Willunga Recreation Park

Willunga Recreation Park Redevelopment Stage 1

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Fundraising Goal: $400,000






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Stage 1 of a 3 stage renovation program is to build new toilets and changerooms for the use of the sporting clubs and community organisations which use the Willunga Recreation Park premises. In particular the new facilities will cater for female sporting teams with the changerooms being specifically designed for female use. The changerooms will also be designed to provide access for the disabled including such sports as wheelchair basketball.  

Currently the many of the sporting clubs have limited access to the current changeroom and toilet facilities within the park. This is especially so if there sport is not located within the stadium. For example, the netball club players need to queue for many minutes for access to their existing changing facilities or need to prepare for their matches in their cars.

As well as relieving this situation the new facility will also cater for the new female football teams which will start up in 2017.

Please support this vital club project by making a tax deductible donation today!


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