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$1.15milion was unveiled for the North East Country Cricket and Community Hub in Wodonga.

Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, unveiled a major $1.15million North East Country Cricket and Community Hub for Wodonga.

Ms Symes joined Cricket Australia, Cricket Victoria, Cricket NSW, Wodonga Council and local cricket club officials to make the announcement which will see the establishment of the hub as a regionally significant venue to enhance club competition and development of programs for players, coaches and umpires, whilst accommodating regional administrative needs of cricket.

The North East Country Cricket and Community Hub will see the construction of an indoor training centre with four pitches, unisex player change rooms and office accommodation for staff.

Ms Symes said funding for this project included $500,000 from the Andrews Labor Government/Cricket Australia/Cricket Victoria, $600,000 from Wodonga City Council and $50,000 from Cricket NSW.

“This amazing new facility at Biralee Park will make Wodonga the epicentre of cricket in North East Victoria,” Ms Symes said

“This Andrews Labor Government, Wodonga Council, Cricket Australia, Cricket Victoria and Cricket NSW collaboration, will ensure the future growth of cricket in the North East region.

“While international cricket has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, this new facility in the heart of Wodonga is great news for the men, women, boys and girls of North East Victoria who love their sport.

“The North East Country Cricket and Community Hub will provide our male and female cricketers with the latest facilities where they can hone their skills.

“The Andrews Labor Government is working hard to give more locals in North East Victoria the opportunity to play the sports they love, and embrace a more active and healthy lifestyle and this new facility will certainly provide that."

  • Works update
    December 11, 2019

    The inside of the Regional Cricket Hub is getting close to completion with the netting being installed last week. 

    The project is still on track to be completed early next year.

  • Works update
    November 25

    The external framing as well as amenities, including the eight offices, have been completed.

    The plumbing and cables will be going in next. The slab for the training facility went down in three stages with the roof structure and cladding to follow once the cement has cured.

    Gabba Sporting Products will put in the synthetic wickets very soon.

    Read more here.

  • Works update
    November 19, 2019

    The project is current approaching lock up stage. 

    The indoor nets will be installed over the next three weeks and the facility will start to take shape.

    Watch our update on Facebook here.

  • Works update
    August 22, 2019

    Construction of the Regional Cricket Hub is tracking well with the frame for the site being installed on August 22, 2019.

  • Works commenced
    June 16, 2019

    Works to the Regional Cricket Hub have commenced with the site being cut mid-June.

  • Council awards tender for regional cricket hub
    April 17, 2019

    Works will begin on the Birallee Park Indoor Cricket Training Facility after the council awarded the tender to Southern Cross Developers.

    It follows a second tender process earlier this year. Read more here.

  • Funding annoucement
    April 3, 2018

    Labour Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, today unveiled a major $1.15 million North Easy Country Cricket and Community Hub for Wodonga.

Announcement of the cricket hub from
Cr Anna Speedie