from the marine environment and will need to be replaced before they become unsafe.  Lights are well below present recommended competition levels.   We have applied and received a local government grant for a portion of the upgrade, we can fund the balance by taking money from our green replacement savings and deferring work on our clubhouse.  We want to render and have a mural on the clubhouse which is dreary, ugly and on the main road into the town. Not a good advertisement for the town or the club.Kangaroo Island CouncilMs Linda Wernerlindawerner@bigpond.com
Kingston SE Golf Club107 Golflinks Rd Kingston SE SA 5275Installation of Solar Panels on Kingston SE Golf ClubhouseOur aim is to put Solar Panels on our clubhouse which will assist us to reduce our electricity bill. This will have benefit to the club witha reduced electricity bill as well as a benefit to the environment with us not being reliant on the grid. Any extra electricity would be fed back into the grid.Kingston DcMr Bruce Stillwellabstillwell@gmail.com
Kingswood Tennis Club IncorporatedHarvey Ave Westbourne Park SA 5041Kingswood Tennis Club Clubroom Redevelopment and court resurfacing*Grind and Resurface 4 x Courts.

 *Club room Upgrade. An extension of ~100m2 (including 30m2 new porch) providing

        expanded internal club room space, effectively closing out the current porch area.

 *Upgrade kitchen area: outward facing servery to the reserve / court area.

 *Integrated ambulant toilets. (and retain external public toilets)

 *Enclosed storage area to rear and side.
City Of MitchamMr John Gerickekingswood_tennis@hotmail.com
Kybybolite Memorial Sports Club IncEast Ter Kybybolite SA 5262Football Oval and Netball Court Lighting Upgrade at Kybybolite Recreation ReserveThe Kybybolite Memorial Sports Club plans to upgrade the lighting infrastructure at the Kybybolite Recreation Reserve. The current Oval and Netball/Tennis Court lighting infrastructure is well below acceptable standard so we plan to remove theexisting lights and towers and replace them with new towers and new energy efficient LED lighting to bring the infrastructure up to Australian Club Standard.Naracoorte Lucindale CouncilMr Robert Bullkmsc@kybytigers.com.au
Lobethal Netball Club IncOnkaparinga St Lobethal SA 5241Upgrade LED sports lightingThe club is seeking to remove old lights and supply and install LED lighting to the courts using existing poles and feed cables. The price quoted includesthe supply and installation  of 8 x Phillips BVP515/757 LED flood lights to existing poles, new control switches, contactors and RCD circuit breakers to existing control panel.  The current flood lighting is over 20 years old and needs updating. The current lights are expensive to repair and also expensive to run. The upgrade will remove old lights and replace with LED lighting using the existing poles and feed cables.

Brighter, lighter, more energy efficient LED lights will improve the standard of play as there will be no dark spots on the courts at night The project will also increase longevity to the clubs facilities as they will not be paying such high energy prices for outdated lighting equipment. The Community of Lobethal and surrounding areas need community clubs to improve and reach high standards for social inclusion as good equipment will encourage peopleto come and be involved.
Adelaide Hills CouncilMs Di Farrelllobethalnetball@gmail.com
Loxton Golf Club Inc.Edwards Rd Loxton North SA 5333Upgrade of Clubhouse and FacilitiesA significant upgrade of the clubhouse to develop and enhance member and community benefits of it as a recreationalfacility and community hub. The project encompasses much needed upgrades to kitchen and storage facilities, improvements to the entry and foyer of the clubhouse, the external structure of the facility and full renovation of aging male and female amenities. Also the construction of urgently needed Buggy/Cart storage facility to meet the needs of the aging demographic to retain/attract and then extend elderly and mobility impaired players’ability to continue with the game.The Dc Of Loxton WaikerieMr David Unferdorbenunfy2002@yahoo.com
Mallala Football Club IncorporatedWasleys Rd Mallala SA 5502Construction & Upgrade of Change Rooms & Facilities at the Mallala Football ClubThe propose project includes the construction of 225 square metres of additional floor space & the upgrade of existing areas.

Once completed the project will provide the below listed new amenities and will ensure the Club can provide safe & appropriate facilities for Male & Female footballers, Netballer, Cricketers, and Officials.

1. New unisex visitors change rooms, toilet & shower facilities to AFL standards

2. New Unisex Umpires change rooms, shower and toilets to AFL standards

3. New Unisex toilet/shower facilities for existing home-team change rooms to AFL standards.

4. New male toilet facilities for patrons

5. New female toilet facilities, which include change rooms and showers for Netballers

6. Upgraded Office area with additional secure storage.

7. New kitchen storeroom.

8. New disabled toilet with baby change facilities

9. Children's activity room attached to Club dining/social area.

10. Secure storage in the old visitors change rooms.
Adelaide Plains CouncilMr Keith Earlkeithearl7@gmail.com
Mannum Bowling ClubRandell Rd Mannum SA 5238Mannum Bowling Club Replacement of Synthewtic GreensReplace our worn out synthetic greens with new ones.  The completed project will enable the club to continue its existence with greens that are of the required standard. All users of the facility will be able to enjoyfirst class conditions and enable the club to compete on an equal footing with other clubs in the association.

Concrete pliths around both greens are cracked and broken and also need replacing.
Mid Murray CouncilMr TREVOR DICKERmannumbowlingclub@gmail.com
Marble Range Community and Sports Centre4 Morgan Ln Wangary SA 5607Oval LightingTo provide Match Practice and Club Competition Lighting at Australian Rules Football Lighting Amatuer Level standard to the existing Wangary oval which has a home based football Club under the MRCSC umbrellawith five junior and two senior teams that compete in the Port Lincoln Football League.  To provide a Stand Alone Power option to Support the Centre status as a Bushfire Last Resort RefugeThe Dc Of Lower Eyre PeninsulaMr Glyn Owenmrsccinc@gmail.com
Meningie Sailing Club1 Princes Hwy Meningie SA 5264Solar Panels at Meningie Sailing ClubInstallation of Solar Panels to offset on-going costs of power at the club. This willallow us to channel alternative needed funds into the provision of sailing programs within our community which will be made available to Youth of the area. This includes lower socio-economic participants, indigenous youth, and promotes a healthy lifestyle taking advantage of the huge area of Lake Albert -- which is right on our doortep.Coorong District CouncilMr Stephen Starlingmeningiesc@internode.on.net
Millicent Bowling Club Inc1 North Tce Millicent SA 5280Shelters and associated pavingThe project is to replace currently inadequate shelters, deal with different levels between A Green and B Green,and replace the grass areas below the shelters and between the clubrooms and A green with paving for safety and maintenance reasons.

