Things to do
Nicolle Flint MP and Mayor Kris Hanna will open the new complex at 12 noon.
The old building has been transformed into a modern sporting and community complex, which features:
The Edwardstown World War One honour board has also been installed in the clubrooms. Activities will run from 11am to 2pm and include guided tours, come and try sports, a free sausage sizzle, and a performance by Marion City Band.
Marion Council provided $4.8 million of funding and the Australian Government $4 million. Upgrades to the memorial garden have been supported by $18,500 grant from Veterans SA and an Armistice Centenary Grant of $21,137 from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Limited parking is available on site as well as some off street parking around the oval.
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