Pavillion provides state of the art facility


Contruction of a multi use shed at the Shepparton Showgrounds has been completed.

The Shepparton Showground is now the home for a state of the art cattle pavilion, as part of a major redevelopment.
The $1.75 million pavilion is described as a multi use shed and is part of the master plan for the site.
The 100 m long, 25 m wide building has four compartments which provide a total floor area of 2500sqm and has a clear height of five meters.
The compartments can be used as separate spaces or a single large space.
The new pavilion has been constructed along the eastern Archer St perimeter of the showgrounds and replaces the Jack Wall, Phillips and Northern cattle pavilions and the T. R. Trewin goat pavilion.
Construction works as part of the development of the site have also included moving the grandstand and the construction of the McIntosh Centre.
Removal of the buildings along High St and the construction of amenities such as an administration area, toilets and a car park are next on the agenda.
Construction of the pavilion was carried out by Moretto Building Contractors, with the Victorian Government's regional infrastructure development fund providing $500 000 and the Greater Shepparton City Council funding the balance.


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