Roseville Park pavilion and cricket nets

Roseville park tennis pavillion  

Roseville Park is a significant district park comprising of Roseville Park Oval, 7 tennis courts, a playground, a fenced dog off-leash area, open parkland and the heritage-listed Firs Estate Cottage.

In 2015 Council adopted a masterplan for the park, which proposed a new tennis pavilion and cricket nets. 

Roseville Park masterplan(PDF, 1MB)

Scope of the project

The new single-storey building provides an accessible centrally located community pavilion for Roseville Park with office, storage, kitchenette and toilet facilities. 

The new pavilion has a lofty open plan interior and a generous covered multi-use forecourt which overlook adjoining tennis courts and oval areas. Concrete bleachers and low wide brick walls provide spectator seating for easy viewing of surrounding park activities. Other additional amenity and public safety improvements include new area lighting, the undergrounding of overhead power lines which crossed the park and the construction of 2 new fully enclosed cricket practice nets adjacent to the tennis pavilion.

Completed in March 2021 this multi-faceted project marks an initial stage in the progressive implementation of the Roseville Park masterplan. 

Roseville Park tennis pavilion concept plan(PDF, 686KB)


Conctact Warwick Brown, Project Manager 9424 0842 or