Upgrade for Oberon Indoor Sport and Tennis Centre

Feb 1, 2012 by

In 2011, the Veolia Mulwaree Trust provided funding of $50,000 toward the upgrade and expansion of the Oberon Indoor Sport and Tennis Centre. The total project cost more than $200,000 and was co-funded by the Regional and Local Community Infrastructure Program, Community Building Partnership Fund, as well as the Oberon Tennis Club and Oberon Council.

The new Oberon Indoor Sports Centre recently opened to sporting groups and schools an

d provides a wonderfully versatile and attractive sporting facility.

The project's primary objective was the upgrade and enclosure of the existing tennis complex to create an indoor multi-purpose sport and recreation facility for the benefit of the members of the Oberon Community. The new centre has been welcomed by local sporting groups and organisations and will be used for tennis, hockey, soccer, indoor cricket and school sports. The Trust funding provided for the concrete court extension, realignment and re-development of the fourth court and completion of landscaping at the facility.

Pictured at the Oberon Indoor Sports Centre are Oberon Councillors Kerry Gibbons and Don Fitzpatrick with Kay Lyme of the Oberon Tennis Association.