Victorian Junior Aboriginal Basketball Tournament Wrap Up

Dandenong Stadium played host to the Victorian Junior Aboriginal Basketball Tournament during NAIDOC week. The tournament went across three days and saw over 600 junior players participating from July 5-7 with varying ages. After three postponements due to COVID-19, Southern Aboriginal Sports were able to finally bring everyone together and showcase the talent for all […]

SEL Removes Door Entry Fee at Dandenong Stadium

Greater Dandenong City Council’s newly established subsidiary company, South East Leisure (SEL), has improved the accessibility to Dandenong Stadium by removing the door entry fee for all attendees upon taking over management on Friday 1 July. The removal of the door fee is a change that will promote access to the premier facility for people […]

South East Leisure commences management, July 1 2022

We are excited to share from Friday 1 July 2022 Greater Dandenong Leisure Facilities, will be managed by us on behalf of Council. These facilities include Dandenong Oasis, Dandenong Stadium, Springers Leisure Centre, and Noble Park Aquatic Centre (NPAC). This decision is part of a bigger objective to bring all Council owned aquatic and leisure […]

Council decides on management model

In April 2021, Greater Dandenong City Council decided to create a wholly owned Company to operate Dandenong Oasis, Noble Park Aquatic Centre, Springers Leisure Centre and Dandenong Stadium from 1 July 2022. Council made this decision for several reasons: The company model retains strong control and alignment with Greater Dandenong’s unique community needs and Council […]