Projects/Building Upgrade

Building Improvements

ARC Campbelltown - Air Conditioning - To install air conditioning to Courts 3 to 5.  This will allow extended use of both sides of the court and ensure the health and well being of all users.

ARC Campbelltown - Aquatic Family Room - Provision of toilets and showers in the family changeroom.  This will provide a safe place for parents and children enabling families to move through changing facilities quicker.

Brookside Cellars, Tranmere – Improvements - General improvements to better accommodate future events and users.

Campbelltown Art House Verandah - To install a verandah which will provide an additional workable space for a number of community groups and programs currently using this high demand location.

Library Building Upgrades - Children's Area -To install sound damping panels for the children's area to absorb the sound from this popular and well used space. This will support other quiet areas in the library.

Padulesi Park - Toilet Facility - Provision of a public toilet facility to support the local community using the reserve as well as members of the Community Garden.

Foxfield Oval Hall - Floor Replacement - To replace the flooring following arson and flood damage to ensure safety for users of this popular venue.

Hectorville Community Centre - Kitchen and Roof Replacement - To replace existing applicances and facilities and refurbish the ceiling and roof.

King George Hall (Magill) - Building Improvements - To repair the crack sealing and to paint the building both externally and internally.

Magill Guide Hall - External Painting - To paint all external surfaces to eliminate ongoing maintenance issues and protect the building.

Magill Scout Hall (Woodforde Road, Magill) - Roof Replacement - Investigation of the roof frame for structural adequacy and to replace the roof sheeting.

Hectorville Sports and Community Club Redevelopment  

This project has evolved from the construction of female changerooms and now involves upgrading the existing facility whilst establishing female changerooms. The facility will be more inclusive and accessible for user groups and the community in general.

The redevelopment design will include: 

• Viewing balcony
• Staircase
• Female compliant changerooms
• Umpire changerooms
• Reconfigured kitchen and bar
• Increased function space area
• Relocation of lift improving accessibility and inclusivity
• First Aid Room
• Improved Canteen Facilities
• Upgrade to outdoor accessible public amenities.

Parks and Reserves

Thorndon Park - Outdoor Exercise Equipment for Older People - To install a range of exercise equipment at Thorndon Park for older community members.

Thorndon Park - Shelter, Table and Chairs - To install a new shelter, two tables and four chairs/benches at Thorndon Park to hire out for small events

Rosemary Avenue Reserve Athelstone - To replace playground equipment including soft fall, signage, picnic tables and seats as identified through a community consultation process.

Melba Court Reserve Hectorville - Improvements - To undertake improvements at the Reserve as identified through a community consultation process including extending the existing playground with a Nature Play area, picnic table and shelter, seating, bins, upgraded signage, perimeter pathways and landscaping works.

Daly Oval - Path Extension - Extension of this path to allow for a connection along the northern section of the reserve through to the tennis courts and to Fisher Street, which will promote a healthy lifestyle for our community in particular the older residents who reside next to the oval. 

Fourth Creek Trail Improvements - Improvements to trail connectivity, amenity and biodiversity corridor within Campbelltown. Achieved through landscape works, fencing, boardwalks, signage, landscape furniture, drink fountains and better design. This includes $100,000 from Council's Master Plan allocation and $170,000 State Government grant from the Open Space and Places for People Grant Fund.

Padulesi Park - Lighting - Provision of solar lighting along the northern path increasing safety after dark while also supporting the Community Garden and adjoining residents with added security.

Thorndon Park - Super Playground Consultation and Concept Plan - Consultation is to consider a large state of the art playground, which would enhance the visitor experience and be in line with making Campbelltown a destination. 

Thorndon Park Bird Refuge - To reintroduce a Bird Refuge Island (most likely a floating type of refuge anchored in the lake or ponds), at Thorndon Park to provide a safe area for bird populations from predators.

Campbelltown Memorial Oval Bore - Reinstatement of the existing bore to reduce reliance on mains water.

Fox Avenue Reserve Playground Upgrade - Upgrade the existing playground equipment at Fox Avenue Reserve.

Greenglade Drive Playground Improvements  - Provide new and improved playground equipment and path.

Murray Park Playground Upgrade - Upgrade the existing playground equipment.

River Torrens Linear Park - Shared Path Upgrade (continuation) - Replacement of Linear Park Bitumen path providing wider and safer paths for pedestrians and bike riders. This also includes $20,800 in grants, which are funded by the State Local Government Infrastructure Partnership.

Thorndon Park Deck Replacement - Renew two round decks on lakes. This also includes $17,000 in grants to be provided by the State Government. 


Sesquicentennial Year Project - Avenue of 150 Trees - To develop a historical publication on the early history of Campbelltown to celebrate the Sesquicentennial Year.


Hextall Avenue Tranmere - Stormwater Drainage - To construct an underground drainage detention system to address flooding at the intersection of Hextall Avenue and Emerson Grove Tranmere.

Max Amber Sportsfield Irrigation - Detail Design of Expanded Pipework - To prepare a detailed design and cost analysis to expand the existing pipework at the Aquifer Recharge and Recovery Scheme at Max Amber Sportsfield to irrigate the Steve Woodcock Sports Centre

Flood Damage and Creek Repairs

Leabrook & Forest Intersection - Clearing out of under bridge to restore hydraulic capacity.

Other Projects

Campbelltown Village Improvements (part of the Campbelltown Village Masterplan) - Undergrounding overhead power lines and improving the streetscape (ie tree plantings, signs and public art).

Variable Messaging Signs - To purchase 2 variable messaging signs to enable Council to more efficiently and cost effectively communicate upcoming road closures, works, events and other important information to the community. Note that this option is cheaper than hiring the signs for short periods. 

Magill Village Improvements - New - Council has partnered with Burnside Council and SA Power Networks to underground electricity cables and undertake civil and landscape improvements as per the Magill Village Master Plan.

Once completed, the project will significantly improve the visual appearance and appeal of the Magill Village area. The rejuvenated are will encourage more patronage for shops and services, leading to improvements in the local economy.

$1,038,000 is funded through the Master Plan funding allocation.

Campbelltown Village Improvements - Council is upgrading the Campbelltown Village precinct to improve the amenity of the public realm and streetscape. After undergrounding the power lines Council will upgrade and widen the footpaths, undertake tree planting and other landscaping, and install public art, signage and street furniture. 

Purchase of Rubbish Bins - In accordance with Council’s Waste Management Policy, Council has resolved to allocate $45,000 in 2019/2020 to fund the purchase of bins for new properties from its ongoing capital program.

Industrial Precinct Signage - To install signs listing businesses in industrial precincts in Newton and Magill as per Council's Signage and Wayfinding Strategy to support the promotion of local businesses.

Magill Village Works -  Council has partnered with Burnside Council to underground electricity cables and undertake civil and landscape improvements as per the Magill Village Master Plan. Once completed, the project will significantly improve the visual appearance and appeal of the Magill Village area. 

Woodforde Road, Magill - Traffic Control - Installation of a permanent solid median island at the intersection of Woodforde Road and Norton Summit Road, Magill. This includes providing greater safety at this busy intersection, provision for bike lane connectivity and upgraded street lighting.

Church Road, Campbelltown - Traffic Improvements - To improve traffic safety with the installation of traffic control devices aimed at reducing speed limits along the full length of the road.

Sycamore Terrace, Campbelltown - Shared Bike & Pedestrian Path - Installation of a shared Footpath/Bike Way on the North West side of Sycamore Terrace, Campbelltown. This footpath will provide an important link for bicycle users and children attending East Marden Primary School.

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