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Major infrastructure projects

Developing stadiums, grounds and arenas throughout Victoria to provide the best facilities for each sport.
The Victorian Government is proud to have committed $15 million to help bring Mars Stadium up to AFL standard and pave the way for the Western Bulldogs to play in Regional Victoria.
The Victorian Government’s $12 million contribution towards the $30.3 million Moorabbin Oval redevelopment will see state-of-the-art training facilities designed for St Kilda Football Club’s top athletes, integrated on the same site as fully accessible facilities for local sporting clubs.
Work on the fifth stage of the Kardinia Park stadium redevelopment will begin after the AFL season with one of Australia’s leading construction firms – BESIX Watpac – confirmed as the project builder.
The transformation of St Kilda’s iconic Junction Oval into the new home of Victorian cricket is now complete.
Our game plan to guide planning and investment decisions relating to major stadia and arenas.
The Victorian Government has invested almost $1 billion into infrastructure upgrades to establish Melbourne and Olympic Parks as one the best sport and entertainment precincts in the world, ensuring the Australian Open remains a Victorian major events icon until at least 2046.
The $64.6 million Melbourne Sports Centres Parkville redevelopment is the centrepiece of the Victorian Government’s investment in women’s sport.
Construction is now underway on a major redevelopment of Marvel Stadium that will take the fan experience to the next level and create hundreds of jobs.
A major redevelopment of La Trobe University’s Sports Park in Bundoora is supporting more than 600 jobs during construction and providing a home for the Matildas and our future football and rugby stars.

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Last updated on 19/03/2021