Cooma Sports Hub project

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The Cooma Sports Hub project presents an exciting opportunity to enhance grassroots sport in the Snowy Monaro and provide a state-of-the-art precinct capable of hosting regional level events.

The $15 million facility will feature a three-court indoor sport facility at Monaro High School and a synthetic athletics track and field at Snowy Oval. Once complete, the new facility will host basketball, netball, athletics, Australian Rules Football, cricket and many more sports.

Snowy Monaro Regional Council is working with the NSW Office of Sport, NSW Schools Infrastructure, Monaro High School and the community to deliver this project.

Our community will play an important part in the facility coming to fruition. This page will provide regular updates on the project and allow the community to provide feedback and guidance throughout the delivery of the Cooma Sports Hub.

Background

In March 2019, Member for Monaro John Barilaro announced a $15million funding committment to construct a new sports hub in Cooma. Earlier this year, Council signed a funding agreement with the NSW Office of Sport. On June 23, Mr Barilaro joined Snowy Monaro Regional Council Mayor Peter Beer, Monaro High School students and members of our hard working sporting organisations to launch the Cooma Sports Hub project.

How can you have your say?

This exciting project is still in its early stages. To help guide the project team, we are asking you to provide your initial thoughts on the scope of the project and the specific sports/activities you would like included in the new facilities.

You can have your say by completing the below survey. A concept plan has been released and this can be located to the right of your screen. The plan shows the proposed location for the:

  • Current sports ground at Monaro High School
  • Proposed new, indoor three-court sports facility
  • Existing outdoor netball courts
  • Existing tennis courts
  • Proposed synthetic athletics track
  • Proposed Australian rules football and cricket oval


Feedback for the first round of consultation closes Friday 30 October. There will be a number of further opportunities for our community to have their say on this exciting project.



The Cooma Sports Hub project presents an exciting opportunity to enhance grassroots sport in the Snowy Monaro and provide a state-of-the-art precinct capable of hosting regional level events.

The $15 million facility will feature a three-court indoor sport facility at Monaro High School and a synthetic athletics track and field at Snowy Oval. Once complete, the new facility will host basketball, netball, athletics, Australian Rules Football, cricket and many more sports.

Snowy Monaro Regional Council is working with the NSW Office of Sport, NSW Schools Infrastructure, Monaro High School and the community to deliver this project.

Our community will play an important part in the facility coming to fruition. This page will provide regular updates on the project and allow the community to provide feedback and guidance throughout the delivery of the Cooma Sports Hub.

Background

In March 2019, Member for Monaro John Barilaro announced a $15million funding committment to construct a new sports hub in Cooma. Earlier this year, Council signed a funding agreement with the NSW Office of Sport. On June 23, Mr Barilaro joined Snowy Monaro Regional Council Mayor Peter Beer, Monaro High School students and members of our hard working sporting organisations to launch the Cooma Sports Hub project.

How can you have your say?

This exciting project is still in its early stages. To help guide the project team, we are asking you to provide your initial thoughts on the scope of the project and the specific sports/activities you would like included in the new facilities.

You can have your say by completing the below survey. A concept plan has been released and this can be located to the right of your screen. The plan shows the proposed location for the:

  • Current sports ground at Monaro High School
  • Proposed new, indoor three-court sports facility
  • Existing outdoor netball courts
  • Existing tennis courts
  • Proposed synthetic athletics track
  • Proposed Australian rules football and cricket oval


Feedback for the first round of consultation closes Friday 30 October. There will be a number of further opportunities for our community to have their say on this exciting project.