The Big Project - Tanunda Recreation Park Redevelopment
- Tanunda (view map)
- The Big Project
- Works in progress
- Anticipated completion date
- 31 January 2023
Widening of The Main Oval
Grant: $0, Council: $695,550, Total Project Value: $695,550
The Main Oval will see an increase in size in order to become a regional-level facility that meets contemporary code requirements. With the aim to attract national and state football and cricket competitions, building the Barossa as a regional sports event and tourism destination. Work on the Main Oval will commence in December 2021 and is due to be complete by the end of February 2022. This project has been solely funded by Council, with a total project value of $695,550.
Junior Sports Oval & Cricket Training Nets
Grant: $580,700, Council: $871,060, Total Project Value: $1,451,767
The current playground site will become the location of a new Multipurpose Junior Sports Oval along with new Cricket Training Nets. Meeting contemporary standards and providing high quality, inclusive and accessible infrastructure that will grow participation in grassroots competition and encourage wider community, multi-use facilities. Work on this project will begin in Summer 2021 and is due to be complete by December 2022. The Junior Oval and Cricket Nets have been funded by a State Government grant from the Office of Recreation Sport and Racing of $580,700, plus a contribution of $871,060 from Council, making it a total project value of $1,451,767.
Grant: $330,221.00, Council: $782,800, Total Project Value: $1,113,000.00
Tanunda Rec Park is getting a brand new Inclusive Playground, located on the corner of Park Street and Bilyara Road. A new vehicle entry point will be constructed off Bilyara Road providing greater visibility, safety and ease of traffic within the park. The current entry will be turned into a pedestrian access, with preservation of the heritage gates. Features of the new Playground will include a flying fox, trampolines, climbing/elevated play, slides, swings, monkey bars, sand and water play, barbecue shelter, drink fountain, seating and an all access toilet block. Construction work will commence in December 2021 with an approximate completion date of August 2022. The new Playground has been made possible by State Government grant funding of $330,221.00 and a Council contribution of $482,763.00, making it a total budget of $812,984.00 to design and construct the new Playground.
Community Clubrooms and Changerooms
Grant: $1,500,000, Council: $3,098,000 Total Project Value: $4,598,000.00
This project will develop truly regional, multi-use, gender-neutral, transformational infrastructure that delivers shared football, cricket, netball, tennis and community sports facilities. Facilities will meet contemporary standards and provide high quality, inclusive, accessible infrastructure to support participation in grassroots competition.
- shared clubrooms with 280 capacity seating
- 6 x gender-neutral changerooms
- gender neutral toilets for sporting and public use
- gender neutral umpire rooms
- spectator viewing
- office/storage spaces
Tanunda Recreation Park - Master Plan
The Tanunda Recreation Park Masterplan reaffirms the Park as a significant community place for sport, recreation and community gathering. In addition to the current projects, completed improvements include expanded Show Hall and LED oval lighting.
In March 2017 Council undertook extensive community consultation. In addition to community and stakeholder engagement, Council hosted open forums and pop-ups at Angaston Show, Tanunda Show and Barossa Farmers Market.
The consultation attracted 47 formal submissions and 79 informal submissions. Council adopted the masterplan, taking into account tree management to retain the amenity of the Park.
Tanunda Recreation Park Main Entrance - progress shots
Tanunda Main Oval Widening
Barossa Creative Industries Centre
- The Big Project
- Plan and design phase
Barossa Creative Industries Centre incorporate key upgrades to the Barossa Regional Gallery to form a contemporary art and cultural facility.
Maria Street, Tanunda - Drainage upgrade project
This drainage upgrade project involved upgrading the existing stormwater drain from Maria Street to the property boundary approx. 150m west of Maria Street.
Elizabeth Street, Tanunda - Drainage upgrade project
This drainage upgrade project involved installation of a new underground drainage system from Langmeil Road to the North Para River along Elizabeth Street.