Tennis is one of the most played sports in Australia.  It is our pleasure to support the Kilmore Tennis Club. Established in 1885, the Kilmore Tennis Club was originally located at Hudson Park Kilmore and had 4 grass courts available for play. Moving to JJ Clancy Reserve, 1 Clarke St Kilmore, in 1980, the club now has 4 Synthetic Grass courts and 6 Plexipave courts.  With approximately 150 members, the club is one of the most impressive facilities in the area and home to a comprehensive schedule of competitions for the ages.

NVC Precast is proud to be a supporter of the Kilmore Regional Busking Championships.  As part of the Australian National Busking Championships, the ANBC, celebrates the rich diversity of Australian Music & Street Performance Culture. It was first held in Cooma in 2012 and is now held in 7 locations around the country, culminating in the national finals in Cooma each year where the winner of the grand final is given the title of Australian National Busking Champion along with substantial prize monies.  Congratulations to everyone who takes part.

Recently members from the shed in Kilmore stopped by to pick up a few extra’s from our yard. The materials are to assist them in the wildlife habitat projects they are working on. It’s a great community initiative that we are excited to support.

Men’s sheds provide a safe, friendly and inclusive environment where men can meet and work on meaningful projects at their own pace, time and with others. Men’s sheds aim to improve the health and wellbeing of Australian men. They address social isolation and boost men’s mental health i There is a network of over 1000 men’s sheds across Australia.