Community Infrastructure Projects

Community Infrastructure Projects

The planning process, which included consultation with sporting clubs, community groups and local community members, has resulted in the production of 11 Master Plans. These Master Plans will guide the future development of community hubs across the City, ensuring that facilities remain relevant and adaptable over time. The Master Plans are supported by sound financial management and maintenance practices included in the Council’s Long Term Financial Plan.

The Master Planning Initiative was based on the following objectives:

  • Identify current and future demand, and the best use for the reserve and facilities at each of the hubs
  • Develop concept plans for each of the hubs with a sound rationale behind the various design elements
  • Provide direction in the sustainable allocation of resources for the ongoing maintenance and development of reserves and co-located facilities
  • Gather a sound evidence base for the future development of the hubs to assist in sourcing external funds.

The full Community Hubs Master Planning Initiative report (Sept 2017) can be viewed here.

Current Projects

John Dunn Memorial Park BMX/Cycle Facility Feasibility

The Master Plan for John Dunn Memorial Park (September 2013) identified an opportunity to revive the former BMX facility in the south east corner of the park. The City engaged Common Ground Trails to undertake a feasibility study to better understand the needs of the BMX/cycle community and their preference for facility type and features.

The feasibility and concept plan were presented to Council in February 2019, and the project will be considered in the annual review of the Long Term Financial Plan.

A copy of the report noted by Council is available here.

Project enquiries:

Carina Whittington
Community Facilities Planning Coordinator
cwhittington@armadale.wa.gov.au
9394 5201

 

  • Bob Blackburn Reserve
    Bob Blackburn Reserve

    The Bob Blackburn Reserve site is approximately 18 hectares in size situated within the suburb of Seville Grove, comprising 5 lots, all zoned ‘Parks and Recreation’.

  • Creyk Park
    Creyk Park

    At 5.8 hectares, Creyk Park is a substantial site with a large element of native flora and fauna on its eastern boundary. 

  • Cross Park
    Cross Park

    Cross Park is an 8.2 hectare regional park situated in Roleystone.

  • Forrestdale Hub
    Forrestdale Hub

    This Master Plan was prompted by a report to Council in April 2013.

  • Frye Park
    Frye Park

    Frye Park underwent a major upgrade in 2013 and therefore the Master Plan process was considered more akin to a post-occupancy review.

  • Gwynne Park
    Gwynne Park

    Gwynne Park is the largest recreation reserve in the City of Armadale, at 16.26 hectares.

  • John Dunn Reserve
    John Dunn Reserve

    The John Dunn Reserve is an 11 hectare regional park in Kelmscott.

  • Karragullen Oval
    Karragullen Oval

    The area included in the Master Plan in Karragullen includes 2 lots.

  • Morgan Park
    Morgan Park

    Morgan Park is a significant portion of the total Public Open Space in Seville Grove, at 6.67 hectares.

  • Rushton Park
    Rushton Park

    Rushton Park is an 8.04 hectare Regional Park situated in Kelmscott.

  • Springdale Park
    Springdale Park

    This plan provides a staged approach to the delivery of infrastructure over the short, medium and long term.