State Government funds upgrades to netball courts at Lou Weston Oval and Lois Hannay pavilion

30 January 2019
The Lou Weston Oval outdoor courts and the Lois Hannay pavilion have received $400,000 of State Government funding in the latest round of the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF).
  • State Government contributes $400,000 to boost grassroots sport in Busselton
  • Upgrades to support community sport, including local netball and basketball clubs
  • Remainder of $1,735,240 project funded by City of Busselton and Busselton Netball Association 

Mayor Grant Henley, Minister Mick Murray and club representatives from the Busselton Netball Association

The Lois Hannay pavilion will be redeveloped, and the facility's outdoor courts reconstructed as part of the $1,735,240 project — funded jointly by the City of Busselton, Busselton Netball Association and the State Government.

The number of courts will also be increased from nine to 12, with half of the courts to be multi-marked to enable basketballers to use the courts, to help meet local demand.

The sporting complex accommodates thousands of community sport participants each week, with particular benefit to netball and basketball.

The upgrades will ensure the growing Busselton community has access to quality facilities, supporting grassroots sport and making it easier for local people to live active, healthy lives.

The CSRFF provides community clubs throughout Western Australia with access to funding for local sport and recreation projects, ultimately fostering healthier and more connected communities.

It also provides opportunities for WA small businesses to pick up work on projects — including electricians, plumbers, carpenters and other contractors.

More information on CSRFF.