Glenorchy Sport and Recreation Strategy

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Glenorchy City Council invites you to help us develop the Glenorchy Sport and Recreation Strategy. The Sport and Recreation Strategy will provide a road map for the future development of sporting and recreation reserves and facilities in the City of Glenorchy, for the next 20 years.

We invite you to Have Your Say and contribute your ideas about the Glenorchy Sport and Recreation Strategy by completing one of the surveys below.

Whether you are a member, a casual or a non-user of our sport and recreation reserves and facilities, whether you prefer walking your dog, biking or bushwalking. We want to hear from you.

Help us understand what you think are the most important aspects of sport and recreation in the City of Glenorchy. Have your say today.

This consultation is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated.

The Sport and Recreation Strategy will produce a new vision for sport and recreation facilities and services in Glenorchy. In developing this vision, the Strategy will answer the following questions:

  • Where are we now?
  • Where are we going?
  • Where do we want to be (and by when)?
  • How do we get from here to there?
  • How do we measure our progress?

Council has engaged Otium Planning Group (Sport and Leisure Planning Consultancy) to prepare the Strategy. Otium will also be undertaking interviews and workshops with key stakeholders over the coming months.

Photos: Kelvin Ball

Glenorchy City Council invites you to help us develop the Glenorchy Sport and Recreation Strategy. The Sport and Recreation Strategy will provide a road map for the future development of sporting and recreation reserves and facilities in the City of Glenorchy, for the next 20 years.

We invite you to Have Your Say and contribute your ideas about the Glenorchy Sport and Recreation Strategy by completing one of the surveys below.

Whether you are a member, a casual or a non-user of our sport and recreation reserves and facilities, whether you prefer walking your dog, biking or bushwalking. We want to hear from you.

Help us understand what you think are the most important aspects of sport and recreation in the City of Glenorchy. Have your say today.

This consultation is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated.

The Sport and Recreation Strategy will produce a new vision for sport and recreation facilities and services in Glenorchy. In developing this vision, the Strategy will answer the following questions:

  • Where are we now?
  • Where are we going?
  • Where do we want to be (and by when)?
  • How do we get from here to there?
  • How do we measure our progress?

Council has engaged Otium Planning Group (Sport and Leisure Planning Consultancy) to prepare the Strategy. Otium will also be undertaking interviews and workshops with key stakeholders over the coming months.

Photos: Kelvin Ball

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Glenorchy City Council is preparing a Sport and Recreation Strategy. The Strategy will deliver a road map for the future development of sporting and active recreation reserves and facilities for the next 20 years. 

    As a community member we invite you to take a few minutes to complete this survey. It will take about 5-10 minutes.

    Your input will help ensure we have a clearer understanding of the community's views about sport and recreation in Glenorchy. 

    Please submit your survey by Friday 23 April 2021. 

    If you have any enquiries about this survey, please contact Melanie Fazackerley, Community Engagement Officer on (03) 6216 6800. 

    Thank you for contributing to this important community project.


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    Sport is an important part of the Glenorchy lifestyle.

    Glenorchy City Council is preparing a Sport and Recreation Strategy for the municipality. The Strategy will:

    • provide a snapshot of current facility provision, 
    • examine influencing factors (such as population change and trends)
    • provide information and recommendations to inform future plans for Councils and Funding Agencies. 

    Consultants Otium Planning Group have been engaged to develop the strategy and undertake a study about the sporting and active recreation reserves and facilities in Glenorchy and their availability for different uses from casual community use to elite participation.

    This schools survey is an important part of the study process.

    Your feedback will give Glenorchy City Council a clearer understanding of your schools use of sports facilities, and your views about current and future needs. 

    If you have any enquiries about this survey, please contact Melanie Fazackerley, Community Engagement Officer on (03) 6216 6800. 

    Please complete this survey by 9 am Monday 3rd May 2021.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Sport is an important part of Glenorchy lifestyle.

    Glenorchy City Council is preparing a Sport and Recreation Strategy for the municipality. The Strategy will:

    • provide a snapshot of current facility provision, 
    • examine influencing factors (such as population change and trends)
    • provide information and recommendations to inform future plans for Councils and Funding Agencies. 

    Consultants Otium Planning Group have been engaged to develop the strategy and undertake a study about the sporting and active recreation reserves and facilities in Glenorchy and their availability for different uses from casual community use to elite participation.

    This club/association survey is an important part of the study process.

    Your feedback will give Glenorchy City Council a clearer understanding of your organisation's use of sports facilities, and your views about current and future needs. 

    If you have any enquiries about this survey, please contact Melanie Fazackerley, Community Engagement Officer on (03) 6216 6800. 

    Please complete this survey by 9 am Monday 3 May 2021.


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