Sportsgrounds are particularly highly valued by the local community and as such Bega Valley Shire Council is committed to providing the community with the best conditioned, fit-for-purpose, safe, accessible and modern sporting facilities possible in the most efficient manner
All of the sportsground sites either owned or managed by Bega Valley Shire Council can be booked for seasonal and casual use by sporting clubs and associations, schools and community groups. Book Now...
Sportsgrounds include a range of infrastructure including playing surface/s for a variety of sports; lighting; irrigation systems; pavilions; toilets; parking; seating and shelters. These are managed and maintained by a mixture of Council, site committees and user groups.
There are currently 12 sportsground sites managed by Council across the Shire, with volunteer committees in place at many sites working in partnership with Council. It is important to establish management and operational plans to provide fit-for-purpose, safe and accessible sporting facilities, best utilising resources available across the Shire. An FMP provides direction for the operation, maintenance, management, planning and use of sportsgrounds and associated facilities so that the users and community’s needs are best met. It also provides an opportunity for future aspirational goals to be identified. Attached below is the latest sportsground Facility Management Plan.
Master Plans have been developed for Council’s two Regional Level sporting facilities – the Bega and Pambula Sporting Complexes.
A master plan provides a vision for a site, identifying what it should look like and how it should function into the future. It establishes a strong and consistent direction and a framework for ongoing improvement.
Section 355 of the NSW Local Government Act (1993) allows Council to delegate certain functions to a ‘Committee of the Council.’ The Sportsground Advisory Committee comprises of representatives from each of the individual sportsground site committees as well as a Councillor who chairs the meetings. A Council officer offers a secretariat function to the committee. Read more...