Roseville College is planning a new Sport and Wellbeing Centre to align the school’s facilities with its focus on the wellbeing of girls.

On Friday 18 June 2021, Roseville College was notified that the Independent Planning Commission had approved the application for the Sport and Wellbeing (SWELL) Centre project.

Our SWELL Centre will be a state-of-the-art facility for our students– it will enable them to be well, to learn well, to relate well and to thrive in their time at Roseville. It will feature an eight-lane 25-metre indoor pool, eight classrooms (including a dance studio), a strength and conditioning room, a leading-edge nutrition and food technology space, a large multipurpose court space on the ground level as well as underground car parking spaces for staff and students to ease the demand on neighbouring streets.

The College will now enter the detailed design phase of the project, which will be followed by tendering and award of the building contract. Part of this process will be a detailed assessment on minimising the impact of our building process in terms of traffic, noise, dust and general amenity. We would anticipate that construction will commence in 2022 and will take around 18 months.

We want to thank teachers, students and especially neighbours for their input through the community consultation phase or via a formal submission. We know that not everyone agreed with the original plans but believe the subsequent amendments which resulted from the feedback, have led to a more sympathetic and considered balance between school operations and community.

Our SWELL Centre will be an investment that will have an impact, not only on our students today, but for generations to come.

Enquiries concerning the Sport and Wellbeing Centre can be made by contacting:

Roseville College Enquiries