DDNA Netball Precinct Upgrade
Consultation with members is a vital step in the process to attain the best possible facility for netball in Manningham. Discussions with council are underway, and we need your support! Council documents predict that netball with grow in coming years, especially with the inclusion of boys and men and programs such as All Abilities, Walking Netball and Fast 5. However, our needs to continue to accommodate this growth are not being met.
This survey will help inform future inclusion of the DDNA facilities in the council's 5-10 year budget plans.
If you can, please also contact Councillors directly to express your support, email addresses and information below.
Contact DDNA Treasurer Linda Neate at
to find our how you can help create a legacy for netball in Manningham.
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Under 15 years old
15 - 18 years old
18 - 25 years old
25 - 45 years old
45 years old or above
Prefer not to say
What is your role in the netball community?
Check all that apply
Committee member/game official
What do you perceive as major barriers to the growth of netball in City of Manningham?
What are your biggest concerns with the current netball precinct?
Lights are not energy efficient or environmentally friendly
Court surfaces are in disrepair and are dangerous
Inclement weather affecting participation
Pavilion facility is inadequate
Stadium facility is inadequate
Lack of regular netball access to the stadium
What upgrades would be ideal in improving the DDNA netball precinct?
Better and more environmentally efficient outdoor lights
A larger pavilion complex
Roofs over courts
More car parking
Dedicated and safe warm up area with goal rings
Multi purpose indoor space
More weather shelters and spectator seating
Larger and better equipped storerooms
Larger and better equipped Umpires Room
Larger and better equipped control box
Outdoor court lines to include Fast 5 lines and spectator lines
Please include any other comments below
Please contact our local Councillors to express your support!
Heide Ward - Bulleen, Templestowe, Templestowe Lower
Cr Piccinini was very supportive of the netball community in providing advice on the way forward and gaining the new facilities build, she remains deeply embedded in the community.
Cr Gough stands for “improvement of our streetscapes and parks as a priority and is committed to ensuring Manningham assets are well maintained and that facilities meet the needs of our community groups, sporting clubs and residents.” Cr Gough stood for saving the netball courts when the Council previously voted to sell them off to fund the Mullum Mullum Stadium. Cr Gough was anxious to preserve the open space because once sold off would never be available again, particularly as that area is targeted for further concentrated development.
Cr Kleinert "believes our youth are our future and it is important we support them, foster their development and provide the best opportunity for them to succeed.” Cr Kleinert has previously supported planned upgrades to courts and continues to be a valued contact at council.
Koonung Ward - Doncaster and Doncaster East
Cr Chen advocates for “better public transport … committed to achieving transparent and accountable governance practices, improving public open space facilities and promoting sustainable urban planning”.
Cr Haynes is keen to "assist many people to feel connected and come together to help many experience new cultures. She works to build belonging, harmony and understanding … [and] foster a secure safe place in which to live and raise a family.”
Cr Zafiropoulos has a genuine interest in the concerns of residents and is committed to preserving and improving the amenity of the City, Council services, public transport and urban design
Mullum Mullum Ward - Warrandyte, Wonga Park, Warrandyte South, Park Orchards and significant parts of Donvale, Doncaster East and Ringwood North
Cr Conlon is passionate about the "Green Wedge …support community, sports clubs, families and older residents and make our community safe and secure for everyone.”
Cr Galbally is a passionate "advocate for equality and social inclusion and believes local government has a responsibility to support and enable community groups in delivering their services and activities … She would like Council to continue promoting business development and job creation for a more economically sustainable future.”
Mayor McLeish is committed to “better planning for Manningham, and has worked consistently to increase the protection given to the City’s residential, Low Density Residential Zone (LDRZ) and Green Wedge neighbourhoods … improved public transport in Manningham … pleased that works on the new high-ball facilities at Mullum Mullum Reserve have been completed and that the final section of the Mullum Mullum Trail is well underway.”
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