Bruce Purser Reserve


Bruce Purser Reserve is a major sporting complex that is home to local sporting groups including the East Coast Eagles and the Kellyville Rouse Hill Magpies. In addition to the extensive club football training and match day program, AFL (NSW/ACT) utilise the venue for primary and secondary school competitions, Auskick programs, talented player squads, women’s football, senior and junior finals, clinics and events such as AFL Community Camps.

Cricket is the other co-tenant, occupying the facility for six months during the summer season. Synthetic crickets nets with two lanes are also located within the reserve adjacent to the sports field.

Bruce Purser Reserve is named after the first Shire President.

The $6.9 million facility made history when it was officially opened by Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Larry Bolitho, on Saturday 7 March, 2009.

The official opening took place during halftime at the first ever game by the Sydney Swans in north-west Sydney. 

The facilities at Bruce Purser Reserve include:

  • a full-size cricket or AFL field, including a turf wicket, turf and synthetic cricket practice wickets
  • amenities building with facilities suitable for use by senior AFL and cricket teams 
  • floodlighting to cater for night games 
  • car parking 
  • podium spectator seating 

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