Wally Tew Reserve
- DeveloperKnox City Council
- BuilderModular Spaces Pty Ltd
- Britex Project ManagerMr. Paul Whitworth
Knox City Council’s Wally Tew Reserve modular pavilion development includes two storage rooms, an umpire room, two change rooms, a first aid room and an office.
The new modular facilities include a number of Britex Stainless Steel fittings and fixtures, including:
•Multiple Britex S.S. Centurion Toilet Pans (PC) with Black Vandal Resistant Closed Front Toilet Seats (SVRC-B)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Centurion Disabled Toilet Pans (PCD) with Black Vandal Resistant Closed Front Toilet Seats (SVRC-B)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Centurion Child Toilet Pans (PCC) with Black Vandal Resistant Closed Front Toilet Seats (SVRC-B)
•Multiple Britex S.S. In Wall Cisterns with Raised Accessible Buttons (FIW-D453)
•Multiple Britex S.S. In Wall Cisterns with Standard Buttons (FIW-S63)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Accessible Hand Wash Basins (HBDA)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Grandeur Hand Wash Basins (HBGU)
•Britex S.S. Compact Wall Mounted Drinking Fountain (DWHC)
Located at the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne suburb Ferntree Gully has a population of 26,500. The City of Knox suburb situated 30km east of Melbourne’s CBD was originally a farming area in the early 1930s and a popular spot for holiday-makers staying overnight is boarding houses and cottages. Fitness seekers and tourists flock to the leafy area to take on the 1000 steps walking track nearby, which were developed as a commemoration of the Kokoda Trail from World War II. Ferntree Gully’s boundaries meet Upper Ferntree Gully, Boronia, Scoresby and Lysterfield. The Wally Tew Reserve is home to the Ferntree Gully Eagles Football Club, Ferntree Gully Eagles Junior Football Club, Ferntree Gully Cricket Club and 1st Ferntree Gully Scout Group.