Wandana Heights Hall

Located at Tim Hill Recreation Reserve, the Wandana Heights Hall services the local Tennis Club as well as providing a venue for community hire. 

The Hall is situated between the cricket/football oval, tennis courts and an outdoor fenced playground.

About Wandana Heights Hall...

The complex was constructed in 1982-1983 and was supervised by the Shire of Barrabool. It was jointly financed by a number of local and government entities including:

  • Country Roads Board
  • Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation
  • Highton Progress Association
  • 1st City of South Barwon Scout Group
  • 4th Highton Scout Group
  • Wandana Heights Tennis Club and
  • Shire of Barrabool.

In addition, design and construction supervision of the building was undertaken by local Wandana Heights residents: P Betts, R Hundt and J Podvinsek.

The reserve, which was originally named the Wandana Heights Recreation Reserve is named after Thomas Joseph 'Tim' Hill (1924-1988), former Councillor and Shire President of the Shire of Barrabool. Over the years he served on many local community committees and associations including Scouts, Buckley Progress Association, Wandana Heights Progress Association, Committee of the Geelong Regional Library Service, Performing Arts Trust and the Geelong Regional Commission.

Page last updated: Friday, 18 October 2019