The City of Marion is hosting a drop-in session at the Marion Golf Park on January 30 so the community can view concept designs and talk to project team members tasked with delivering a new clubhouse and surrounds for the nine-hole golf course at Seacliff Park.
Funding for the proposed upgrade was endorsed by Council in August last year and will be delivered in stages.
The project involves replacing the buildings on site, including the transportable structure currently being used for a clubhouse after the old clubhouse was demolished for safety reasons 15 years ago. The entrance to the golf course and the carpark will also be upgraded and new landscaping is included.
The designs are also available at the golf park pro-shop and on Council’s Making Marion website at www.makingmarion.com.au/marion-golf-upgrade where community members are also invited to fill in a survey about the concept plans and the overall project.
Feedback from the drop-in session and online surveys will help guide the detailed design process.
The drop-in session is being held at the Marion Golf Park Clubrooms on Monday, 30 January, 5pm to 7pm.
Approximately 15,000 rounds of golf are played on the course every year. The Council anticipates that number could increase up to 25,000 rounds with upgraded facilities.
The City of Marion received a $200,000 Australian Government grant towards this project following the 2018 Federal Election.
Image: Artist's impression by INTRO of proposed Marion Golf Park clubhouse.
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