The $30 million dollar redevelopment of Moorabbin Reserve has seen the St Kilda Football Club return to its spiritual home after a number of years away. Delivered as a partnership between the St Kilda Football Club, Victorian State Government, the AFL, Kingston City Council and local sporting leagues, the redevelopment also sees the reserve become home to the Sandringham Dragons and headquarters of the Southern Football Netball League and South Metro Junior Football League.

The project provides much needed indoor sporting facilities for the municipality of Kingston and state-of-the-art resources for elite athletes to achieve their highest performance, including high-level training and rehabilitation facilities. Stage 1 of the redevelopment has seen the completion of new basketball and netball courts, community football facilities including player and umpire change rooms, training areas, administration office and improved car parking. Stage 2 will see the addition of AFL standard female specific change facilities, a grandstand, a second indoor sports court and aquatic facilities, including lap pool and hydrotherapy pool. A Sustainability Management Plan completed by our ESD team included 45 ESD initiatives, while “Best Practice” was achieved under a BESS assessment.

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