Monash Tennis Centre serves up the action

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The new Monash Tennis Centre and multisport pavilion in the Glen Waverley Sports Hub is now open.

It’s the result of a successful partnership between the Victorian Government, through North East Link, and the City of Monash.

The facility features a regional level tennis venue with 18 courts including two show courts, a multisport pavilion for tennis and golf participants, golf practice facilities. public open space improvements, car parking, a café and supporting infrastructure.

Glenvale Tennis Club will be based at the new centre, and courts and facilities will also be available for casual community use and to accommodate local and regional tournaments.

The tennis centre will be the new home for major tournaments replacing the former tennis centre that was near Bulleen Road, where the new North East Link tunnels will connect to an upgraded Eastern Freeway.

To keep local sports clubs thriving during North East Link construction, 19 sports grounds have been upgraded with improved playing surfaces, flood lights and six brand-new accessible pavilions that include female change rooms.

Upgrades have been delivered at clubs across the north and east including Veneto Club, Greensborough College and Ford Park, and work is underway to deliver a new soccer facility at Templestowe Road.

Across the north and east, a huge amount of work is underway to get ready for tunnelling in mid-2024. Tunnel boring machines are being assembled in a 200-metre long launch site Watsonia, work is continuing on the Manningham interchange, and worksites are being set up along the Eastern Freeway and M80 Ring Road.

Find out more about how North East Link is upgrading sports grounds and facilities to keep local clubs playing and thriving during construction and beyond by visiting our website.

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