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JUGGLING OVALS

Does anyone really enjoy delivering a tricky sports field reconstruction? Probably not, but everyone loves to hear about them. Here’s one that has all the bells and whistles: a four metre difference in levels (that’s not a typo), the need to keep part of the playing surface available throughout construction, and the too-common issue about there not being enough water to ensure establishment…

This story is set in the Shire of Kalamunda, best described by the Shire’s President, Andrew Wadell. “We’re roughly 24 kilometres east of Perth in the hills, with a population of 60,000 across an areas of 350 square kilometres. The project was based on the Kostera Oval precinct which is over 100 years old and had been used as a race track and for agricultural shows.”

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