Council is transforming its 32-hectare former waste facility site at Claremont Meadows into a landmark sport and recreation destination.

Once complete, Gipps Street Recreation Precinct will incorporate both active and passive sport and recreational space, including:

  • floodlit grass sports fields of various sizes to suit multiple sports
  • inclusive children’s play, water play, and nature play areas, including fixed and natural shade 
  • youth precinct, including floodlit skate park, pump track and multi-sport courts
  • floodlit netball courts and district level cricket practice facilities
  • outdoor health and fitness gym equipment for all ages
  • off leash floodlit dog park, with separate areas for large and small dogs
  • pedestrian connections, including walking loops and nature trail 
  • passive recreation, picnic and viewing areas, including barbeques, shelters and public art 
  • tree planting and landscaping 
  • main amenities building and supporting toilet facilities throughout the precinct. The main amenities building includes a large-scale canteen, storage, multi-purpose area, accessible toilets, change rooms for officials and eight player change rooms to suit multiple sports, and
  • car parking, including accessible spaces and coach drop off/parking. 

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Draft Plan of Management for Gipps Street Recreation Precinct

Council has prepared the Draft Plan of Management (POM) for the Gipps Street Recreation Precinct. This is the next step in the development of the project, to provide direction and inform decisions as to the use and management of Council-owned community land in the Gipps Street Recreation Precinct. The Draft POM is a requirement of the Local Government Act.

The Draft POM was put on public exhibition from Tuesday 25 June until Monday 22 July 2024. Submissions for the Draft POM can be made until 11.59pm on Monday 5 August 2024.

You can download the Draft POM from the 'Related Documents' section located on the right-hand side of the screen, and submit comments by emailing:

Please note: consultation and feedback for the final design and Master Plan for the Gipps Street Recreation Precinct concluded in March 2021 and will not form part of this public exhibition.

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Construction Progress

Start of construction: aerial of Gipps Street site at start of construction Progress as of June 2024: aerial of Gipps Street site in early 2024 as construction progresses

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