The Latrobe City/Traralgon Table Tennis Stadium houses 10 fully netted courts with quality competition table tennis tables and 4 international competition-sized courts.
In addition to the main stadium we have the newer International Wing housing 4 International Competition sized courts. Both stadiums are fitted with seating for spectators.
Along with kitchen and amenities rooms there is a kiosk selling snacks and cold drinks.
At the kiosk you can purchase a variety of table tennis equipment including a range of quality branded bats or inquire about having a bat designed to meet your specific needs. You can also purchase a competition standard Table Tennis table.
Recreation reserve and sporting facilities including oval, netball and tennis courts. Omeo is a remote alpine community, surrounded by gobsmacking views of the high country and access to the Alpine National Park. Omeo is a key destination along the Great Alpine Road, connecting the Gippsland Lakes with Victoria’s High Country.
A grass track with a clay soil base, the track has a circumference of approximately 1,500 metres. After the winning post the track declines quickly to the 1100m mark and from there it climbs steadily to the finish.
Hospitality: There are two bars and two kiosks set up but the venue is BYO so many arrive at the track with a pre-prepared esky.
Picnic tables and bench seats are scattered throughout the public area but they are in hot demand so
arriving well before the first race jumps is advisable. There is no shortage of shade for patrons, with large old elm trees lining the public area adjacent to the home straight. Parking is available on the lawn near the home turn. Overflow vehicles may park in a nearby paddock.
The club hosts six non-TAB picnic meetings each summer with attendances ranging in size from 1,000 people up to 3,000 for Woolamai Cup Day held in early February each year. It’s very much a country racing feel with cattle roaming around just beyond the back straight.
The venue has been used to great success as a staging area for cycling events, running events, car rallies and live music.
The Inverloch Recreation Reserve has a football/cricket and a netball court. The southern side of
the ground has cricket nets for practice.
The main pavilion has a small kitchen and licensed bar. It has a canteen that sells hot/cold food, chocolates, lollies and has coffee/tea making facilities.
There is some individual seating available in front of the pavilion. Cars can park around the boundary of the oval.
Four light towers provides enough light on the main oval for training purposes. There are another two smaller light towers being used on the netball court.
Major works worth almost $1million are underway to reconfigure the two existing netball courts to meet Netball Victoria compliance guidelines and construct a new netball pavilion.
The court upgrade involves installing new fencing, LED lighting up to 200LUX and player shelters. The pavilion will consist of female-friendly player change rooms, umpire change rooms, a medical room, a multi-purpose space and kitchenette.
The Cowes Recreation Reserve has a football/cricket oval, two netball courts and four tennis courts
as part of the Phillip Island Tennis Club. The cricket pitch is synthetic and there’s another three synthetic pitches in the south-east corner of the reserve where the cricket nets are.
The pavilion has a licensed bar. It has a small kitchen which helps service the canteen that sells hot/cold food, chocolates, lollies and has coffee/tea making facilities. There is some bench seating available in front of the pavilion. Cars can park around the boundary of the main oval.
Four light towers provides enough light on the oval for training purposes. There are no lights for the cricket nets area.
The change rooms and netball complex at Cowes is undergoing renovations. The $1million project will see the existing home and away football change rooms have new showers, toilets, first aid and meeting rooms and an increased area for player changing. Two realigned netball courts will have new lighting that is compliant with Australian standards for training. The Cowes Recreation Reserve is adjacent to the Phillip Island Leisure Centre.
Meeniyan Recreation Reserve is located a short distance from the town centre and the Great Southern Rail Trail. The reserve is utilised for local sport and events including the Meeniyan Garlic Festival.
Car parking available at the recreation reserve, rail trail precinct area and within the town.
Previous events have also worked with nearby Stony Creek Racecourse and included bus services.
Leongatha Recreation Reserve features cycling track, skate park, aquatic centre and community sporting clubs.
Activities include AFL, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Croquet, Cycling, Golf, Little Athletics, Netball, Skating, Small Bore Rifle Club, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball.
Located mid-way between Leongatha and Mirboo North, Mossvale Park is a picturesque park surrounded by English and European ornamental trees and shrubs. The park was developed by Francis Moss who developed a substantial nursery and planted vast quantities of deciduous trees.
Mossvale Park is home to many events including the Victorian Concert Orchestra who utilises the park’s sound shell. The venue has a capacity for 500 to 5,000 people.
Additional car parking options can be explored. Please contact South Gippsland Shire Council for further assistance.
The largest multi-purpose outdoor venue in the region has two football/cricket grounds (one with a turf wicket, the main ground with a synthetic pitch), seven synthetic surface netball courts and a separate open area on the east side of the Rec Reserve precinct next to the skate park.
The No.1 oval has four light towers that produce 150LUX. The No.2 oval has two light towers which produce enough light for training purposes. Night matches can be held at the netball complex thanks to eight light towers over the seven courts.
The Wonthaggi Power social rooms on the main oval have a bar and small kitchen. Both the main oval and netball facility have a small kiosk.
The change rooms and pavilions on the football/cricket grounds offer shade. There are shade structures at the ends of most of the netball courts. There are 60 marked car spaces next to the netball courts along Korumburra Road. Cars can park around the boundary of both ovals which could hold a total of approximately 300 cars.
The near new netball facility was opened in April 2017. It is the only facility in the Bass Coast region that has more than two courts. It is used by both the Wonthaggi & District Netball Association and the Wonthaggi Power Football Netball Club. The football grounds are the home of the Wonthaggi Power who play in the Gippsland League. During cricket season the grounds are used by the Wonthaggi Miners Cricket Club.
The Wonthaggi Show Society holds its annual Rural Show at the venue. Adjacent to the Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve is the Bass Coast Aquatic Leisure Centre and the Wonthaggi Tennis Club.
The 850 metre long track is a slightly undulating track and consists of a strong clay based surface with loamy sand. The starting gate is concrete and meets national standards with room for 40 riders. The track is fairly fast and flowing with jumps that are all fairly safe and can be taken at your comfortable speed. For riders who like a bit of air time, the track has three table tops and six ski-jumps.
A canteen is open for business on race days and most practice days.
Parking space in the south-west corner of the property, heading toward the start line, caters for more than 100 vehicles and trailers.
A popular feature of the Wonthaggi circuit is the large pit area which has a view of almost the entire circuit.
The club recently constructed a very good control tower which is put to good use during the national events. Facilities are designed to cope with the national level events that are run each year like the Australian MX Titles, Vic Titles and GCMX series events.