Making our Mark at Ballina Indoor Sports Centre

New signage has been installed at the Ballina Indoor Sports Centre (BISC) to identify it as the home of community sport in Ballina Shire.

The bold signage on the front of the building now captures the attention of passers-by and clearly defines the sports centre.

“Since the centre opened in 2019 we’ve often been confused with the high school next door. The new signage makes it clear that we are a standalone sports centre and a place of business with three modern meeting rooms,” said Roberta O’Brien, Coordinator Community Facilities.

With two international-standard sports courts offering futsal, pickleball, volleyball, netball, and basketball, the centre has plenty of activities on offer.

“We’re gearing up to welcome back organised sport. We encourage the community to get involved by contacting their local sporting associations to sign up for their favourite sport, or give a new sport a try,” said Ms O’Brien.

“With the Public Health Order restrictions easing, now is, so now is the time to think about ways to connect and have fun with friends and family. We’re working closely with sporting associations that are eager to provide a range of introductory programs, from social games to skills development to competition sports. Some associations are now taking registrations and upcoming events will be promoted through our social media channels. Anyone interested can also just give us a call.”

The BISC is open 7 days. For further information, booking enquiries and to discover what’s on,

visit communityspaces.com.au

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