Cuurently the area at the front of the clubrooms is grassed, difficult to maintain and slippery when wet
Wattle Range CouncilMr John Drewjohnfdrew@bigpond.com
Minlaton District Community and Sports CentreWest Ter Minlaton SA 5575Community hub facility development at Minlaton town ovalWe are proposing to develop a community hub for the Minlaton District. At present we have no home for our local community and sporting groups. We are hoping to build a new clubrooms, courts, change facilities and upgrade existing changerooms for multisex usage. Currently we have support from CMS Crows football/netball, tennis, cricket hockey and show society.Yorke Peninsula CouncilMr Leigh RotheMinlatonDCSC@outlook.com
Modbury Tennis ClubAshley Ave Ridgehaven SA 5097Resurfacing of 4 Tennis CourtsFull resurfacing of 4 courts using similar surface Laykold Float to our other 4 courts.

The existing 4 tennis courts were last asphalted in 1987. The asphalt is well beyond the reasonable life of a "flexible pavement" and has significant cracking.

The project will provide a surface with renewed flexibility and a better level of waterproofing. This should lessen the likelihood of cracking resulting from subgrade movement associated with changes in moisture content.

This will provide a sustainable court surface for many years to come for both Tennis and the Modbury Hawks Netball club.
City Of Tea Tree GullyMr Bruce Tonkinbrucetonkin68@gmail.com
Modbury Vista Soccer ClubRichardson Dr Wynn Vale SA 5127Canteen and Kitchen upgradeRichardson Reserve (Newspot Stadium) is currently in the process of a complete redevelopment with two new state of the art synthetic pitches now finished and the new community building (club room) mid way through construction and due for completion in mid 2021.  The councilhas funded the construction of this building but has requested Modbury Vista Soccer Club take responsibility of the fit out of the function room, kitchen, bar and canteen for use by the club and for hire by community members/groups.City Of Tea Tree GullyMrs Gilchrist Melissasecretary@mvsc.com.au
Morgan Motorcycle ClubBurra Rd Morgan SA 5320Expansion of sheddingExisting shed to be extended by an extra bay to allow for storage of track maintenance vehicles and equipment. The shed floor will be concreted and have a roller door added for accesspurposes along with the required electrical works. At completion, all the club assets will be secured and not exposed to weather events allowing continued long term use for the club.Mid Murray CouncilMr Mark Johnstonerush67@live.com
Morphett Vale Tennis Club Incorporated37 Jordan Dr Morphett Vale SA 5162Facilities UpgradeFacilities Upgrade is a long term plan by the club to modernize the clubs facilities.  The Project is divided into a number of phases.  Phase 1 is complete and was to provide 3 new shelters adjacent courts with a paved access way.  Subsequentphases will depend on grant availability and included canteen upgrade, Instant hot water heating, Sola Panels, lease Boundary extension, club room extension/undercover area for outside functions under shelter as a result of COVID, built in BBQ area, Hotshots practice court, Court resurfacing, court divisional netting, maintenance shed, coaches shed, extension of paved access way for disabled access, Beautifications including garden and greenery, Rain water tanks, digitization and wifi, spectator seating, canteen outside eating area and small spectator grand stand seating for court 1.City Of OnkaparingaMr Steve Brownsteve.brown@zeiss.com
Motorcycling South Australia Inc.3 North Ter Wingfield SA 5013MSA JDP refurbishmentTo provide junior motorcycle riders from all parts of SA an all year venue where they can be coached and trained in many disciplines of motorcycle sport in a safe and family friendly environment, and to give the accredited coaches an ideal venue to be able to provide such a service.

The venue would also be able to be utilised to be able to train existing and new coaches and officials that the sport needs to ensure its continuation well into the future.
City Of Port Adelaide EnfieldMr Andrew Warnestprojects@motorcyclingsa.org.au
Murray Bridge Little Athletics Centre Incorporated5 Lohmann St Murray Bridge SA 5253Murray Bridge Little Athletics site relocation and rebuild of Shed, Canteen and ClubroomsMurray Bridge Little Athletics have been advised that we need to relocate our storage shed, canteen and clubrooms within the Murray Bridge High School site. This is due to the rebuild and expansion of the Murray Bridge High School development which affects ourcurrent site. The High School is happy to continue hosting our club on their grounds, but we need to relocate to another area prior to our September 2021 season start. With an increase on athlete member numbers, we are also hopeful of improving and providing better, additional and safer facilities to service the community and our families.The Rural City Of Murray BridgeMs Trudy Robinsontrudy.robinson@icloud.com
Myponga Netball Club Incorporated3 Oval Dr Myponga SA 5202Court Resurfacing and Fence Replacement at Myponga Netball ClubResurfacing of the Myponga Netball/Tennis courts and replacing of the fencing that surrounds thecourt surface.

This project will ensure our court surface is safe and at a standard that continues to allow local sporting competitions include finals to be held at this venue.

The fencing replacement will allow easier access for emergency vehicles to the playing area.
The Dc Of YankalillaMs Nicole McLarennmclaren@fsma.com.au
Naracoorte Demons Netball Club8 Sports Centre Dr Naracoorte SA 5271Redevelop netball/tennis playing surfaces at Naracoorte & District Sports CentreThe redevelopment of four ageing netball courts and up to six tennis courts at the Naracoorte & District Sports Centre to feature the state-of-the-art Masters Float premium cushioned sporting surface and ensure the continuation of netball and tennis at the centre.

