The Coalition will build a second netball court at Birallee Park and upgrade lighting at the precinct if re-elected.
Nationals Indi candidate Mark Byatt said the $300,000 upgrade was overdue for the Wodonga Raiders Football and Netball Club.
"I've been speaking with Raiders over a long period about ensuring their facilities are modern to cater for increased participation as Wodonga's population grows," he said.
"The Nationals in government are pleased to commit $150,000 to upgrade Birallee Park's outdated lighting system.
"We will also put another $150,000 into building and lighting a second netball court if returned on May 18."
Liberal candidate Steve Martin said sporting facilities were "bursting at the seams" in Indi.
"With more women playing sport, out-of-date facilities mean teams are training at insane hours or crammed in all at once," he said.
"Upgraded lights at Birallee Park football oval will mean that more people will want to utilise the state-of-the art lighting, accommodating greater participation and allow for expansions at the club, like the very successful Wodonga Raiders women's teams.
"I am focused on the future of Wodonga by ensuring Birallee Park's lights meet current guidelines for sporting fields, which will certainly maximize safety for participants and expand the times the venue can be used."