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The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) is the largest sporting and leisure facility in the Southern Hemisphere with a world renowned reputation for hosting sporting events. Located in Albert Park, the centre’s innovative design integrates sport and leisure, providing a unique opportunity for the community to share world class facilities with elite and professional athletes.
Since opening in 1997, the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre has hosted major events including:
MSAC also demonstrates a strong commitment to the community, providing year round access to:
Visit www.msac.com.au for more information.
Since its opening in 2001, the State Netball Hockey Centre (SNHC) has been Victoria’s premier venue for netball and hockey. In October 2009, the State Netball Hockey Centre hosted ABN AMRO Men’s Champions Trophy featuring the world’s eight best hockey teams.
The State Netball Hockey Centre is located in Parkville and is home to:
Facilities available to the community include:
Visit www.snhc.com.au for more information
The MSAC Institute of Training is a Registered Training Organisation that delivers industry leading courses in sport and recreation. The MSAC Institute of Training utilises the experience, expertise and facilities of both the MSAC and SNHC.
Situated in Albert Park, adjacent to MSAC, the MSAC Institute of Training offers a wide range of vocational and professional programs in areas such as:
The MSAC Institute of Training provides a range of flexible traineeships, giving individuals the skills and experience to build a career in the sport and recreation industry. Consultancy, career management services and facility hire are available to service the industry at every level.
Visit www.msacinstitute.com.au to find out more.
When complete the State Sport Centres Trust will operate and manage Lakeside Stadium. Athletics competition facilities and Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) building are due to be completed and operational by the end of 2011.
The athletics administration building is due to be completed by the third quarter of 2012.
The Victorian Government has committed over $60M to State Sports Facilities Project (SSFP) which includes the construction of Lakeside Stadium (formerly Bob Jane Stadium) in Albert Park.
When complete, Lakside Stadium will provide a new home for athletics in Victoria with the development of facilites for training and competition at all levels. The stadium will also include administration facilities for Athletics Australia, Athletics Victoria and Australian Little Athletics, and will become the new headquarters of the VIS.
Lakeside Stadium & Warm Up Track