The Fleurieu Regional Aquatic Centre is to cater for resident and visitor populations of Victor Harbor, Goolwa, Port Elliot and Middleton whilst also providing access to facilities for surrounding areas such as Mount Compass, Yankalilla, Willunga and Strathalbyn.
This project involves the construction of an environmentally sustainable indoor aquatic centre consisting of:
an 8 lane, 25 metre lap swimming pool
a multi-use rehabilitation, leisure & children’s pool
an outdoor ‘splash and play’ park
a fitness centre facility
a crèche facility
a commercial kiosk; incorporating feature deck with views to wetland and open space surrounds
plant and equipment rooms
dedicated change rooms and toilet facilities
first aid and lifeguard rooms
dedicated car parking, bus parking, pedestrian linkages and traffic management
The project subsequently received a grant of $7.5m from the Commonwealth Government in June 2013.Services: Tourism, Community, Facilities, Planning, Sport
SGL was engaged by Logan City Council (LCC) to undertake an independent review and analysis of key components of a Business Improvement Review of the Council managed Logan Entertainment Centre (LEC) and Community Venues. Out of the review, SGL made a number of recommendations in relation to business planning for Council's Major Venues and Facilities Branch and operations of both the LEC and Community Venues. A number of the SGL recommendations were then incorporated into a Business Improvement Plan that was prepared with the aim of improving the business across a number of key focus areas.Services: Community, Evaluation, Facilities
The City of Fremantle (CoF) commissioned a demand analysis for proposed indoor sports courts, planned as part of the Fremantle Oval / Stan Reilly redevelopment project. The initial aim and objectives of the study were to:
1: Investigate the community need for indoor sports courts planned for the Fremantle Oval/Stan Reilly redevelopment project.
2: Identify community demand for indoor sports courts in Fremantle.
3: Identify the facility mix required i.e. storage, childcare, office, sports medicine rooms, etc.
4: Research user pay capacity of likely major user groups.
5: Present a number of management options.Services: Sport, Facilities
The Hobart Aquatic Centre (THAC) was built in 1997 and has attracted 9.350M visits in its 15-year operational history. The centre has regularly attracted more than 500,000 visits a year but facilities are aging and Hobart City Council and the THAC Board commissioned SGL to develop a 20-year future redevelopment opportunity study.Services: Facilities, Planning
The study was to determine the beach capacity for water activities (with a shore base) at Point Leo. Existing and potential use was assessed over peak and non peak periods and safety, facilities available, public access and environmental impacts were taken into consideration. The objective of the project was to provide recommendations on whether a limit on licences/controls needs to be placed on water activities at Point Leo and if so what the limit/controls should be. The recommendation from the report was to form the basis for the licensing period beyond June 2012 for water activities (with a shore base) at Point Leo.Services: Tourism, Planning