Hartfield Park Re-Development

Expected Completion Date: 30 December 2018

About the Project

Hartfield Park Reserve is the largest sporting and recreation reserve within the City of Kalamunda, containing a wide range of regional community sport and recreation infrastructure that services an extensive area.

The Hartfield Park Master Plan (2010) was developed by the City of Kalamunda to provide strategic direction and guidance in terms of the future development of the reserve. 

The Master Plan identified a number of prioritised key upgrades and developments to ensure that the facilities/infrastructure at Hartfield Park Reserve meet the community need both now and into the future. 

In February 2013, the State Government made a commitment of $6.01M towards the redevelopment of Hartfield Park Reserve. The agreement between the City of Kalamunda and the Department of Sport and Recreation has now been signed and the funds committed.

This redevelopment project will provide the City of Kalamunda, the community and user groups of Hartfield Park with a unique facility.  The available playing space at Hartfield Park will be increased by this development enabling sustainable sporting club growth and reduction of the wear and tear on the current playing surfaces.

Update June 2018:
The next six months will see the conclusion of the hockey redevelopment, with the following key projects identified.

  • Completion of the Hockey Clubrooms Facility.
  • Sports training lighting on the newly constructed Hockey fields.
  • Carpark, including lighting and a separate storage facility located adjacent to the new club rooms facility.  

The City of Kalamunda is on track to complete the final deliverables under the 6.01 million state government financial assistance agreement by December 2018.

Project Details: 

Stage 1

Project Team Initiation

April 2014

Stage 2

Setting Scope and Project plan

April until July 2014

Stage 3

Organise and execute various project tasks

July 2014 until October 2018

Stage 4

Waterproofing Project (Managed Aquifer Recharge)
(view project details here)

In Progress

Stage 5

Morrison Oval Clearing and development


Stage 6

Upgrade Walliston Horse and Pony Club
and relocate Darling Range Horse and Pony Club


Stage 7

Reid Oval Turf Works


Stage 8

Rugby Fields lighting upgrade


Stage 9

Rugby Fields Reticulation


Stage 10

Hockey Fields and Clubroom development
view overview here

New Hockey Facility


December 2017 to December 2018

Stage 11

Reid Oval
1. verandah
2. storage shed


Stage 12

Develop new pathway networks


Stage 13   

Lawn Bowls Shed

Possible Soccer Goals storage



Stage 14

Forrestfield Soccer Clubroom redevelopment


Stage 15

Acquit funds and arrange opening event

December 2018



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