Galvin Park Redevelopment

An Anthony Albanese Labor Government would contribute $500,000 to deliver the Galvin Park Sexton Pavilion Redevelopment.

Working with the Werribee Centrals Sports & Youth Club and the City of Wyndham, an Albanese Labor Government would deliver the full redevelopment plan that the club have developed.

The project will see the old changeroom amenities within the facility, which have passed their use by date, and don’t meet the needs of both women’s and men’s teams, demolished and new modern changerooms, umpires’ rooms, medical, store and committee meeting facilities constructed.

This important investment will bring the facility in line with other Australian rules and cricket facilities across the electorate of Lalor.

Labor’s commitment also means the redevelopment will now include a secondary story to the complex with community and social spaces and kitchen and toilet amenities for community use. 

Federal Member for Lalor, Joanne Ryan said, “The Galvin Park complex is at the heart of the Werribee Community. This commitment is an investment in the club, an investment in the local community and investment in a better future for Lalor”

“For the past eight long years, our community has been neglected by Scott Morrison and the Liberals. In a stark contrast, Anthony Albanese and Labor will invest in our community and deliver a better future for Lalor.”

Anthony Albanese has a track record in delivering for our community. As Minister for Infrastructure between 2007-2013, Anthony Albanese built the Regional Rail Link.

President of the Werribee Centrals Football & Netball Club, Chris Kopelke said that the Werribee Centrals are extremely excited to have our local member Joanne Ryan and the Federal Labor Party support this very important project.

“This has been eight years in the making and will give the general and sporting community of Werribee a great facility to meet their ongoing needs,” Mr Kopelke said.

“This announcement of funding means the difference between having the new facilities built in the immediate future and bringing them into the 21st century or being delayed due to funding constraints with our club contribution.”

Only Joanne Ryan and an Albanese Labor Government will deliver A Better Future for Lalor.