The South Pine Sports Association and complex has been operating as a sport and leisure centre for the community in Brendale since 1996. The first sports clubs to start at the complex include Rugby League, Rugby Union, Hockey, AFL, Soccer, Cricket and Touch Football.
The South Pine Sports Association is the managing body for the South Pine Sports Complex. The Association is headed by a Three (3) person independent Board of Directors who work very closely with Moreton Bay Regional Council, the landowners, to provide a facility that meets the needs of the growing region and provides access to healthy and active facilities and clubs.
The South Pine Sports Association (SPSA) is responsible for the day-to-day management of the complex, with the administrative staff handling all maintenance matters, overseeing the mowing contract and managing all booking requests for indoor and outdoor use at the complex.
The Queensland Government provided $100,000 to South Pine Association Inc. to install lights on the Cricket Oval to get more Queenslanders active through sport and recreation.
The Queensland Government provided South Pine Sports Association Inc funding to employ a Jobs Plan Program Coordinator to get more Queenslanders active through sport and recreation.