Two of the netball courts in the proposed upgrade have been deemed unsafe for netball for the past three seasons. Training times have had to be staggered with access to only two suitable courts and, prior to COVID-19, Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association (KNTNA) trainings for SA Country Championships and South East Netball Academy have similarly been affected. SAPSASA and local primary school netball competitions that use the netball courts at the Sports Centre are also just coping with the facilities available.
Naracoorte Lucindale CouncilMrs Josie Collinscollieandjosie@bigpond.com
Noarlunga City Pistol Club IncQuarry Rd Old Noarlunga SA 5168Air Pistol RangeAir Pistol Range. This project is to build a new Air Pistol Range to update the range for Members use , community use and competitions state wide. We host several come and try days as well as state wide competitions per year. This project will also be used as a training facility for  athletes from around the state.City Of OnkaparingaMrs Karon Draggettadmin@noarlungacitypistolclub.org
Northern Districts Baseball Club50A Fairfax Rd
Ingle Farm SA 5098
NDBC batting facilityConstruction of a purpose built batting facility and additional storage area. This facility will have 3 lanes multi purpose for 12 month training programs. It will house specialized pitching machines and training areas. This will aid our local summer and winter teams but also be made available to other local teams or sports for off-season training. This design will also house our field maintenance tools and machinery closer to the where they are used.City Of SalisburyMr NATHAN SANDERSndbcpresident@outlook.com
Northern Districts Cricket Club IncorporatedMemorial Avenue Salisbury SA 5108Northern Districts Cricket Club Indoor Training FacilityConstruct a indoor training facility that once built will provide our club with the ability to train both asindividuals and squads all year round irrespective of the weather conditions or time of  the day. Once completed the facility will be used primarily as a cricket indoor practice center by other Premier Grade clubs and cricket associations in the northern areas of Adelaide & the Barossa. The facility will be available for our co residents (Salisbury Football Club) and other community groups and activitiesNot providedMr Michael Pascoezeus222@bigpond.net.au
Not provided58 Club Rd Warramboo SA 5650Changeroom upgrade/duplicationWarramboo Community Club is hoping to duplicate the home change room to provide a better change room for visiting teams, as well as an upgrade to wet areas to accomodate men’s and women’s football. Currently the venue is used for local sport and Eyre Peninsula men’s and women’s football training throughout theseason, so an upgrade will provide an improved facility for future use, as well as open up opportunities to provide a multi purpose sports facility.Wudinna District CouncilMr Jared Sampsonsambo-2@live.com.au
Onkaparinga Valley Football ClubOnkaparinga Valley Rd
Balhannah SA 5242
Changerooms upgradeThe proposed development will involve a significant upgrade of the home, visitors, and umpire's changerooms to a modern standard that is suitable for use by unisex and junior players and umpires. This will involve removing the existing open showers and the urinals, and replacing them with individual shower and toilet cubicles.Adelaide Hills CouncilMr Stewart Fuchspresident@onkas.com.au
Padthaway Netball Club9/10 Memorial Dr Padthaway SA 5271Netball court relocationTo relocate two netball courts across the road. This will allow the netball and football clubs to run in conjunction with each other within the same grounds during their season. This will also see the NetballClub take over the Community Hall, which will then become more accessible to our wider community.Tatiara DcMiss Michelle Maynardpadthawaynettypres@gmail.com
Penola Football Club IncorporatedCameron St Penola SA 5277Upgrade to the existing football changeroom areas at the McCorquindale Park Community Sports ground.Upgrade the existing changerooms to meet the current guide lines of having unisex change facilities for both men and women. The current change rooms were built in the 70'sand have not had any major work done since they were erected. The plumbing and drainage are starting to deteriorate badly. The urinals and toilets are the original ones and are always blocking up. The shower cubicle has 5 showers in them and is open area with no doors. As we have a female football and four male football sides we feel that now is the time to upgrade our facilities to accommodate both sexes and togive everyone privacy when showering and using the toilet.Wattle Range CouncilMrs Tanya Robbiejustintanya@internode.on.net
Penola Golf Club Inc51 Krongart Rd Nangwarry SA 5277Automatic Irrigation SystemInstall automatic irrigation for fairways. Currently the system is completely manual and relies on volunteers to water daily during summer months by manuly putting in and then moving individual heads to a live line. The system will include replacing all mainlines and sprinkler heads so that the course can be maintianed to a hight standard over summer attractingmore members and boositngthe tourism in the area. We are also due to host SA Country vs Victoria Country in November 2021.Wattle Range CouncilMr Paul Harmerpaul.harmer381@schools.sa.edu.au
Port Germein Golf Club Inc13781 Augusta Hwy Port Germein SA 5495Port Germein Golf Club Facilities UpgradeThe project to upgrade our facilities will aid in revitalising our club through the repair and refresh of current facilities for the comfort and enjoyment of members and visitors. The improvements to the clubhouse will provide a more welcoming environment that we would like to encourage new members to enjoy.The Dc Of Mount RemarkableMs Alli Pollardsecretary@portgermeingolf.club
Port MacDonnell Golf Club IncElizabeth St Port MacDonnell SA 5291Club room roof replacementThe Port MacDonnell Golf Club roof is in need of repair for the health and safety of our members and the community. Our club is also used for funerals, other association meetings and special events. It would be great to have a new roof for the community to enjoy the club rooms as much as our members do. As we are a non-for profit organisation, we require support from grants to assist in the repairs to ourclub rooms.The Dc Of GrantMrs Courtney Lewisptmacgolfclub@gmail.com
Port Neill Districts Community Sports Club Incorporated19 Chalmers Rd Port Neill SA 5604Complex extension, installation of new netball playing surface at the Port Neill Sports Club-Converting the surface of the current training/pre-game warm up area of the netball courts from dirt to concrete. This will improve quality and safety, increase inclusion and participation at trainings and on game days.

