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Mill Park Basketball Stadium

We're redeveloping Mill Park Basketball Stadium into an accessible and sustainable community hub.

Project details

The much-anticipated upgrade of Mill Park Basketball Stadium will include new female and family change rooms, seating upgrades, accessible public toilets, a modern kitchen and fit-for purpose spaces to help the local association and clubs grow.

The addition of female-friendly and accessible facilities will help grow participation in sport and contribute to an inclusive and diverse sporting community.

The works will include:

  • New change facilities
  • Gender neutral and family change facilities
  • An upgrade to the public toilets
  • Additional storage
  • First aid space
  • Office and reception reconfiguration
  • Canteen / kitchen upgrade
  • Re-paving, landscaping and seating to the front forecourt
  • Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) improvements including:
    • HVAC (heating and cooling)
    • Water saving and re-use
    • LED lighting
    • Lighting controls
    • Solar PV System.

Mill Park Basketball Stadium is located at Redleap Reserve, Redleap Avenue, Mill Park.

View the redevelopment floorplan.

Project status

Works complete:

  • Upgrade of scorers benches
  • Stadium seating renewed
  • External painting
  • Installation of double glazing to rear of facility
  • Construction of new temporary entry
  • Demolition near completion
  • Re-routing of fire service plumbing.
  • Modification to court 1 grandstand
  • Construction of floor to new storage area under grandstand
  • Roof to extension installed
  • Internal walls and ceilings underway
  • Modification to grandstand to improve accessibility
  • Replacement of shopfront glazing
  • Internal wall linings
  • New windows installed
  • Floor preparation under way

Upcoming works:

  • Electrical upgrade
  • Cabinetry
  • Floor linings.

The stadium has reopened for operations and all four courts are open for competition!

(Last updated 21 January 2021)

Project cost

Approximately $3.4 million (including forecourt upgrade)

The State Government has contributed $1 million towards the project from the Community Sports Infrastructure Stimulus Program.


  • Preliminary works complete May 2021
  • Main works Stage 1: August 2021 – March 2022
  • Main works Stage 2: March 2022 – August 2022
  • Forecourt upgrade works to commence early 2022

Progress photos

Photos taken 2 February 2022