Additional tennis/netball courts at Banksia Park Sports Area

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Council decision/outcome

This consultation closed on Friday 8 March 2019.

At its meeting on Tuesday 9 April 2019 Council considered the feedback received from the community and made a decision to proceed with the construction of six (6) additional multi-purpose tennis/netball courts and court lighting on the Elizabeth Street side of the Banksia Parks Sports Area complex.

Community Engagement Outcomes Report

Proposal: Council has accepted grant funding from the Government of South Australia, through the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, to construct six (6) additional multipurpose tennis/netball courts and lighting at Banksia Park Sports Area. The proposed concept plan also includes 30 additional off-street parking spaces on Elizabeth Street.

Installing additional courts and lighting would require an amendment to the Banksia Park Sports Area Community Land Management Plan.

For more information please refer to Council's information sheet and concept plan.

To get involved and have your say:

  • Review the information sheet and concept plan
  • Complete the online feedback form
  • Ask a question in the Q&A tool

Those who provide feedback will be advised of the Council meeting date and further information once a decision is made.


Council decision/outcome

This consultation closed on Friday 8 March 2019.

At its meeting on Tuesday 9 April 2019 Council considered the feedback received from the community and made a decision to proceed with the construction of six (6) additional multi-purpose tennis/netball courts and court lighting on the Elizabeth Street side of the Banksia Parks Sports Area complex.

Community Engagement Outcomes Report

Proposal: Council has accepted grant funding from the Government of South Australia, through the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, to construct six (6) additional multipurpose tennis/netball courts and lighting at Banksia Park Sports Area. The proposed concept plan also includes 30 additional off-street parking spaces on Elizabeth Street.

Installing additional courts and lighting would require an amendment to the Banksia Park Sports Area Community Land Management Plan.

For more information please refer to Council's information sheet and concept plan.

To get involved and have your say:

  • Review the information sheet and concept plan
  • Complete the online feedback form
  • Ask a question in the Q&A tool

Those who provide feedback will be advised of the Council meeting date and further information once a decision is made.


Q and A


Ask us a question about the proposed additional courts at Banksia Park Sports Area and we will get back to you.

Note: please do not send questions here that are not relevant to this proposal. Questions about general Council matters please contact Customer Service



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    Why is the tennis the governing body for the courts? They have no interest in the Netball.

    RichardB asked almost 4 years ago

    Thank you for your question Richard. The Tea Tree Gully Tennis Club hold the lease over the facility with two netball clubs hiring the courts/building from the tennis club. The six new proposed courts are to be multipurpose for both netball and tennis usage. (FB)

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    Will the TTG Community (Public) have free access to any Tennis court(s) out side organised activity. At the moment all existing courts are locked at the time the TTGTC is not using them, forcing you to join their club at a high cost.

    Bill asked almost 4 years ago

    Thank you for your question. Should the project proceed as detailed, the Club will have their existing lease amended to include exclusive use of the additional courts, however options for community use of some of the new multi-purpose courts are being explored with the Club, who are very supportive of this approach. When you submit your feedback please highlight that this is something that is important to you. Kind regards, Felicity.


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