-Extending the club rooms, creating sufficient space for our club members and members from visiting clubs to socially interact. This will increase PNDCSC's capacity to generate revenue, make a positive economic contribution to our region and positive social impact on the community.
The Dc Of Tumby BayMr Caleb Primecaleb.prime@icloud.com
Port Neill Golf ClubNorth Coast Rd Port Neill SA 5604Club house kitchen upgradeUpgrade to the current club house kitchen to facilitate a larger number of meals during our season and to host a wider community base at our very successful open day! Upgrade willinclude new ovens and benches, extra storage, better ventilation and a new paint job to freshen everything upThe Dc Of Tumby BayMr Trent Batesashtontrent@hotmail.com
Rackets and Strings139A Henley Beach Rd Mile End SA 5031Squash Facility UpgradeRackets and Strings has 5 squash courts that are booked out 5 nights a week and host day time competitions in Adelaide’s Western Suburbs. 

Currently the courts host junior/senior coaching, once weekly 45 player in house competition, masters competition, pennant competition, day time competition, school groups from 5-10 local high school/colleges in the area, University of SA home courts, private/casual per hour bookings.

To maintain high level competition, match play and coaching facilities to continue to operate in Adelaide's Western Suburbs the courts require:

-Resurfacing: currently the courts are being repaired constantly to ensure they are in safe operating condition for the club members and competitions to be played out safely.  Resurfacing these courts would not only maintain current players but attract new players to the sport and or teams in the local competitions.

-Men’s change rooms are extremely worn and outdated and a refurbishment of these would also assist to attract new players to the facility and the sport.
City Of West TorrensMs Emma Hobbaemma@racketsandstrings.com.au
Reynella Smallbore and Air Rifle Club IncorporatedOval Rd Old Reynella SA 5161Providing toilet facilities (incl. wheelchair access) for Reynella Smallbore & AirRifle Club.The project will provide a desperately needed disabled/wheelchair accessible and normal toilet facility for the Reynella Smallbore and Air Rifle Club.  Membership of our club ranges in age from 10 to 84 years of age and currently includes 1 wheelchair member and 20 members over 70, some with severe disabilities who find it difficult to get to the nearest toilet which is approximately 120 metres across the busy carpark of the local sport centre.   It is also not considered safe to allow our juniors to leave ourfacility without an adult as our junior meetings are usually after 6.00p.m..City Of OnkaparingaMrs Sylvia Muehlbergsylvia.morian@bigpond.com
Reynella Sports and Social Club IncOval Rd Old Reynella SA 5161Solar power installation at Reynella Sports and Socail ClubReynella Sports and Social Club Inc is the lease holder to the property known as Reynella Oval, which is the sporting hub of Reynella. We are 'home' to Reynella Football Club, Reynella Cricket Club, Reynella Tennis Club, Reynella Bowling Club, Reynella Small-bore and Air-rifle Club and Hub Netball Club. (Several othergroups also are based at our Club, e.g. Reynella and Districts Senior Citizens, Woodcroft Probus Club, Reynella Business and Tourism Association, Reynella Neighbourhood Watch and Southern Midweek Ladies Tennis.)

This project is to install a 33.12kW Solar System at the Club, which will reduce our energy consumption from the power grid and, thus, reduce our energy costs.
City Of OnkaparingaMr Graeme Greengwsgtdjd@adam.com.au
Riverland Dinghy Club IncMarrara St Renmark SA 5341Utilities upgrade to the new dinghy club storage andmeeting areaThe Riverland Dinghy Club received funding from the FederalMinister Tony Pasin to build a new club room and meeting room facility. Value $100,000.  The building is to be erected on Council land and will provide a  secure storage area for the clubs equipment, boats, trailers, race control van and a valuable meeting room.  Est. in 1981 the club has not had a permanent home to provide these facilities.  Costing to the project include power supply to building, additional fencing and sewage costs.  Thesecosts have impacted seriously on the  club's ability to complete the project within the grant funding of $100,000.  The dinghy club has undertaken to contribute with volunteer hours plus make a financial contribution in excess of $30,000.Renmark Paringa CouncilMs Sue Jenkejenkesue@gmail.com
Roma Mitchell Secondary CollegeBriens Rd Gepps Cross SA 5094Cricket Nets at Roma Mitchell Secondary CollegeConstruction of new cricket nets to help facilitate the newly implemented Specialist Cricket Program at Roma Mitchell Secondary College. New equipment also has the potential to play an important role in increasingparticipation numbers and as a consequence have a positive impact on the health and activity levels of our students at a school and community level.The cricket nets will enable increased community involvement and partnership with local clubs and council adding value by benefitting the wider community.City Of Port Adelaide EnfieldMr Tim Daveytimothy.davey348@schools.sa.edu.au
South Australian Baseball League IncorporatedLot 2 Barratt Reserve West  Beach Road
West Beach SA 5024
Diamond Sports SA Facility Safety UpgradeThe Diamond Sports Facility has an urgent need for facility repairs and maintenance to ensure it is fit for purpose and compliant with building code. The recent damage to the electrical box, has led to the Diamond Sports, Baseball SA and Softball SA Boards questioning the overall structural integrity of the buildings at the facility.

Several areas of the facility are in urgent need of repair, along with a requirement for a paid contractor engaged by Diamond Sports SA to implement risk assessment plans, evacuation policy and procedures and various governance documents.

There is a dire need for improvement of facility management and risk mitigation strategies.

This project will see the facility brought up to an acceptable safety level.

