Tier 3 Priority Advocacy Projects

Aerial view of Royal Park Buninyong

Projects of Local Significance

The City of Ballarat is advocating for projects of local significance which will enhance the everyday lives of residents through new and improved walking trails and wetlands, play spaces, sporting facilities and community hubs.  

They will bring social, health and wellbeing benefits and improve local community connections.

For more information about Tier 3 projects, download the City of Ballarat Priority Projects Advocacy Overview Document.

Eureka Electorate   

  • Royal Park Community Hub, Buninyong stage two  
  • Buninyong Skate Park Upgrade  
  • Brown Hill Reserve Redevelopment 

Ripon Electorate   

  • Learmonth Skate Facility and 3x3 Basketball Courts 
  • Miners Rest Aquatic Play Space 
  • Miners Rest Skate Facility and 3x3 Basketball Court 
  • Miners Rest Sport and Community Facilities  

Wendouree Electorate   

  • See part funded and funded projects lists on this page 

Part Funded - Ongoing Advocacy

  • Ballarat Soccer Club Facilities Upgrade - pitch resurfacing and clubrooms, stage two  ($500,000 Victorian Government, City of Ballarat $725,618)
  • Learmonth Oval Upgrades – ($250,000 Victorian Government via the Local Sports Infrastructure Fund for netball courts and lighting). 


  • Redan Wetlands Revitalisation - loop path and bridges along the Yarrowee Trail  - ($1.89 million Australian Government)
  • Marty Busch Reserve – oval 2 surface and lighting upgrade, new community facility/changerooms, criterium track – ($8.4 million Victorian Government)
  • Brown Hill Reserve Redevelopment – redevelopment of the Brown Hill Reserve following finalisation of a master plan for the site- ($1 million Victorian Government)