Tomaree Sports Complex Master Plan

Tomaree Sports Complex is the largest sports complex in Port Stephens.

Tomaree Sports Complex provides the local community with a valued open green space, wooded bush land and sportsgrounds in a peaceful neighbourhood area.

The precinct is Port Stephens' largest sporting complex with a diverse range of active sporting uses and is home to a number of sporting clubs. The park is not only enjoyed by sports players but residents, school children, active fitness groups and recreational walkers.

With increased development and demand, Council recognises the need to have a coordinated planning approach to guide the future planning and development of the Tomaree Sports Complex.

The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide a clear vision and guide future sporting facility and public domain improvements for the precinct.

The Master Plan will assist funding grant applications and will be implemented in stages over time.

Please click here to read the Master Plan, or download from the document library on the right.

The Master Plan was on exhibition from 30 April - 27 May 2018.

Submissions are now closed.

Tomaree Sports Complex provides the local community with a valued open green space, wooded bush land and sportsgrounds in a peaceful neighbourhood area.

The precinct is Port Stephens' largest sporting complex with a diverse range of active sporting uses and is home to a number of sporting clubs. The park is not only enjoyed by sports players but residents, school children, active fitness groups and recreational walkers.

With increased development and demand, Council recognises the need to have a coordinated planning approach to guide the future planning and development of the Tomaree Sports Complex.

The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide a clear vision and guide future sporting facility and public domain improvements for the precinct.

The Master Plan will assist funding grant applications and will be implemented in stages over time.

Please click here to read the Master Plan, or download from the document library on the right.

The Master Plan was on exhibition from 30 April - 27 May 2018.

Submissions are now closed.