A plan to build soccer pitches on part of Australia’s second oldest national park is failing to get public support, despite it only occupying a fraction of the land formerly used for the Belair Golf Course.
- The state government is seeking feedback to its latest proposal for the former Belair Golf Course site
- The majority of 105 respondents have so far opposed a proposal for multiple soccer pitches and a clubroom
- Feedback on the 51-hectare site proposal are being sought by the public until May 5
The SA government revealed earlier this month its draft master plan for the south-west corner of the Belair National Park (BNP) site, where 51 hectares of land has been left in limbo since the golf course and country club function centre…