With an MLB Audit to be conducted on the baseball diamond in the coming weeks, we are concerned that the field will not pass the strict audit guidelines which will stop top international players form being allowed to play at the venue. All games during the upcoming ABL Hub will be Broadcast across Australia, NZ and the USA so our facility is on show to millions of viewers.
City of Charles SturtMrs Sarah Kellysarah@baseballsa.org.au
South Australian Sports Federation (Sport SA)2 Retallack Ave
Marleston SA 5033
Marleston Foundation Sport and Community CentreThe Marleston Foundation project presents a unique opportunity  to develop the blue print for an all inclusive facility. The project will bring together partners to develop, design and implement an indoor multi-purpose, multi-age, inclusive, green space that will be available for sport, allied health and community. With little surrounding similar infrastructure the project will also provide a community asset close to bus and rail infrastructure.City Of West TorrensMs Leah Cassidyceo@sportsa.org.au
South Australian Sports Federation (Sport SA)2 Retallack Ave
Marleston SA 5033
Marleston Foundation Sport and Community CentreThe Marleston Foundation project presents a unique opportunity  to develop the blue print for an all inclusive facility. The project will bring together partners to develop, design and implement an indoor multi-purpose, multi-age, inclusive, green space that will be available for sport, allied health and community. With little surrounding similar infrastructure the project will also provide a community asset close to bus and rail infrastructure.City Of West TorrensMs Leah Cassidyceo@sportsa.org.au
South Gambier Football Club Incorporated200 Jubilee Hwy E Mount Gambier SA 5290Lighting upgrade at Blue Lake Sports ParkProject is to replace 4 x 15m light towers using halogen lights with 4 x 20m light towers using LED lights.  The project willimprove oval lighting to minimum national training standard and also reduce power expense significantly by moving to LED lights.  Current average Lux if 50 and this project will increase that to 100.City Of Mount GambierMr Wayne Glynnwayne@southgambierfc.com.au
Southern District Cricket Club1 Christie Ave Christies Beach SA 5165Bice Oval Turf Square RedevelopmentRedevelopment of the Turf Square to meet the multi sporting demand of SACA Premier male and female cricket and Christies Beach Football Club male and female football.  Turf square is 35 years old - (1) uneven surface (2) salt contamination - preventing moisture capture and grass growth.  Square has passed its used by dateand has low carry, not suitable for SACA Premier Cricket standard.  Hussey Report recommended the use of turf pitches with carry and bounce.City Of OnkaparingaMr Grant Lovelockgrant@stingrays.com.au
Southern District Cricket Club1 Christie Ave Christies Beach SA 5165Bice Oval Turf Square RedevelopmentRedevelopment of the Turf Square to meet the multi sporting demand of SACA Premier male

and female cricket and Christies Beach Football Club male and female football. Turf square
‍is 35 years old - (1) uneven surface (2) salt contamination - preventing moisture capture

and grass growth. Square has passed its used by date and has low carry, not suitable for

SACA Premier Cricket standard. Hussey Report recommended the use of turf pitches with

carry and bounce.
City Of OnkaparingaMr Grant Lovelockgrant@stingrays.com.au
SSAA (Whyalla branch) inc.Broadbent Ter Mullaquana SA 5608New Club rooms and air rifle rangeWe have just built a new shooting shed with the help of funding from SSAA South Australia and are now looking to upgrade our club rooms and indoor air rifle range to hopefully hold national titles at our range. We also would want to have a nice new facility to attractnew members and promote shooting as a good sport within our town.Uia WhyallaMr Dion Phillipsphillipsda@bigpond.com
St Peter's Old Collegians' Badminton Club55 Hackney Rd Hackney SA 5069Curtain upgrade at the Burchnall Sport CentreBlinds or curtains will be installed along the window panelling on the northern side of the courts, making this facility even more Badminton friendly. This is is significant as there is a lack of Badminton facilities in South Australia. This upgrade will help us create an iconic Badminton facility in the Eastern suburbs of Adelaide where there is currently no facility at all. It ispredicted that player participation will significantly increase after this upgrade as not having curtains/blinds in this facility was a major barrier to entry for a lot of Badminton players due to the glare from the windows.The City Of Norwood Payneham And St PetersMr Isaiah Lucspocsecretary@gmail.com
Streaky Bay and District Community Complex Inc.Wells St Streaky Bay SA 5680Complex Multi-Courts ResurfacingThe resurfacing of the Streaky Bay and District Community Complex multi purpose courts facility, supporting Basketball, Tennis and Netball sporting participating. The complex hosts 6 courts with multi use of Basketball, Tennis, Netballand other recreational activities.

The facility hosts local and regional sporting competitions with clubs travelling from over 200km to participate in local sporting events.

The facilities location provides passive recreation opportunities to residents who do not participate in local sporting competitions, but simply enjoy to play socially in their own time, its proximity to the local tourist park makes it a valuable asset to visitors, and it lies adjacent to the school where it is utilised for school sport activities.
The Dc Of Streaky BayMiss Toni Fostertonifoster80@bigpond.com
Tailem Bend Bowling Club11 Jacob St
Tailem Bend SA 5260
Strategic SyntheticStrategic planning identified the need for long-term goals and Commonwealth standard facility improvements. Replacing the Synthetic Green with a vision for a combined sporting venue in the Murraylands is our overall aim. Refurbishing an existing green is one of the most important projects any bowling club will undertake. Our current greens are overdue for replacement, shows signs of inconsistency, with uneven draw and noticeable significant depressions.Coorong District CouncilMr Sam Shepherdtailembendbowlingclub@gmail.com
Tailem Bend Netball Club IncKulde Rd Tailem Bend SA 5260Tailem Bend Netball Club additional court and upgradeOur goal:

*  to extend the fence/perimeter in length (including additional fencing) to allow space for an extra court -expanding number of courts from 3 to 4

*  Remove and replace existing middle shelter/shedding to increase distance between Courts 1 & 2 to fit with current Netball Australia guidelines.

*  Cut along the edge of current Court 2 to allow an even hot mix surface to be laid in preparation for Courts 3 & 4

*  Relocation and upgrade of lighting + additional 2 lights/poles to cater for expansion of facility + extra court

*  Resurface entire area and reline all four Courts with netball lines + additional tennis lines to courts 3 & 4 to provide multipurpose usage all year round.

