The fence is up!

 The completed fence at the corner of Reserve and Gooding streets At long last, our Tennis Corner fence is up. It took some dedicated effort from our local team and YNAG members, yet it has brought a much needed uplift to a previously neglected central area of our town. Here...

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Hall and Rec Committee

The Yallourn North Hall and Recreation Reserve committee (YNHRR) combine the local Hall and grounds, as well as the Cricket, Junior Footy, and Tennis clubs. We oversee the reserve and hall area in the centre of town on Reserve Street. The Hall and Rec Reserve has recently received significant capital expenditure and upgrades, and we work together...

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George Bates Reserve

Off Howlett Road on the way to Lake Narracan is the town’s premiere Football and Netball facility. Established in 1980 as a replacement to Yallourn’s No1 Oval, this premier facility supports the Yallourn North community and its visitors well. A full size oval is nestled amongst the local Stringy Bark trees...

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Monash Hall and McGregor Reserve

Monash Hall and McGregor Reserve is a multi-use facility in the centre of the township with the town’s prominent Hall at its forefront. It also encompasses the Cricket Club, Junior Football Club and Tennis Court facilities to the rear and side. And is overseen by the volunteer Hall and Rec committee. The hall...

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Lions Park

This Bicentenary reserve founded by the former Yallourn North Lions Club, is now a central playground and BBQ facility. Picnic tables and all-abilities toilet facilities are also present. Being centrally located, it abuts the local shopping area, bowls club, and is opposite the local Hall and Recreation Reserve. Australia Day...

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Connan Scout Camp

Nestled in the foothills of Tyers Park and surrounded by the Tyers River, this prestige getaway location is popular by scouts and city folk alike. It covers over 40 hectares of natural parkland, as well as being on the border of a disused quarry that is frequented by abseilers. There are...

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