The first stage of the $80 million Pimpama Sports Hub is now complete and open to the public.
Facilities include a clubhouse, 12 netball courts spanning almost one hectare, six court shade structures, a new community park and events space catering for 3000 patrons.
Netball Queensland has leased the clubhouse and is coordinating events, sign-on days and training with nearby netball clubs.
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Mayor Tom Tate said the Pimpama Netball Centre would be a huge drawcard for young players in the northern suburbs, in the lead up to the 2021 netball season.
Construction has now commenced on stage two of the Pimpama Sports Hub, which includes an aquatic centre with five pools, fitness centre, community centre and tennis centre.
“These first-class facilities are capable of hosting both local and regional level events and will cater for future demand in our growing northern corridor,’’ Mayor Tom Tate said.
“Once complete, we expect around 750,000 visitors annually. The complex will employ 42 full-time employees when fully operational at the end of this year.’
Stage two is due to be completed later this year.
For more information, visit: cityofgoldcoast.com.au/pimpamasportshub