*  Purchase of tennis equipment required.
Coorong District CouncilMrs Denise Edwardsscoob09@bigpond.com
The Barossa CouncilWashington St Angaston SA 5353The Big Project - Angas Recreation ParkAngas Recreation Park is a place of recreation and enjoyment for the whole community that valuesthe green character and respectful shared use of the Park. The development of the site aims to celebrate and preserve the Park's unique role as Angaston's primary green and natural recreational open space. It is a place that will encourage and foster opportunities for community functions and events that support the Barossa Region's aspirations to be a regional hub for major state and national level activities. The MasterPlan for the park includes a new junior oval, upgrade of drainage to the main oval, new change room facilities with direct access to the main oval, extended multi-function club room and spectator view facility, demolish and rebuild of the current show hall, two additional netball/tennis courts and extension of court amenities, an overarching traffic management plan including new parking areas and turning circles,plus an expansion of the existing BMX track and skate park.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilBarossa Valley Hwy Lyndoch SA 5351The Big Project - LyndochRecreation ParkThe Lyndoch Recreation Park is home to multiple user groups. The challenge of the site is to accommodate all groups and their individual requirements on one oval with attached club room and change room facilities. Development of the site will see an upgrade to the existing changing rooms and club room, incorporating a new community function centre and spectator viewing, cricket turf pitch, associated oval works and cricket practice nets, upgraded oval lighting, upgraded tennis and netball club room, club storage, 400m athletics track, potential change of location to play ground area for increased safety and the formalisation of some car parking.

Do we add this in?

Future plans involve purchasing neighbouring land to create a new rugby/AFL oval adjacent to new facilities.
The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilBilyara Rd Tanunda SA 5352The Big Project - Tanunda Recreation ParkThe Park has been a place of recreation for well over 100 years and in a contemporary context is used by a broad range of sport, recreation and community-based organisations. The Park serves as a catalyst for major event attraction with at least eight major events held at the Park each year. The Show Hall (situated within the park) is the largest regional venue for undercover community event hosting, catering for 1000 to 1200 people. As part of the redevelopment the Show Hall underwent a major refurbishment with the installation of a commercial kitchen. The oval saw aninstallation of LED lighting to cater for district level cricket requirements. Future plans include a two-storey multi-use function centre and club rooms with dedicated change room facilities. The new facility will include elevated panoramic spectator viewing areas to the oval and tennis/netball courts. The oval will undergo works to increase the size of the field to meet AFL guidelines and current drainage issues will be addressed. A junioroval is also in the plans to cater for growing demand from youth participation and women's involvement. The site will also see a new main entrance to the park and detailed traffic management plan.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilPenrice Rd Nuriootpa SA 5355The Big Project - Nuriootpa Centennial ParkThe growth of Nuriootpa sporting codes including AFL, soccer, cricket and women’s sport has driven demand for a regional-level, multi-function sports facility with increased function and provision of high quality facilities. Population growth isalso driving community demand for passive recreation spaces, such as those found at Coulthard Reserve, to support a range of recreational and community activities. The relationship and connectivity of these sites is a key consideration in optimising user experiences and delivering broad-based community and recreation outcomes. Future plans for the site consider opportunity to further grow local participation, optimise the resultinghealth and wellbeing outcomes, host district and regional sporting events which drive tourism and economic development opportunities at the Park. This underpins a collaborative aspiration to build the Barossa as a regional sports event and tourism destination.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilWilliamstown Rd Sandy Creek SA 5350The Big Project - Curdnatta ParkThe Master Plan for Curdnatta Park will see a brand new cricket clubroom with spectator viewing stand. The new facility will have direct access to the playing fields and connectivity to the existing community pavilion, which currently seats 140 people for functions, displays an impressive 24m x 3.5m veranda and plans for an upgraded kitchen. Additional car parkingand site signage is identified. The 2 current multi-use courts will receive an upgrade, and new cricket nets are currently being constructed with ORSR funding.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilMagnolia Rd Tanunda SA 5352The Big Project - Barossa Rugby FieldA brand new home for rugby in the Barossa will be constructed alongside the current Barossa Aquatic and Fitness Centre in Tanunda. The plan includes earthworks, landscaping, rugby pitch and irrigation system, lighting, fencing, outdoor furniture and signage.Structures include basic clubhouse, change rooms, storage, toilets, outdoor covered area and spectator seating.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa Council58 Melrose St Mount Pleasant SA 5235The Big Project - Talunga Park & Old Talunga ParkThe plan for Talunga Park is to develop the caravan park facilities to become a key tourist destination for campers, cyclists and visitors to theregion. The sheep pavilion will see major repairs and the equestrian infrastructure will be enhanced to attract more state wide and interstate events to the park. A new primary entrance to the park will be created including landscaping, gates and signage. The plans include a shared-use administration, site signage and planting.

Old Talunga Park - Tennis club rooms and change rooms, linkage between Talunga and Old Talunga Park and upgrade of play equipment.
The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa CouncilDuck Ponds Rd Stockwell SA 5355The Big Project - Stockwell Recreation ParkStockwell Recreation Park plays a significant, highlyvalued and continuing role as a hub for recreation, events and community activity. The precinct is the region’s northern home for cricket and features a regional level artificial turf hockey pitch. the Park provides a place for recreational activities for families, youth and visitors, and space for community gatherings. The project will see the development of a second oval for sport, a fitness trail with outdoor equipment and bike tracks,inclusive change room facilities, new spectator viewing spaces, upgrade to the main entrance and car parking areas.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa Council15 Springton Rd Williamstown SA 5351The Big Project - Williamstown Queen Victoria Jubilee ParkThe Queen Victoria Jubilee Park is the primary recreation facility in Williamstown and is part of the Southern Barossa Sporting Hub initiative. The facilities include an oval,club rooms, adjoining community pavilion and canteen, 33 metre outdoor swimming pool and children's pool with change room, netball club room, three netball/tennis courts and amenities. Also onsite is the Caravan Park which is close to mountain bike trails, conservation parks, Warren Reservoir where visitors can engage in fishing and passive water activities. The project will repurpose the facility for adventure based, tourismand outdoor activities. This includes the installation of a new BMX track, landscaping, fencing and signage, new playground facilities, upgrade tennis courts to multi-purpose, picnic shelter, spectator seating area, club room alterations, utilities services and storm-water. The Caravan Park will see new accommodation opportunities, and trail head installation to connect to existing trails.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Barossa Council43 Tanunda Rd Nuriootpa SA 5355The Big Project - Aquatic StrategyA draft Aquatic Strategy has been developed to drive strategy across council's four indoor/outdoor community pools. Council has committed to exploring a range of options that include future investment at Nuriootpa and Williamstown with an opportunity to provide a balance of traditional, modern and emerging facilities to meet community andtourism needs.The Barossa CouncilMrs Joanne Thomasjthomas@barossa.sa.gov.au
The Lawns Renmarktolarno street Renmark SA 5341ride on lawn mowerAs we have an aging membership it is becoming harder to mow our lawns as we have 3 greens and a large block to maintain. This grant will help immensely to keep our volunteers active and involved with the club.

