Mildura Sporting Precinct

The Mildura Sporting Precinct (formerly known as the Mildura South Regional Sporting Precinct) has for the first time, provided a central home for a number of indoor sporting user groups in the district. These groups generate the equivalent of an estimated 200,000 venue visitations each year. The facility will provide a venue for major events including concerts and regional and national sporting events. It will also accommodate the need for community open space and passive leisure activities in the Mildura South area - one of our region’s main residential growth corridors. The Precinct includes a café to cater for users of the sporting facilities and local residents.

This initiative is part of the Mildura Future Ready strategy

Construction of the precinct's first stage was completed on 30 July 2021 and is located on the corner of Deakin Avenue and Sixteenth Street. Funding to complete Stage 2 of construction was secured in the Victorian Budget 2021-22.


The $47.4 million Mildura Sporting Precinct was jointly funded by The Australian Government, The Victorian Government, Mildura Rural City Council, AFL, Cricket Victoria and local user groups. The first stage of construction was completed on July 30 2021. The project's second stage is due to be completed by the end of 2023.

Funding breakdown  Amount 
Australian Government $18.8 million 
Victorian Government                                                  $13.9 million
Mildura Rural City Council $13.7 million 
AFL/Cricket $525,000
Community Contributions $484,060
 Total  $47.4 million 

Stage 2

Stage 2 works are currently underway with project completion by the end of 2023.