Changes to facilities and events
Information on this page:
- Senior citizens centres
- Family and community centres
- Playgrounds, parks and other recreational facilities
- Gym memberships
- Bunjil Place
- Citizenship ceremonies
Most facilities in the City of Casey are closed until further notice.
As the Victorian State Government eases coronavirus restrictions, the City of Casey will be re-opening certain facilities. Details of the facilities which Council is expected to re-open in the coming weeks are listed below.
All facilities are subject to the current State Government regulations (maximum 10 people) and social distancing guidelines.
The following facilities have re-opened with updates to their services:
The following facilities remain closed until further notice:
- The Shed Skatepark (expected to re-open to the public from 22 June)
- Casey ARC (expected to re-open to the public from 15 June. Health Club and 50m lap pool from 25 June)
- Casey RACE (Health Club re-opening 25 June. Aquatics will remain closed for retiling works)
- Casey Stadium
- Berwick Leisure Centre
- Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre (Health Club to re-open 25 June)
- Doveton Pool in the Park
- All Sports Pavilions
- Public Halls
- Men's Sheds
- Olive Road Sporting Complex (outdoor courts re-opened)
Senior citizen centres
The following senior citizen centres are closed:
- 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
Measures are in place with the shutdown of all non-essential activity across our state to combat the spread of coronavirus. Most of our facilities remain closed until further notice.
Facilities available for existing hires from 1 June
Some facilities are available for existing hires only from 1 June:
- Selandra Community Hub
- Manna Gum Family and Community Centre
- Strathaird Family and Community Centre
- Mayone-bulluk Family and Community Centre
- Arthur Wren Hall
Visit our facilities for hire page for further details.
Playgrounds, parks and other recreational facilities
Public playgrounds, outdoor gyms and skateparks are now open.
People should not gather in groups of more than 10 and stay 1.5 metres apart from others where possible.
To report non-compliance, contact the COVID hotline (1800 675 398) and select #4. This is then triaged by police and responded to based on priority.
Gym memberships to Casey ARC, Casey RACE and the Endeavour Hills Leisure Centre have been placed on free suspension for the duration of the lockdown. Members do not need to contact their centre as suspensions have been applied automatically. Health Clubs at these facilities will re-open on 25 June.
Several events over the coming months have been either cancelled or postponed, and are being reviewed as per advice received from the Victorian Government.
A list of events that have been cancelled across the City of Casey is available.
The City of Casey will not host any upcoming citizenship ceremonies until further notice.
If you have registered to participate in an upcoming citizenship ceremony at Bunjil Place, you will be contacted directly.
If you have enquires regarding the scheduling of a new ceremony or alternatives in gaining your citizenship certificate please contact the Department of Home Affairs on 131 881.
We’re happy to announce that the Gallery, Box Office, Library, Café and Customer Service will reopen on Wednesday 1 July. Opening hours will be adjusted and certain safety protocols will be required.
Please refer to the Bunjil Place website for all information regarding the precinct and upcoming events.