Take a look at your new Binnak Park sports facilities

Major upgrades at Binnak Park are now complete with a new pavilion, cricket nets and turf to keep sports clubs playing and thriving while North East Link is built and beyond.

The new pavilion will provide a great view for spectators as well as female friendly change rooms. The upgrades also include fencing and new lighting for the AFL/Cricket oval and improved car parking on the northern and southern sides of the site.

Community open day

You’ll have the opportunity to come and see these massive upgrades for yourself once Coronavirus restrictions have eased.

More than 40 trees have been planted to green the area as part of these upgrades. Some species include blackwood, manna gum, yellow gum, red stringybark and candlebark trees, as well as shrubs, grasses and other vegetation.

These facilities will be enjoyed by the community, and Plenty Valley Cricket Club and Watsonia Sporting Club who will be temporarily relocating during major construction of North East Link. They will join the park’s existing sporting group, Parade St Damians Junior Football Club.

The new look Binnak Park is part of our $68 million investment in local sports upgrades, supporting the north east community as we build North East Link.

For more information about upgrades to Binnak Park and other sports facilities in the area, visit our sports facilities page.


It should be noted that this information is current at the time of publication, however changes may occur. Please visit our website for the latest updates.