Ngayundi Sports Complex - User Committees

Welcome to the hub for all discussions about the management and operation of the Ngayundi Sports Complex. This is a closed online engagement space where regular users of the complex, located on Yaegl Country at Yamba; can connect. The Yaegl People have a long sporting history and love of sport in the Lower Clarence; and are the Traditional Owners of this space.

As a result of COVID-19 situation, Council is looking at ways to continue to host meetings with our various sports committees in the Upper and Lower Clarence. We are encouraging you to use this portal to engage on behalf of your sporting club.

Please take a few seconds and listen to this heartfelt welcome to members and visitors from Uncle Michael Laurie, a Yaegl Traditional Owner. The Raymond Laurie Sports Centre is proudly named after Uncle Michael's late father. Ngayundi is a Yaegl word for 'all of us - ours and yours'.


Ngayundi is used all year round, by many sporting groups/events. Council have dedicated staff that keep this complex in top condition. Council is always looking for opportunities to move the master plan to its 'next stage'. Having the different sporting committees linked to this engagement portal will help create a bigger sporting community and therefore a better community asset.


To the right, you'll find relevant information to check out when you get a chance. If you have any suggestions on what other information you'd like to access, just flick me an email and I'll add it.


Below you’ll find opportunities to put your thoughts 'out there', fill in the short survey, start a forum, or if you have an idea, just pop it in the ideas tab, links for bookings, reporting problems and grant information in one place. Your feedback is important to us for reviewing and planing for upcoming activities/events, thereby making Ngayundi be best location to play sport in the Lower Clarence.


Complex Clean up: please check out tab on the right for next scheduled clean up details.


Bookings: if you would like to book a sporting field at this venue, click here.

Report it: If you need to report at problem with the grounds or buildings at this venue, click here.

Grant Guru: if you'd like to check out available links for grants, click here.

There is still some work to happen at the complex. The field improvements are getting closer but first we need to do a bit of a spring clean and activate a few of the ‘not so well used’ spaces.


Social etiquette rules apply in this portal, when posting comments/responses please ensure you are respectful.


Note: This portal is 'panelled' for sports users of Ngayundi Sports Complex only (see Regular User Group tab on the right). For transparency purposes others are able to view but not add comment in any of the items below. If you would like to get involved, please join one of the regular user groups.

Welcome to the hub for all discussions about the management and operation of the Ngayundi Sports Complex. This is a closed online engagement space where regular users of the complex, located on Yaegl Country at Yamba; can connect. The Yaegl People have a long sporting history and love of sport in the Lower Clarence; and are the Traditional Owners of this space.

As a result of COVID-19 situation, Council is looking at ways to continue to host meetings with our various sports committees in the Upper and Lower Clarence. We are encouraging you to use this portal to engage on behalf of your sporting club.

Please take a few seconds and listen to this heartfelt welcome to members and visitors from Uncle Michael Laurie, a Yaegl Traditional Owner. The Raymond Laurie Sports Centre is proudly named after Uncle Michael's late father. Ngayundi is a Yaegl word for 'all of us - ours and yours'.


Ngayundi is used all year round, by many sporting groups/events. Council have dedicated staff that keep this complex in top condition. Council is always looking for opportunities to move the master plan to its 'next stage'. Having the different sporting committees linked to this engagement portal will help create a bigger sporting community and therefore a better community asset.


To the right, you'll find relevant information to check out when you get a chance. If you have any suggestions on what other information you'd like to access, just flick me an email and I'll add it.


Below you’ll find opportunities to put your thoughts 'out there', fill in the short survey, start a forum, or if you have an idea, just pop it in the ideas tab, links for bookings, reporting problems and grant information in one place. Your feedback is important to us for reviewing and planing for upcoming activities/events, thereby making Ngayundi be best location to play sport in the Lower Clarence.


Complex Clean up: please check out tab on the right for next scheduled clean up details.


Bookings: if you would like to book a sporting field at this venue, click here.

Report it: If you need to report at problem with the grounds or buildings at this venue, click here.

Grant Guru: if you'd like to check out available links for grants, click here.

There is still some work to happen at the complex. The field improvements are getting closer but first we need to do a bit of a spring clean and activate a few of the ‘not so well used’ spaces.


Social etiquette rules apply in this portal, when posting comments/responses please ensure you are respectful.


Note: This portal is 'panelled' for sports users of Ngayundi Sports Complex only (see Regular User Group tab on the right). For transparency purposes others are able to view but not add comment in any of the items below. If you would like to get involved, please join one of the regular user groups.

  • Irrigation and Drainage Project

    15 Oct 2020

    Works are imminent on this exciting project. We expect site fences to be erected next week.

    The works will see an improvement to the drainage across the touch fields 1 - 10.

    This will impact both cricket wickets and any other fields within this area.

    Please contact David Sutton on 0400 924 085 for further information.

  • Complex Clean Up

    31 Jul 2020
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    There is still some work to happen at the complex. The field improvements are getting closer but first we need to do a bit of a spring clean and activate a few of the ‘not so well used’ spaces.


    Council will provide a skip bin for the disposal of unwanted items:

    • Saturday 8th or Sunday 9th August


    Below is the legend and breakdown of how the storage spaces will be set-up after tidy up dates.


    Ernie Muller Pavilion Storage Spaces:

    Storage 1 - Yamba Dog School

    Storage 2 - Yamba Touch

    Storage 3 - Yamba Football Club


    The Little Shed Storage Spaces:

    Storage 1 - Yamba Football Club

    Storage 2 (with the bars) - Yamba Cricket Club, Croquet and the Cane Toad Club


    The Clubhouse:

    Magpies Rugby League Storage


    Actions for each club to do:


    Magpies Rugby League: To consolidate all equipment/food warmers/fridges/tables etc. ... the result will be, no equipment in other storage locations.

    Yamba Football Club: To vacate Ernie Muller Storage 2

    Yamba CRU3A Croquet: Will be able to move into Little Shed Storage 2 from 15th August and share the space with Yamba Cricket and the Cane Toad Club freezer.

  • Time for a Clean Up

    24 Jul 2020
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    As planned the skip bin was onsite between 8 - 9 August, 2020.

    It was filled to the brim, so thank you to all sports for removing unwanted items and keeping our sports facilities clean and tidy.