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See Council's latest advice on COVID-19.

Community facilities

Shut down of Casey facilities

Victorian State Government has implemented a shutdown of all non-essential activity across our state to combat the spread of coronavirus. The following facilities are now closed until further notice:

  • Myuna Farm
  • The Shed Skatepark
  • Olive Road Sporting Complex
  • Casey ARC
  • Casey RACE
  • Casey Stadium
  • Berwick Leisure Centre
  • Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre
  • Doveton Pool in the Park
  • Old Cheese Factory
  • Wilson Botanic Park Berwick
  • All Sports Pavilions
  • Public Halls
  • Men’s Sheds
  • The Factory Rehearsal Centre for the Arts

Playgrounds, parks and other outdoor recreational facilities 

All playgrounds and parks in the City of Casey have been temporarily closed, and signage is in the process of being erected at each site, including skate parks and outdoor gym equipment.

To report non-compliance, people need to contact the COVID hotline (1800 675 398) and select #4. This is then triaged by police and responded to based on priority. 

Senior Citizen Centre closures

The following senior citizen centres (and one hall) have been closed from today until further notice:

  • Doveton Senior Citizens Centre
  • Hallam Senior Citizens Centre
  • Narre Warren Senior Citizens Centre
  • Hampton Park Senior Citizens Centre
  • Cranbourne Senior Citizens Centre
  • Berwick Senior Citizens Centre
  • John Pandazopoulos Hall

Family and Community centres

Please see below for a list of Council's facilities and community centres where programs and services have been cancelled.

You can visit the individual sites web page for further information.