Frankston City Council welcomes new Directors of Peninsula Leisure
Frankston City Council has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors to the Board of Peninsula Leisure Pty Ltd.
Peninsula Leisure Pty Ltd is the operator of leisure assets Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC) and The Pines Forest Aquatic Centre (Pines) on behalf of Frankston City Council.
New Director appointments to, 31 October 2021 are; Mr Paul Faulkner, Mr Scott Nathan and Mr Rob Hines. Following a strong level of interest, the three new appointments will join existing Directors Ms Roseanne Healy Mr Phillip Johnson on the Board.
Frankston City Mayor Councillor Colin Hampton said that the high-quality candidates were a testament to the success of Peninsula Leisure.
“We have continued to attract high quality candidates for these positions. This paired with the award-winning facilities managed and operated by the company demonstrates that Peninsula Leisure is a leader in the industry. It is a great outcome for Frankston City that we have this calibre of applicants wanting to work for our community.
“On behalf of Council and the community I would like to thank outgoing members Ms Barbara Cook, Professor David Shilbury and Mr Simon Allatson. Their service and direction during the important phase of establishing the award-winning facility has built a strong foundation, which continues to grow. With new state of the art facilities installed at PARC and a string of awards already, I am excited to see what the new team can achieve, with such a strong starting point” added Cr Hampton.
Peninsula Leisure was recipient of the 2018 Crisis Communications Award, at the Australasian Leisure Management Communication and Marketing Awards. The award recognises Peninsula Leisure’s team for successfully managing a crisis at the Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC) that posed a significant disruption to business.
The Pines Forest Aquatic Centre won the Facility Management Award (Seasonal) at the 2018 Aquatics & Recreation Victoria (ARV) Awards, with Tabitha Cauchy from Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre (PARC) awarded Swim Teacher of the Year.