Edwardstown Oval Redevelopment

Consultation has concluded

The City of Marion and the Australian Government are redeveloping the oval into a modern
sporting and community facility with a purpose-built two-storey building at a cost of $8 million.
Visitors will have uninterrupted views of sporting fixtures on the oval, the new velodrome,
and the Adelaide Hills.

Central to this project is recognising the sacrifice of our servicemen and women.
The upgraded Soldiers’ Memorial Garden will be a fitting place for the community to pay their respects, and an historic World War One Honour Board will take pride of place in the new building.

The redevelopment will address the shortage of community, recreation and sporting facilities
in the region and provide skills based training to support employment.

The new Edwardstown Oval will be more versatile and bring residents, sports and student
groups together.

The City of Marion and the Australian Government are redeveloping the oval into a modern
sporting and community facility with a purpose-built two-storey building at a cost of $8 million.
Visitors will have uninterrupted views of sporting fixtures on the oval, the new velodrome,
and the Adelaide Hills.

Central to this project is recognising the sacrifice of our servicemen and women.
The upgraded Soldiers’ Memorial Garden will be a fitting place for the community to pay their respects, and an historic World War One Honour Board will take pride of place in the new building.

The redevelopment will address the shortage of community, recreation and sporting facilities
in the region and provide skills based training to support employment.

The new Edwardstown Oval will be more versatile and bring residents, sports and student
groups together.