Hawkesbury Sports Council

Hawkesbury City Council delegates the care, control, management and development of sporting facilities in the region to the Hawkesbury Sports Council so that decisions regarding resource allocation for sports facilities are made by the sporting public.

The Hawkesbury Sports Council was formed at a public meetings in 1990, under the guidance of Hawkesbury City Council, and was incorporated in January 1992 to be representative of the sporting community and specifically to undertake the control of active sporting facilities in the region.

The Sports Council receives an annual budget from Hawkesbury City Council, collects and retains all hire fees, applies for any available grants and employs it's own contractors to carry out maintenance of facilities.

The Hawkesbury Sports Council can be contacted at:

Office: 2 Stewart Street, South Windsor 2756

Phone: (02) 4578 8504 (9.30 am to 4.30 pm - Monday to Friday)

Fax: (02) 4578 8323


Ground Closures

Ground Closures as at  Monday 30th January, 2023.  Ground closures will be updated by 2pm as required.                          

All ground usage is subject to inspection prior to use and User Groups will be held financially responsible for damage to the grounds through misuse.

Prior to ground usage being approved all the usual requirements need to be met by winter user groups. These being:-

  1. The submission of a ground hire form
  2. The updating of all outstanding keys.
  3. The provision of insurance documentation.
Bensons 1Closed 
Bensons BaseballClosed 
Bensons 2Closed 
Bensons 3Closed 
Bensons 4Closed 
Bensons 5 Turf WicketClosed 
Bensons 6Closed 
Bensons 6 Cricket Practice NetsClosed 
Bensons 7Closed 
Owen EarleClosed 
Bensons Cricket Turf Nets Closed 
Bensons Cricket Synthetic NetsClosed 
David Bertenshaw FieldClosed 
Berger RoadClosed 
Bounty ReserveClosed 
Bounty Reserve Practice NetsClosed 
Breakaways 1Closed 
Breakaways 2Closed 
Breakaways PracticeNetsClosed 
Brinsley Practice NetsClosed 
Colbee BMXClosed 
Colbee Baseball Closed 
Colbee Cricket / SoccerClosed 
Colonial ReserveClosed 
Don’t Worry OvalClosed 
Don't Worry Oval Practice NetsClosed 
Glossodia ParkClosed 
Icely ParkClosed 
McQuade OvalClosed 
Mileham Street NetballOpenSubject to club inspecting field prior to use
Oakville OvalClosed 
Peel ParkClosed 
Powell Park TennisOpenSubject to club inspecting field prior to use
Richmond OvalClosed 
Sth Windsor Training CourtsOpenFor rostered clubs only.  
Tamplin FieldClosed 
Turnbull OvalClosed 
Turnbull Oval Practice NetsClosed 
Turnbull All Weather Tennis CourtsOpenSubject to club inspecting field prior to use
Turnbull Oval Grass Netball CourtsClosed 
Vineyard Oval Closed 
Woodbury Reserve   Closed 
Woodbury Reserve Practice NetsClosed 
Woodlands I & IIClosed 
Woodlands Practice NetsClosed 
Hawkesbury Sporting Profile

The Hawkesbury has 23 sporting fields, reserves and ovals which include:

  • Bensons Complex
  • Berger Reserve
  • Bounty Reserve
  • Breakaways
  • Brinsley Park
  • Colbee Park
  • Colonial Reserve
  • Deerubbin Park
  • Don't Worry Oval
  • Glossodia Park
  • Icely Park
  • McQuade Park
  • Mileham Netball
  • Oakville Oval
  • Peel Park
  • Powell Park
  • Richmond Oval
  • Tamplin Field
  • Turnbull Oval
  • Vineyard Park
  • Woodbury Estate
  • Woodlands Park

The sporting grounds are located in:

  • Bligh park
  • Freemans Reach
  • Glossodia
  • Hobartville
  • Kurrajong Heights
  • McGraths Hill
  • North Richmond
  • Oakville
  • Pitt Town
  • Richmond
  • South Windsor
  • Vineyard
  • Wilberforce
  • Windsor

Click here to view the details of each sporting field.

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