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The Knox Leisure Plan 2014-19

Sport and Leisure Planning

Leisure Policies

Council has a range of policies relating to Sport and Leisure in the municipality. These include:

For more information on our leisure policies, please contact us

Knox Leisure Plan 2014-2019

Knox City Council's Leisure Plan 2014–2019 provides a decision making framework for the provision and delivery of leisure services in the City of Knox.

Download the Knox Leisure Plan 2014-19.

Should you require further information, please contact Council’s Strategic Leisure Planner,

Recreation and Leisure Liaison Group

The Recreation and Leisure Liaison Group (RLLG) is an advisory committee of Council. The role of the RLLG is to:

  • Provide strategic advice and input relating to the development of Council’s leisure plans and policies;
  • Provide input into Council’s processes relating to sport where requested e.g. provide feedback regarding projects to be considered by Council for submission to Sport and Recreation Victoria grant programs;
  • Engage in discussion on ‘special interest’ topics as determined by Council; and
  • Participate in the ongoing consultation, review and implementation of sporting and recreational strategic documents.

Find out more information about the Recreation and Leisure Liaison Group.

Melbourne East Regional Sport and Recreation Strategy

Knox City Council, in conjunction with Boroondara, Manningham, Maroondah, Monash, Whitehorse and Yarra Ranges Councils, have developed the Melbourne East Regional Sport and Recreation Strategy, a planning document to support and guide Melbourne East Councils and stakeholders in the planning and delivery of regional level sport and recreation facilities and shared recreation trails.

The Strategy identifies the current gaps in regional facility provision and provides clear strategic directions and a planning framework to assist stakeholders and funding providers to prioritise and develop regional projects.

Download the Melbourne East Regional Sport and Recreation Strategy.

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