We also cater for disabled volunteers who are a very needed part of the organization
Not providedMrs Diana Van Damthelawns@reats.org
The Renmark Dirt Kart Club19695 Sturt Hwy Old Calperum SA 5341Access to internet and fencingWe would like to have access to internet facilities so that our programmes can operate efficiently, and we can commencecashless transactions.  We also would like to replace a tyre fence which currently separate the Riverland Junior Motorcycle club and ourselves, which is constantly being knocked down and climbed over by children which could cause injury.Renmark Paringa CouncilMrs Jayne Gelstonjayne.gelston52@gmail.com
Tintinara Golf Club Inc.126 Tintinara Golf Course Rd
Tintinara SA 5266
Automating irrigation at the Tintinara Golf CourseThe Tintinara Golf Club looking for funds to transfer from a manual irrigation system to an automatic system. The current system was installed in the 1960s, needing significant volunteer labour to operate, along with presenting significant irrigation efficiency and OH&S issues to those moving the sprinklers around.
‍The surrounding community is very supportive of the Golf Club, with more than 10% of the district being current club members. This is demonstrated by in-kind contributions of machinery and labour. All we are after is the additional cash contribution to cover the cost-price of the materials.
Coorong District CouncilMr Brett Myerbtmeyer@activ8.net.au
Two Wells Football Netball Sporting Club43 Old Port Wakefield Rd Two Wells SA 5501Oval LightsNew lighting infrastructure around the oval.  Upgrade of electrical mains included. New LED energy efficient lights to be used.  Localcommunity businesses to be used in the project. Dual function for a medical evacuation point.  Variety of sports will use the oval including football, cricket softball.  Oval is also used for community events like outdoor movie nights, Food Festival and community auctions.Adelaide Plains CouncilMrs Mel Bowmantwfnsctreasurer@gmail.com
Tyndale Christian School Incorporated50 Fern Grove Blvd Salisbury East SA 5109Gym and Hall Flooring UpgradeTo upgrade the existing flooring in both the Senior School Gym (basic wooden floor) and Roy Magor Hall (concrete with carpet overlay) to timber sprung floors in each location. Theupgraded courts would be marked with lines for multiple indoor sports including, but not limited to basketball (both U10's (8 foot ring) and U10's and above (10 foot ring), netball, volleyball and badminton.City Of SalisburyMrs Erin Klugeerinkluge@tyndale.sa.edu.au
Unley Cricket Club1 Kyre Avenue Kingswood SA 5062Kingswood Oval Net UpgradeThe project involves demolishing the existing andbuilding a brand new facility.

The scope of works is:

- Demolishing existing site.

- Pour concrete slab that protrudes 4m behind the bowlers run up, providing a safe surface for bowlers to run in on and reducing the damage to the grass.

- Use of AFL approved high impact grass to provide a soft surface for bowlers to run in on in nets 1 and 2. Also, providing a safe surface adjacent to the Unley Football Club boundary.

- 5 lane facility adding an extra lane which will cater for current demands.

- Galvanised fence along each net extending to the bowlers crease providing the required safety protection to players (which meets community cricket standards).

- Soft netting overhang extending the required distance from the batting crease (which meets community cricket standards).

- Lockable gates in nets 1, 2 and 3 only accessible for the cricket club. This will protect these nets for the cricket club increasing their longevity while also making nets 4 and 5 permanently available to the public. This was discussed with the Mitcham Council who agree with this idea.

- The facility will remain in the same location.
Not providedMr Stewart Edwardsstewartedwards91@gmail.com
Unley Park Sports Club8 Northgate St Unley Park SA 5061Replace Western Equipment ShedThe plan is to create fit for purpose storage facilities.  We will replace our existing dilapidated shed with new shed.  The shed will be split into separate parts for storage of training, playing and maintenance equipment forfour subsidiary sports clubs at Unley Park Sports Club (bowls, croquet, petanque, tennis).  Each section will have a separate entry via ramps for easy access.  Motion sensor lighting will be installed for security purposes and also to reduce lighting being left on unnecessarily after use.City Of UnleyMs Anna O'Connoranna.oconnor@outlook.com
Victor Harbor Archery Club IncorporatedBack Valley Rd Back Valley SA 5211Indoor Archery Training andDevelopment Centre for the Victor Harbor Archery ClubWe are hoping to providethe community with an all weather indoor archery training, event, coaching and development facility, catering to archers of all abilities. This facility will be of a shed type construction measuring approximately 30 meters by 8 meters with an off the grid solar power system with rainwater catchment capabilities. We are also hoping to provide a disabled toilet facilityCity Of Victor HarborMrs Donna Johnsondonnainbox@gmail.com
Wakefield Regional CouncilNorth West Ter Owen SA 5460Owen Swimming Pool UpgradeThe works will bring Owen Swimming Pool up tomodern standards and increase the lifespan of the community recreation site, which is a social hub for the district and provides a vital training location for young swimmers. It will also host about 1200 school students for various swimming carnivals in coming months.Wakefield Regional CouncilMr Les Pearsonles@wrc.sa.gov.au
Wallaroo Golf Club IncCornish Ter Wallaroo SA 5556WGC Green's ProjectThis project will see 18 golf holes on the Wallaroo golf course converted from Sand scrapes to grass putting surfaces.  Current Scrapes will be removed to a depth of 250mm and replaced with a suitable sand/soil that will be trucked to the course so that Santa Anna couch can be planted that will see the first 18 hole golf courseon the Yorke Peninsular with greens. This work will be carried out by local contractors by closing 9 holes until completed and playable then the remaining 9 will be converted.  This will allow members to continue to play during this conversion.

