With the completion of Netball Central fast-approaching, an exciting opportunity has arisen with “Expressions of Interest” now open for an onsite Café.
The $35 million Netball Central facility will be the headquarters for Netball NSW including the NSW Swifts. It will house six state-of-the-art timber sprung floor courts including a netball “show court” with seating for approximately 800 people, an training and education room, additional meeting rooms, rehabilitation, physiotherapy and recovery facilities, and it will also be home to the Netball NSW Hall of Fame.
The complex will house Netball NSW staff and will attract an estimated 100,000 players, spectators and non-netball visitors to come through Netball Central on an annual basis, excluding the pedestrian traffic in the area.
Netball Central is located at 2 Olympic Boulevard at Sydney Olympic Park adjacent to the popular Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre – game day venue of the NSW Swifts – and surrounded by the Sydney International Aquatic Centre, Sydney Olympic Park Tennis and Hockey Centres, plus the GWS Giants AFL training facility.
2015 will be a landmark year for the sport of Netball in NSW, with the Sydney Olympic Park precinct to host the 2015 Netball World Cup and Netball Central has been named as venue two for this world level event.
The Café space, 100sqm [Internal 60sqm including kitchen space (20 sqm) plus External 40sqm], will be adjacent to the main thoroughfare/entry to Netball Central and will be accessible to visitors and non-visitors alike, providing an exciting business opportunity.
“Expressions of Interest” are now sought from suitably qualified operators. Individuals or corporations with a passion for service and producing fine quality food are being given the chance to lease and operate this unique Café opportunity in Sydney Olympic Park.
For details or to express your interest contact the Agent;
Ray White Wentworth Point
0418 239 300
02 9475 6436
Netball Central is funded by Communities NSW – Sport and Recreation. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of Communities NSW – Sport and Recreation.