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Darwin Indoor Netball Stadium

This consultation is now closed.

Update 20 September 2017 - Successful tenderer is Sunbuild Pty Ltd. See media release for more information.

The design of a new indoor netball stadium for Darwin is underway with the Federal Government contributing $8 million in funding from the Community Development Grants Programme to the project and the Northern Territory Government fast-tracking $10 million for the construction of the stadium at the Marrara sporting precinct.

It is proposed the indoor stadium incorporates four netball courts with the preferred site for the new stadium being at the Current Darwin Netball Complex land adjacent to the current 10 outdoor courts off Abala road in Marrara.

The new stadium is a significant step forward for netball in Darwin with a purpose built indoor stadium allowing Territorians to enjoy the game, comfortably, all year round.

A steering committee has been established to oversee the design phase of the new indoor stadium and includes representatives from Netball NT and the Northern Territory Government. The Committee has been tasked with generating a design that fits the purpose of the facility, provides for the future development of the sport, is capable of holding potentially national and international netball fixtures and is financially sustainable into the future.

The key features of the proposed design include:

  • four Australian standard netball courts
  • sprung Floor court surface
  • fully air-conditioned stadium
  • ample change room facilities
  • corporate facilities
  • food facilities (canteen)
  • car parking adjacent to the current Netball Complex
  • capability to host international and national netball fixtures
  • flexibility to host other events.

Tell us what you think

The Northern Territory Government wants to hear from you on the proposed design of the new indoor netball stadium. The new stadium will be a legacy piece of infrastructure for Darwin that future generations will use for years to come.

The Northern Territory is keen to hear from you whether you’re a member of a local netball club, a netball official or volunteer, spectator, social player or from another sporting organisation.

The main way you can have your say on the design of the new stadium is by taking our quick survey and letting us know your thoughts on the proposed features of the new stadium.

Online

Complete the short survey below.

Email

If you’d like to give more feedback on the proposed Darwin Indoor Netball stadium please contact Venues.sportrec@nt.gov.au or call (08) 8982 2352.

Closing date for feedback is 3 June 2017. The feedback will be used by the steering committee to inform its decision making on the final design of the new stadium.


Update 20 September 2017 - Successful tenderer is Sunbuild Pty Ltd. See media release for more information.

The design of a new indoor netball stadium for Darwin is underway with the Federal Government contributing $8 million in funding from the Community Development Grants Programme to the project and the Northern Territory Government fast-tracking $10 million for the construction of the stadium at the Marrara sporting precinct.

It is proposed the indoor stadium incorporates four netball courts with the preferred site for the new stadium being at the Current Darwin Netball Complex land adjacent to the current 10 outdoor courts off Abala road in Marrara.

The new stadium is a significant step forward for netball in Darwin with a purpose built indoor stadium allowing Territorians to enjoy the game, comfortably, all year round.

A steering committee has been established to oversee the design phase of the new indoor stadium and includes representatives from Netball NT and the Northern Territory Government. The Committee has been tasked with generating a design that fits the purpose of the facility, provides for the future development of the sport, is capable of holding potentially national and international netball fixtures and is financially sustainable into the future.

The key features of the proposed design include:

  • four Australian standard netball courts
  • sprung Floor court surface
  • fully air-conditioned stadium
  • ample change room facilities
  • corporate facilities
  • food facilities (canteen)
  • car parking adjacent to the current Netball Complex
  • capability to host international and national netball fixtures
  • flexibility to host other events.

Tell us what you think

The Northern Territory Government wants to hear from you on the proposed design of the new indoor netball stadium. The new stadium will be a legacy piece of infrastructure for Darwin that future generations will use for years to come.

The Northern Territory is keen to hear from you whether you’re a member of a local netball club, a netball official or volunteer, spectator, social player or from another sporting organisation.

The main way you can have your say on the design of the new stadium is by taking our quick survey and letting us know your thoughts on the proposed features of the new stadium.

Online

Complete the short survey below.

Email

If you’d like to give more feedback on the proposed Darwin Indoor Netball stadium please contact Venues.sportrec@nt.gov.au or call (08) 8982 2352.

Closing date for feedback is 3 June 2017. The feedback will be used by the steering committee to inform its decision making on the final design of the new stadium.


  • Darwin Indoor Netball Stadium Survey

    The Northern Territory Government is seeking input on the new Darwin indoor netball stadium.

    Please view the concept design gallery before taking the survey.

    Closing date for feedback is 3 June 2017.

    The Northern Territory Government is seeking input on the new Darwin indoor netball stadium.

    Please view the concept design gallery before taking the survey.

    Closing date for feedback is 3 June 2017.

    This consultation is now closed.