Seabrook Reserve Upgrade

  • Project statusCompleted
  • Project value$20 million
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Seabrook Reserve has undergone a major $20 million upgrade.   

What we're doing

The upgrades will improve the range of sporting and recreational opportunities available for the community to play, relax, explore and exercise, including:  

  • State Rugby League and Community Centre (pavilion) with female-friendly amenities
  • upgraded sporting facilities including Rugby League pitches and Touch Football fields
  • a new playground
  • picnic furniture and facilities
  • public toilets
  • outdoor exercise equipment
  • improved path connections, a new pedestrian bridge and circuit shared path
  • new lighting, parking and local road access to improve accessibility
  • creek re-vegetation, local habitat enhancement and water sensitive urban design to improve run off and water quality in the creek.

The reserve now includes a new training and administration base for NRL Victoria and Touch Football Victoria and will remain the home for local club Northern Thunder. 


Following community consultation, a Masterplan was adopted in 2019. In December 2020, further communication consultation was undertaken on the proposed playspace and landscaping. This involved a short 3-5 minute survey asking community what they liked about the concept plan and what needed to change. This feedback was used to draw up the final design for the play space, landscaping and recreation facilities which was finalised in July 2021.

When will it be completed?

Construction was completed in 2024. 


This project has been delivered in partnership between Hume City Council, NRL Victoria, Melbourne Storm and the Victorian Government.


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