The redevelopment of the Princes Gardens tennis and netball courts is part of the Princes Garden masterplan.
Construction of the sports courts was planned for a future date, but has been brought forward thanks, in part, to a funding contribution from the Victorian Government.
The current court marking arrangement of three full size tennis and three non-regulation size netball courts will be replaced with three full size tennis courts, two regulation size futsal courts and two regulation size netball courts.
The reduced number of netball courts (from three non-regulation size, to two regulation size) has been agreed in consultation with users groups and netball stakeholders.
The existing undersized courts are not suitable for social or club games, which severely restricts their usability. While there will be one less court under the new arrangement, the two new courts will be significantly more usable for training and games - to both casual users and local netball teams.
||Sports Courts redevelopment (multi-use courts)
||December 2021 to late-2022
||This $1.167 million Princes Gardens masterplan implementation project is jointly funded by a Victorian Government Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program Grant and a City of Stonnington contribution.
PTA Landscapes - 9720 0113
City of Stonnington
Georgina Hagger - 8290 1067
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|Scope of works
Redevelopment of existing multi-court site to accommodate:
Three full size tennis courts
Two regulation size netball courts
Two regulation size futsal courts
Upgraded lighting to energy efficient LED
New landscaping and fencing
|Hours of work
||7am to 5pm (Monday to Friday)
Download Sports Courts Design(PDF, 6MB)
||November 2021 Resident notification postcard(PDF, 111KB)
The Princes Gardens Sports Courts are being developed by the
City of Stonnington in partnership with the Victorian Government