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Sport & Recreation Strategy

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The Rural City of Murray Bridge is conducting a sport, recreation and open space planning study and strategy.

Sport and Recreation Strategy(12882 kb)

Open Space Strategy(38542 kb)

As part of the extensive consultation process we are providing all community based organisations such as sport clubs, recreation and community groups an opportunity to provide their views and ideas for the study and so we can gain a more detailed understanding of their current usage of the site, future needs and desires.

The aim of the Sport, Recreation & Open Space Strategy for the Rural City of Murray Bridge (MBSROSS) is to guide the provision, development and ongoing management of sport, recreation and open space facilities and resources throughout the Rural City.

The Sport and Recreation Strategy is an inventory of sport and recreation facilities.  Information was drawn from Council records and former strategic documents, from sporting and recreational groups, and from community members.  The review focused on key Council owned facilities and key community owned facilities. 

The following Vision was developed throughout the consultation process that is considered to best reflect the broader aspirations of the Murray Bridge community:

“Fit-for-purpose, sustainably managed facilities offer the full range of sporting and recreation activities, thereby maximising player, spectator and volunteer opportunities for involvement, supporting and retaining local sporting talent whilst encompassing people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds”

The Open Space Strategy is an inventory of open space resources. Information was drawn from Council records and former strategic documents, from sporting and recreational groups, and from community members. 

Contact

Kevin Heyndyk

Team Leader Youth Sport & Recreation

08 8539 1127 

k.heyndyk@murraybridge.sa.gov.au

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