Tuggerah Sports Fields in all its green glory!

Our Hunter Division recently completed the Tuggerah and 10 other sports fields through the Central Coast for NSW Public Works (and Central Coast Council).

The recent upgrade has made the fields one of the most modern and state-of-the-art sporting facilities in the area.

Led by Regional Manager James Brown & Project Manager Liam Kenneally, our construction team and partner subcontractors worked hard to coordinate each aspect, ensuring quality amenity and optimum playing surfaces were delivered for the communities.


The new sporting fields boast a range of features that make them an ideal location for sporting events of all kinds. The fields themselves have been completely resurfaced and are now made from a high-quality synthetic turf, which is more durable and longer-lasting than traditional grass.

In addition, the fields also have a range of amenities for players and spectators alike. New lighting system have been implemented which means that games can be played at night.

Overall, the new Tuggerah Sports Fields are a welcome addition to the Central Coast region, offering top-notch facilities for a wide range of sporting activities. And now, the training ground for a FIFA women’s World Cup team.

Congratulations to all involved!

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