Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Did it again!

Sorry to anybody that comes here for my lack of post. I am going to start adding up new venues I have visited this year, so please be patient.

Thursday, 21 April 2022

Monday, 28 February 2022

Aspendale Gardens Sports Ground - 2022 Update

 Aspendale Gardens Sports Ground in the suburbs of the same name has had some major works with the pitches over the past few years and now a new pavilion that looks amazing from these images is currently under construction at the cost of approx 3.6 million. It is home to Football Victoria club Asdendale Stingrays with most of its junior teams calling this venue home.

Monday, 4 October 2021

Pettys Reserve 2021 Update

Works on a big new football complex are well underway at Pettys Reserve in Templestowe. The area will contain two full-size synthetic pitches with a pavilion separating the two in the middle. From what I hear Manningham United Blues may soon call Pettys Reserve home.

Saturday, 2 October 2021

Casey Fields: AFL

Casey Fields in Cranbourne is perhaps the only place you will have an AFL club and an A-League club both in the same area but utilising different parts of the massive sporting precinct. The oval in these images is the home venue to the VFL club Casey Demons since 2006 when the club was formally known as Springvale moved in. The club also has reserves affiliations with the Melbourne Demons AFL club. The Melbourne Demons also has their women's team play home games here in the popular AFL Women's league. 

Sunday, 29 August 2021

Powelltown Football Ground

Powelltown Football Ground is an Australian Football venue in the small logging town of Powelltown in Victoria between Walburton and Noojee. Home to AFL Outer East Division 2 league club Powelltown Football Netball Club. These drone images were done in December 2020.

Dorothy Laver Reserve West

Tricky one to get to if you use google maps as it will direct you to the wrong Dorothy Laver reserve (that one is across the river) as it has been misspelt as "Dorothy Laver Riserve West". Anyhow this venue is used by Ashburton United Soccer Club as one of their venues. It has space for two full-size pitch that is directly above the large power lines. The pavilion is simple with limited undercover area and on this occasion no canteen was open. Parking is used also by the tennis club and also by the many that visit the parkland area. 

Did it again!