The construction of a new croquet facility at Ulladulla Sports Park funded by Shoalhaven City Council started this month.
Council has engaged a contractor, Jirgins Civil Pty Ltd, to construct two croquet courts, lighting infrastructure, drainage, irrigation, landscaping and car parking on the new site.
Council works are expected to be completed in late March 2021.
Shoalhaven City Council Mayor Amanda Findley welcomed the start of construction for the new croquet facility.
“The project is completely funded by Shoalhaven City Council is an exciting development for the Milton Ulladulla Croquet Club who currently operate out of the Milton Showground and will be moving to Ulladulla Sports Park”, Clr Findley said.
“The new project will allow the Club to increase its capacity from one court to two and attract greater participation and membership in croquet”, Clr Findley stated.
Council staff and the Milton Ulladulla Croquet Club are working together to design and deliver a clubhouse concurrent with the croquet court construction.
Funding towards the clubhouse has been offered by the Milton Ulladulla Croquet Club.
Image: Clr Levett, Shoalhaven City Council Mayor Amanda Findley, Milton Ulladulla Croquet Committee Members and Clr White at the construction site of the new Croquet Facility.