Broadford State Motorcycle Sports Complex Expansion Feasibility Study

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Consultation for this stage of the project has concluded.

A rider at the Broadford track

The Broadford State Motorcycling Sports Centre Expansion Feasibility Study process has now been completed.

Following community consultation in October 2019, the feedback, responses, and survey information was collected from a range of stakeholder including community members, local businesses, SMSC complex uses and regulatory agencies and authorities. This information was reviewed and helped inform the Expansion Feasibility Report.

A detailed report into the outcomes of the consultation process, ‘Broadford SMSC Expansion Feasibility Study – Consultation Findings Summary Report’ is now available.


Earlier

Businesses and community members are being invited to provide input on a study about the possible expansion of the State Motorcycle Sports Complex in Broadford.

The study identifies the need for enhanced facilities and a wider variety of uses. It has identified four options including track expansion, increasing the number of operating days, introducing some twilight sessions and changing noise and planning requirements.

Get involved

You can get involved and find out more by viewing the information here or attending a listening post. Businesses are also encouraged to attend a special business workshop discussion.

Funding partners

The feasibility study is funded by Mitchell Shire Council, Motorcycling Victoria and the Victorian Government.

Submissions and surveys close on 29 October 2019.

The Broadford State Motorcycling Sports Centre Expansion Feasibility Study process has now been completed.

Following community consultation in October 2019, the feedback, responses, and survey information was collected from a range of stakeholder including community members, local businesses, SMSC complex uses and regulatory agencies and authorities. This information was reviewed and helped inform the Expansion Feasibility Report.

A detailed report into the outcomes of the consultation process, ‘Broadford SMSC Expansion Feasibility Study – Consultation Findings Summary Report’ is now available.


Earlier

Businesses and community members are being invited to provide input on a study about the possible expansion of the State Motorcycle Sports Complex in Broadford.

The study identifies the need for enhanced facilities and a wider variety of uses. It has identified four options including track expansion, increasing the number of operating days, introducing some twilight sessions and changing noise and planning requirements.

Get involved

You can get involved and find out more by viewing the information here or attending a listening post. Businesses are also encouraged to attend a special business workshop discussion.

Funding partners

The feasibility study is funded by Mitchell Shire Council, Motorcycling Victoria and the Victorian Government.

Submissions and surveys close on 29 October 2019.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Online survey

    You can take part in our online survey here. 

    Prefer hard copy?
    • Download and print a hard copy survey form from this website.
    • Pick up a hard copy survey from a Customer and Library Service Centre in Broadford, Kilmore, Seymour or Wallan.
    • Send us a written submission by email to mitchell@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or mail to Mitchell Shire Council, Reply Paid 70358 - Broadford State Motorcycle Sports Complex, 113 High Street, Broadford, Vic, 3658 (no stamp required)
    • Drop a hard copy survey to our Customer and Library Service Centres
    Survey closes 9am, Tuesday 29 October 2019.

    Consultation for this stage of the project has concluded.
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    You can make an online submission by completing the form here. You can also send submissions by email or mail. 

    Submissions need to be received by 9am, Tuesday 29  October 2019.

    Consultation for this stage of the project has concluded.
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