Webber Reserve Sport Floodlight Upgrades

Webber Reserve is receiving LED upgrades to its Sport Floodlighting

Project Information

As part of the City of Melville’s Active Reserve Infrastructure Strategy (ARIS), Webber Reserve will be receiving LED sports floodlighting upgrades and improvements. 

The works will see the current partial floodlight footprint extended with the removal of the three (3) pre-existing floodlight towers and installation of four (4) new LED towers to meet current Australian Standards. Extending capacity of use, support predicted growth and participation and the enhancement of the recent change room renewal.

This project will provide further opportunities and flexibility for the community to partake in physical activity whilst easing demand across our nearing capacity active reserves, increased passive recreation opportunities in the evenings (such as dog walking and jogging) and enhanced community safety around current and surrounding infrastructure.

The City of Melville has awarded a contract of electrical services to Norman, Disney and Young with contract for the supply and install awarded to Stiles Electrical Services.

At this time the City is currently working with the awarded contract holders on details (i.e. schedule of works, timeframe, minimising impact to users etc.) for the upcoming install. Further updates will be regularly provided on this webpage with additional communications to the allocated sporting clubs and local residents. 


Construction CommencementAugust 2021
CompletionDecember 2021

*Please note these dates are subject to change

Contact Details

Recreation Development ContactPlease 9364 066 via Customer Relations and ask for Hazel Turner



Webber Reserve
30 Hodge Street, Willagee 6156 Get Directions

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