Page 4341 - Week 14 - Thursday, 24 October 1991

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Suburban Ovals - Changeroom Facilities

Mr Kaine - asked the Minister for Sport

(1) How many suburban ovals, by name, do not have

changeroom facilities?

(2) What is the approximate cost of a basic changeroom facility?

Mr Berry - the answers to the Members questions are as follows:

(1) It is the policy to provide changeroom facilities generally at district playing field complexes where there are a larger number of fields and therefore large numbers of people using the area for training and competition. Pavilions at these facilities provide team and referees changerooms, canteen, public toilets and sometimes storage areas.

Neighbourhood ovals, which are-generally located adjacent to primary schools, and which would usually have only one or two marked fields do not normally have change facilities. Some of these ovals do have toilet facilities. In some cases there is a district playing field complex and a neighbourhood oval in the same suburb and in these cases the smaller facility is indicated.

The list below sets out those ovals which do not have change facilities by suburb in alphabetical order:

Eastern Valley Way Oval - Belconnen Calwell West Oval Campbell Oval Chapman Oval Charnwood oval (neigbourbood) Chifley Oval Chisholm Oval (neighbourhood) Cook Oval Curtin South Oval Latrobe Park - Deakin Mint Oval - Deakin Hamden St Oval - Dickson


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