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Casey Fields is a 70 hectare site in Cranbourne East, that has been developed by the City of Casey as the premier sports facility in Melbourne's south east, and has the potential to rival the famous Albert Park, the faciclity features a broad range of active and passive recreation opportunities for the entire region.
Upon completion Casey Fields will contain:
With future proposed developments that include:
The Casey Scorpions Football Club have use of the VFL oval and it is available to them 12 months of the year, as no cricket is played on this oval.
The $4.2 million facility was officially opened on On Saturday 29 April 2006 by the Hon Steve Bracks, Premier of Victoria.
The ground has access to recycled water, so it is always maintained to the highest of standards.
Over the pre-season before the 2008 season, the lights at the VFL oval were upgraded from the original 50 lux, to 230 lux. This gives the Scorpions the opportunity to play night football, something that can become a real feature for the Scorpions. The light towers stand 33 metres above the ground. Each of the 4 towers now contain 15 bulbs instead of the previous 4.
Please be aware that the Casey Fields VFL Pavillion has a No Dogs Allowed Policy.
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