Consultation closed on Sunday 2 October.

Thank you to everyone who participated. An engagement report will be available soon.

Share your vision for Soldiers Reserve and the College Road Precinct

Soldiers Reserve is a multi-sport facility and open space on College Road in Werribee.

Currently the area includes a sporting pavilion which is home to the Werribee Districts Football Club as well as the Werribee Cricket Club and Werribee Junior Cricket Club. These teams use the oval for organised sport along with the cricket nets. A playground, BBQ facilities and public toilet is also included in the area.

The College Road Kindergarten, St John's Ambulance, 1st Werribee Scout Group and the Werribee Girl Guides also use the precinct.

We're conducting a planning study for the Soldiers Reserve and College Road precinct in Werribee to better understand how the reserve is currently being used by residents and the tenant sporting and community groups, and if the available facilities and open space areas are meeting needs.


How to get involved

We want your help to assist us to improve the precinct for the community now and into the future.

Your feedback captured via the below survey will help us to understand what will make the Soldiers Reserve / College Road precinct a better place for you and your family, and a more attractive destination for sport and recreation use.

The survey should take 5 - 7 minutes to complete, but will make a difference for our planning for years to come.

Feedback closes at 11:59PM on Sunday 2 October 2022.

Come and chat with us!

Members of the project team will be on site at Soldiers Reserve on Sunday 11 September from 11AM - 1PM.

No registration required, just come and meet the team and share your feedback in person or ask any questions you might have about the project.


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