Other works to be carried out will be an upgrade of the irrigation system around the greens and surrounding area. The club will also need to purchase suitable mowers and other necessary machinery to maintain the green putting surface.

It will be a significant project that will have major benefits to the club and the region. It will grow the tourism product of Copper Coast as well as social and health benefits for the community.
Copper Coast CouncilMrs Stephanie Kriegwallaroogolfclub@gmail.com
West Lakes Sports Club IncorporatedBartley Ter West Lakes Shore SA 5020Unisex Change Room DevelopmentThis project is to build a new and separate changeroom facility at the northern end of the West Lakes Sports Club.  It is required to cope with the rapid growth in female particpation atboth the SMOSH West Lakes FC and the Henley & Grange Baseball Club. Notwithstanding the recent changerooms upgrade, there are still only two physical chageroomes which causes issues with back to back male / female game and training schedules.City Of Charles SturtMr David Trevaskisdtrevaskis@colonialfirststate.com.au
Westward Ho Golf Club IncMilitary Road West Beach SA 5024Westward Ho Golf Club Buggy, Cart and Equipment Storage ShedTo provide a Golf Buggy Storage Shed to store Buggies, Carts and Equipment at the Club.

Golf is an equipment intensive sport and Westward Ho Golf Club does not have a Storage Shed for members and user groups which is real impost on members and users.

Westward Ho Golf Club has lost members and players due to lack of onsite storage and will continue to do so. Members and players are giving the sport away with has a negative impact on the individual, the club and the community.
Not providedMr Steven Freelinggm@westwardho.org.au
Willunga Recreation Park Incorporated5 Main Rd Willunga SA 5172Willunga Recreation Park Facilities Redevelopment ProjectWillunga Recreation Park has a plan for the redevelopment of its stadium and associated areas. These facilities were built in 1979 as a result of major fund raising by the community. The redevelopment involves the upgrading of the Festival Hall, kitchen, viewing areas, expansion of the

Sports Clubrooms and the addition of a new multi-purpose room.

The project has been costed and all approvals have been obtained and it is “Shovel Ready”, subject to appropriate funding being sourced.

 It has been estimated that the project would provide employment and services to 20-30 suppliers, 30 – 35 trades and in excess of 100 tradespersons.

The redevelopment facilities will be of great benefit to the community of Willunga and the

Fleurieu and will provide modern premises for many sporting, tourism and entertainment events.
City Of OnkaparingaMr Graham Ormsbyinfo@willungarecpark.com.au
Wisanger Sports Club Inc13 North Cape Rd Bay of Shoals SA 5223Courts and Lighting Upgrade at Wisanger Sports ClubOur project is to replace our three existing bitumen (netball, tennis and basketball) courts with three new Multi-Purpose Sports Courts. The new courts will consist of bitumen with a sporting surface on top. The project also includes a Court Lighting Upgrade, consisting of four new LED Floodlights and Poles. This project will cement the future of sport for our club and Kangaroo Island.Kangaroo Island CouncilMrs Rebekah Bottbekbott@gmail.com
Woodville District Cricket ClubOval Ave Woodville South SA 5011Practice Nets UpgradeIn 2019, WDCC Committee agreed to focus on seeking grant funds to upgrade the existing turf practicenets which are approximately 20 years old and are showing signs of wear and tear. The  nets are used by junior/senior players at a minimum three nights a week which increases during representative tournaments.

The nets don't meet Community Cricket Facility Guidelines, there are gaps between the roof and sides due to a lack of structural integrity, causing continual drifting of cricket balls between the nets during practice sessions causing a potential safety hazard to players and coaches and creating a distraction during practice time.

There have been occasions in the 2019/20 season where cricket balls have passed through gaps in the nets and onto neighbouring roofs and rolling onto assets on the property posing a possible risk of causing damage. Coaches have been providing a positive liaison role on behalf of the club by listening to and reassuring the neighbours and taking action to minimise the risk by closing the gaps as much as practicable.

For the 2020/21 season the nets have been erected with the assistance of Peter Miranda Sports and the tension has been tightened ensuring there are no gaps.
City Of Charles SturtMs Susan Hubertthreebears2008@hotmail.com
Woodville North Sports Club IncorporatedHamilton Rd Athol Park SA 5012Female facilities and changeroom upgrade projectTo build new female change rooms and facilities and upgrade the current mens

changerooms and outdated facilities. The funding will enable us to build a new facility suitable for women’s teams including two individual change rooms with bathrooms, private amenities that suit female officials and participants and access and amenities for people with disabilities. The project also includes an upgrade of existing men’s change rooms to include toilet and shower facilities that comply with current standards.
City Of Charles SturtMrs Billie Jo Nichollsbilliesevents@hotmail.com
Wynn Vale Community Garden Incorporated32 Park Lake Dr
Wynn Vale SA 5127
Fruit Tree EnclosuresThe construction of wire enclosures and vermin barriers  around fruit trees will allow better community access to the fruit trees and produce grown by the Community Garden by people with mobility issues. It will also mean that the nets will no longer have to applied on an annual basis - a potentially dangerous activity given age of the members.City Of Tea Tree GullyMr David Odgersodgersd52@gmail.com
 20 Leonard St
Elizabeth Park SA 5113
Facilities Upgraade at Elizabeth Gymnastics ClubWe would like to upgrade our equipment and building facilities for the entire site to provide a better gym for our members and athletes. We would like to extend our building outwards to create more space in our training area, connect the two buildings we have on site. Install Solar panels, Install air conditioning. Relocate athlete toilets and change rooms and/oradd more to accommodate for our athletes. we need to replace all the interior wall insulation as our building is very old and it has deteriorated.City Of PlayfordMiss Deahna Delamoreeromaledd096@gmail.com