Broadview Oval Community and Sports Hub

Project Overview

A key component of the Broadview Oval/Yarnta Tutu yarta Master Plan is the new Broadview Oval Community and Sports Hub.

The new Broadview Oval Community and Sports Hub will be a contemporary and long lasting community asset, designed to maximise accessibility and use by all members of our community and beyond. It will connect to the surrounding public open space and amenity, creating an active and integrated community destination, promoting better health and wellbeing for all who visit.

The new facility will be located on the centre wing postion of Broadview Oval and will replace the existing Broadview Football Clubrooms.

Key features include:

  • Change rooms (male and female)
  • Clubrooms
  • Function and meeting rooms
  • Storage facilities
  • Spectator viewing areas

$4M funding is now available to commence work on this new facility, thanks to a State Government grant of $1.5M and $2.5M from Council.

A Community Reference Group has been established for the project. The Community Reference Group serves as an important link from the community to provide information and advice, reflecting the concerns and issues of stakeholders and the public. Examples of things that the group can influence include design considerations and naming. More information for the Community Reference Group can be found in the Document Library on the right of this page.

  • February - March 2020

    Consultation with Key Stakeholders

    Senior Council staff met with representatives of sporting clubs and peak sporting bodies to discuss the Draft Master Plan and to get their feedback.

  • 28 April 2020

    Council Meeting - Endorsement of Draft Master Plan for Community Consultation

    The Draft Master Plan was formally endorsed for community consultation, with a future report to be presented to Council on the outcomes of the consultation.

  • 18 May - 29 June 2020

    Community Consultation on the Draft Master Plan

  • 28 July 2020

    Council Meeting – Report to Council on Draft Master Plan Community Consultation Results

    Outcomes of the community consultation were reported with a future onsite workshop scheduled for August 2020.

  • 27 October 2020

    Council Meeting – Seeking endorsement of Draft Master Plan

    Council endorsed further targeted consultation be undertaken on the proposed Draft Master Plan.

  • 18 December 2020 – 10 January 2021

    Community Consultation on preferred location of the future “Broadview Community Health and Fitness Club”

  • 19 January 2021

    Council Meeting - Endorsement of the Broadview Oval/ Yarnta Tutu yarta Master Plan, subject to final amendments, reflecting Centre Wing as the preferred location of the Broadview Community and Sports Hub, noting that minor updates to the Master Plan may occur as part of future concept designs.

  • June 2021

    Project funding secured

    $1.5M State Government funding secured.

    $2.5M City of Prospect Budget approved.

  • 23 November 2021

    Council Meeting - Endorsement of new operational model for the facility; Community Engagement Plan; Community Reference Group Terms of Reference.

  • December 2021 - January 2022

    Community Reference Group Membership Determined

    Expression of Interest process followed by appointment of members by Council.

     

  • February 2022

    Community Reference Group meetings commence

  • May 2022

    Council Meeting - Seeking endorsement of Concept Design

  • June 2022

    Lodge Planning Consent Application

  • June - October 2022

    Complete Design Development and Building Consent Application

  • October 2022

    Tender phase

  • November 2022 - September 2023

    Construction phase - Broadview Oval Community and Sports Hub

Broadview Sports and Recreation Precinct/ Yarnta Tutu yarta is located on the eastern side of our City in the suburb of Broadview, bounded by Collingrove Avenue, Myponga Terrace, Poltawa Terrace and McInnes Avenue.

As well as providing a range of recreational facilities, including BBQ facilities, picnic areas, fitness equipment, running track, play equipment and a dog park, the precinct is also home to a variety of sports clubs including Broadview Football Club, Prospect District Cricket Club, Prospect Broadview Bowling Club and the Broadview & Collingrove Tennis Clubs.

Council’s Open Space Strategy 2018, identifies Broadview Sports and Recreation Precinct/ Yarnta Tutu yarta as a Regional Park, catering not only for our local community but for the broader metropolitan community, beyond the immediate locality.

A number of years ago, Council deemed that many of the facilities on site were inadequate to serve the needs of our greater community.  Following this Council, in consultation with our community and key stakeholders, began the process of developing a draft Master Plan, an overarching strategic document to guide future improvements to this important sporting and recreational precinct.

In 2020 a Draft Master Plan was prepared by DesignInc, incorporating feedback from Council, key stakeholders and community members.  The Draft Master Plan was released for community consultation on two occasions and  at the 19 January 2021 Council Meeting,  Council endorsed the Broadview Oval/ Yarnta Tutu yarta Master Plan, with Centre Wing as the preferred location of the new Broadview Community and Sports Hub, noting that minor updates to the Master Plan may occur as part of future concept designs.


City of Prospect acknowledges that we are on the traditional country of the Kaurna people
of the Adelaide Plains region, and we pay our respect to Elders past and present.

We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationships with the land
and we acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.