The new Indented Head Tennis Court and Basketball Facility was officially opened on Wednesday, 7 April by City of Greater Geelong Councillor Jim Mason, Bellarine Bayside CEO Bruce Elliot and Indented Head Community Association Secretary Ingrid Novosel.
The facility has been entirely rebuilt and features a state-of-the-art Rebound Ace Synpave surface on a new concrete base, two basketball towers, and modern standard fencing.
The new facility has been delivered in part via a $66,000 City of Greater Geelong grant to the Indented Head Community Association, with Bellarine Bayside also providing funds and in-kind project management.
In addition, Bellarine Bayside engaged Billy-Jay O’Toole, a proud Wadawurrung man and artist, to design artwork for integration into the outskirts of the court.
The artwork, titled Bellawiyn, tells the story of the local area:
Bunjil creator of Wadawurrung country. Bellawiyn a place to come together rejoice, walk, connect, fish, be active and feel peace.
The new Indented Head Tennis Court and Basketball Facility is on the coastal reserve in Wrathall Reserve, Indented Head. It is open for use during daylight hours, and everyone is encouraged to check it out.