Parks and Reserves
The City of Armadale is an area of outstanding natural beauty located only 30 minutes south-east of the Perth CBD. The City of Armadale is a rapidly growing Strategic Metropolitan Centre at the heart of an urban community, that offers a relaxed lifestyle with all the convenience of modern day living.
Nestled amongst scenic parklands, undulating hills, lush bushland and picturesque valleys, the City takes pride in its cultural heritage and unique community feel.
The City’s Parks Services department manages over 795 Classified Parks and Amenity areas including sports fields, parklands, natural areas, community facilities, street gardens and public access ways covering an area of 1890 hectares within an area of 560 square kilometres and includes 19 suburbs and localities from coastal plain suburbs to the hills environment.
The Parks and Reserves department manage a large area of open space through well managed scheduled operational maintenance services, regular service inspections along with the delivery of annual capital development and asset renewal projects.
The Parks Services department boasts a dedicated group of professional landscape development and maintenance staff that show pride and enthusiasm in the delivery of City-wide parks services.
‘We are passionate about the importance of parks and open space’.