A variety of community sports are played in Albert Park. There are teams for all ages and abilities, with opportunities for social sport and competitive team sport.
Community (amateur) sports played within Albert Park include athletics, Australian rules football, baseball, cricket, frisbee, Gaelic football, hockey, rowing, rugby union, sailing, soccer, tennis, and touch football – and more.
Many clubs are members of the Albert Park Community Sporting Tenants Association. The Association may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are currently 20 sporting fields (see the Albert Park visitor guide (PDF) for a map), which accommodate around 42 clubs and host numerous local interstate and international sporting events. Community (amateur) sports played within Albert Park include Athletics, Australian Rules Football, Baseball, Cricket, Frisbee, Gaelic Football, Hockey, Rowing, Rugby Union, Sailing, Soccer, Tennis, and Touch Football – and more.
There are teams for all ages, genders, and abilities, and many opportunities for individual sport and social sport as well as competitive team sport. See the Albert Park community sport club contact list (PDF).
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Change of Conditions
Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.
Covid-19 Testing Site Relocation: Pit Lane Aughtie Drive to Aughtie Walk Albert ParkThe Pit Lane, Aughtie Drive testing site is relocating to the Aughtie Walk. This facility is being established by the Department of Health (DH).The facility will take up a portion of Aughtie Walk, there will be ample traffic management and direction in the surrounding area, and will be cordoned off from the general public, with security officers in attendance onsite at all times.The sporting facilities and the surrounding park will still be available for use by the community during this time.For further information about this and other testing sites, please visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/where-get-tested-covid-19
Attachments: Testing Site Comms- Aughtie Walk (455KB)
Notices Affecting Multiple Sites
Covid-19 Testing Site: Pit Lane Aughtie Drive – Albert ParkThe Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre testing site is soon relocating to the Pit Lane, Aughtie Drive. This facility is being established by the Department of Health (DH).The facility will take up a portion of the pit lane. There will be ample traffic management and direction in the surrounding area, and will be cordoned off from the general public, with security officers in attendance onsite at all times.The sporting facilities and the surrounding park will still be available for use by the community during this time. The below attachment outlines the change of conditions including traffic changes.For further information about this and other testing sites, please visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/where-get-tested-covid-19
Attachments: Covid-19-Testing-site-relocation-and-road-conditions-Albert-Park (1,178KB)
Australian Grand Prix Corporation: Planned Civil Works Notification - UpdateDear Albert Park Users,Please see attached an updated notification from the Australian Grand Prix Corporation regarding the current civil works in Albert Park.Lakeside Drive will now remain closed until Friday 21 May 2021, with further detail of the project and road closure schedules available via the http://grandprix.com.au/community page.Please do not hesitate to contact the Australian Grand Prix Corporation – Community Relations Team or Parks Victoria if you have any questions regarding this.AGPC Community Relations - email@example.comKind Regards,Albert Park OfficeAlbert Park, Albert Reserve & Westgate ParkT (03) 8427 2010Parks Victoria15A Aughtie Drive, Albert Park VIC 3206
Attachments: Albert Park Circuit Modifications Road Closure Update Letter 7 April - APPROVED (129KB)