Netball courts

The future of netball in Moreland

The Victorian Government’s new $9.6 million Inner City Netball Program is building 64 competition compliant netball courts in inner-Melbourne, ensuring nobody is turned away from playing the game they love.

Projects that are completed include:

Refurbishment of the Martin Reserve netball courts.

Cole Reserve, Pascoe Vale (2 courts)

Mutton Reserve, Fawkner (8 courts)

Morris Reserve, Pascoe Vale South (2 courts)

JP Fawkner Reserve, Oak Park (2 courts)

Sewell Reserve, Glenroy (4 courts)

For more information check the Sport and Recreation webpage for regular updates or email Sport and Recreation Victoria.

Netball courts in Moreland

Since the introduction of Moreland’s Active Women and Girls Strategy, Council has been working hard to increase the number of netball courts available to the Moreland community.

Outdoor courts

Fawkner netball courts

79-83 Jukes Road, Fawkner

Located on the grounds of John Fawkner College, these two asphalt courts are fully lit and available for bookings in the evenings. Contact Council for all enquiries and bookings on telephone 9240 1111 or email Recreation Services.

Glenroy multipurpose tennis and netball courts

Ash Court, Glenroy (adjacent to Cook Reserve)

Available for booking through Glenroy Tennis Club, the two multipurpose courts (tennis/netball) are fully lit and fenced. If you’re looking to join a club in Glenroy, the Itiki Sporting Club of Glenroy offer introductory netball sessions on Monday evenings as well as training for juniors and seniors.

Contact Glenroy Tennis Club on telephone 0417 140 643 for court availability.

Gowanbrae multipurpose tennis, basketball and netball courts

Elms Court, Gowanbrae

Gowanbrae multipurpose courts

Open to the community between 6 am and 10.30 pm, these newly constructed courts are lined for basketball, tennis and netball. Both courts are equipped with tennis nets, one court with basketball rings and the other court with netball posts.

To activate the court lighting for evening use, tokens can be purchased for $6 from the Gowanbrae Convenient Store, 61-63 Gowanbrae Drive. Each token will provide one hour of court lighting.

This facility is locked between 10.30 pm and 6 am.

Hadfield netball courts

Martin Reserve, Box Forest Road, Hadfield

Two competition courts, fully fenced and lit were constructed by Council for use by Hadfield Netball Club. Hadfield Netball Club trains and plays Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays (juniors). They have teams entered into the autumn season (February to July) and the spring season (August to December) in Parkville. They have teams ranging from Under 11 and above, up to open age.

Contact Hadfield Netball Club for enquiries.

Reaburn Reserve netball courtsHadfield Netball Club

Pearson Street, Brunswick (Gillon Oval precinct)

Open for community use during weekdays, 8 am to 3.30 pm and weekends, 9 am to 4.30 pm. Home to Brunswick Netball Club, the club utilise the courts each weeknight.

Indoor courts

Coburg Sports Stadium

Outlook Road, Coburg North

Coburg Sports Stadium has three multipurpose courts for netball use. The stadium runs a Joeys for beginners to netball on Wednesdays after school. They also run their own Kangas boys and girls junior netball competition on Fridays after school.

Women and under 17s registrations are also welcome now.

Contact Coburg Sports Stadium on telephone 9355 7200 or email the netball coordinator for more information on how to join in.

Girls playing netball at Coburg Stadium

Fawkner Community Hall

79-83 Jukes Road, Oak Park

Fawkner Community Hall has a recently refurbished multipurpose court lined for netball, basketball, futsal, badminton and volleyball.

Contact the Fawkner Leisure Centre for bookings on telephone 9358 6688 or email Fawkner Leisure Centre.

Oak Park Stadium

Hillcrest Road, Oak Park

Oak Park Stadium has one multipurpose court, lined for netball and basketball.

Contact the stadium directly for bookings on telephone 9359 5065 or email Oak Park stadium.