Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre

Shoalhaven City Council is currently developing an indoor sports stadium at Cambewarra Road, Bomaderry.

Works include the construction of a purpose-built indoor sports centre (the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre) housing four (4) multi sports courts and grandstand seating, ancillary facilities such as change rooms, toilets, storerooms, canteen/café/kiosk, sports office areas, conference rooms, administration areas, staff areas, control room, multi-purpose rooms and drug testing areas, off-street parking and ancillary landscaping.

Find out more about where this project is up to in the December project update.

Council is proposing to build a level terrace for recreational use and is exhibiting the Review of Environmental Factors (REF) from 20 December 2018 to 21 January 2019. Community members are invited to the view the documents below and provide comment during the exhibition period.

Shoalhaven City Council is currently developing an indoor sports stadium at Cambewarra Road, Bomaderry.

Works include the construction of a purpose-built indoor sports centre (the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre) housing four (4) multi sports courts and grandstand seating, ancillary facilities such as change rooms, toilets, storerooms, canteen/café/kiosk, sports office areas, conference rooms, administration areas, staff areas, control room, multi-purpose rooms and drug testing areas, off-street parking and ancillary landscaping.

Find out more about where this project is up to in the December project update.

Council is proposing to build a level terrace for recreational use and is exhibiting the Review of Environmental Factors (REF) from 20 December 2018 to 21 January 2019. Community members are invited to the view the documents below and provide comment during the exhibition period.

  • Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Update, June 2019

    5 months ago
    Shoalhaven City Council’s brand new, state-of-the-art Indoor Sporting Centre is nearing completion with the project to be completed in late 2019.

    Works completed since December 2018 include:
    • Carparks, roadways and pedestrian entries
    • External landscaping
    • Courts flooring
    • Tiling and carpeting.
    • Kitchen and bathrooms
    • Water and sanitary drainage.
    Mayor Amanda Findley who has visited the site regularly said the new multi-purpose stadium will bring big opportunities to bring the community together, both socially and through sport.

    “When it is finished later this year the $16.5 million facilities will cater to multiple sports...

    Shoalhaven City Council’s brand new, state-of-the-art Indoor Sporting Centre is nearing completion with the project to be completed in late 2019.

    Works completed since December 2018 include:
    • Carparks, roadways and pedestrian entries
    • External landscaping
    • Courts flooring
    • Tiling and carpeting.
    • Kitchen and bathrooms
    • Water and sanitary drainage.
    Mayor Amanda Findley who has visited the site regularly said the new multi-purpose stadium will bring big opportunities to bring the community together, both socially and through sport.

    “When it is finished later this year the $16.5 million facilities will cater to multiple sports including basketball, volleyball, futsal, netball, badminton and more," Clr Findley said.

    “Work laying the sports flooring and external landscaping is almost finished, and staff recruitment is now underway."

    “The next stage of the project will focus on finer details such as the fixtures including backboards, scoreboards, audio equipment and cleaning systems, as well as furniture fit-outs and creating operational procedures. The installation of the rainwater harvesting tank system will also be completed."

    “The new centre will promote the sport throughout our city by catering to the growing demand for indoor court space and increase sport participation during winter months," Clr Findley said.

  • Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Update, May 2019

    6 months ago
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    10 May 2019

    The Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre building works are nearing completion, with the sports floor and landscaping to be finished soon. Whilst these works are at an advanced stage, there is still much to do before opening the facility, including final detailing, the fit-out of furniture, fixtures & equipment (FFE) and operational preparedness.

    The FFE components include items required to properly operate the centre and are described as either integrated or operational categories. Integrated fit-out items comprise backboards, scoreboards, seating, kitchen benches, joinery, public address, security and fire detection systems, basically any items to be built into the building.

    Whereas, operational fit-out includes all office and café furniture, benches, lockers, computer equipment, kitchen appliances, televisions and any mobile equipment such as floor scrubbers.

    Council is approximately 40% through ordering these components, with the delivery and installation to commence in the near future.
    The transition to operations also requires the formulation of operational management systems and training staff who are currently being recruited. There are numerous strategies associated with running a centre of this magnitude and to ensure smooth operations when opened.


    10 May 2019

    The Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre building works are nearing completion, with the sports floor and landscaping to be finished soon. Whilst these works are at an advanced stage, there is still much to do before opening the facility, including final detailing, the fit-out of furniture, fixtures & equipment (FFE) and operational preparedness.

    The FFE components include items required to properly operate the centre and are described as either integrated or operational categories. Integrated fit-out items comprise backboards, scoreboards, seating, kitchen benches, joinery, public address, security and fire detection systems, basically any items to be built into the building.

    Whereas, operational fit-out includes all office and café furniture, benches, lockers, computer equipment, kitchen appliances, televisions and any mobile equipment such as floor scrubbers.

    Council is approximately 40% through ordering these components, with the delivery and installation to commence in the near future.
    The transition to operations also requires the formulation of operational management systems and training staff who are currently being recruited. There are numerous strategies associated with running a centre of this magnitude and to ensure smooth operations when opened.


  • Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Update, December 2018

    11 months ago
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    December 2018

    With Christmas approaching, it has been a busy year constructing the new Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre at Bomaderry. Clearly visible now, the community can see the front façade and gauge an appreciation of the building's size and structure. Currently at Lock-up stage and on the road to completion.

    Key stages of progress include;

    • External carparks and roadways are nearing completion, with vehicle and pedestrian entry ways currently under construction.
    • Landscapers are busy planting the gardens beds and laying pathways that extend around the perimeter of the buildings.
    • Inside the courts are looking great with wall linings being finished...

    December 2018

    With Christmas approaching, it has been a busy year constructing the new Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre at Bomaderry. Clearly visible now, the community can see the front façade and gauge an appreciation of the building's size and structure. Currently at Lock-up stage and on the road to completion.

    Key stages of progress include;

    • External carparks and roadways are nearing completion, with vehicle and pedestrian entry ways currently under construction.
    • Landscapers are busy planting the gardens beds and laying pathways that extend around the perimeter of the buildings.
    • Inside the courts are looking great with wall linings being finished and painting well advanced.
    • Sports flooring is underway with materials on-site and concrete preparation in progress.
    • Tiling and carpeting is being laid in all changes rooms, amenities, mezzanine and café areas.
    • Kitchen joinery and toilet partitions have been delivered to site, soon to be installed, along with all sanitary fixtures, fittings and fixtures.
    • All services are in an advanced stage of progress, with the new electrical sub-station live, and power to the site established. All internal lighting is complete.
    • Water and sanitary drainage is compete with the rainwater harvesting system for rainwater re-use currently being commissioned.

    The below photos show there is so much more happening and despite recent rains the building is still on track for an opening mid-2019. If the images are not visable, view photos here.

    Looking East along front of Building, new substation in bottom corner

    Front Entry - Portico

    Looking West from New Carpark

    Court 1 – Show Court

    Courts 2, 3 & 4

    Mezzanine