Recreation Future Planning

Stirk Park Master Plan

The City of Kalamunda has embarked on the development of a Master Plan for the much-loved and historic Stirk Park to guide its sustainable development into the future and is inviting residents to have your say. A key aspect of this planning process is identifying how the park is used by the community and how you feel it could be improved.

The Stirk Park Master Plan development has entailed an extensive consultation process with over 650 responses via surveys, a workshop and information stall. The draft plan will provide a clear direction and to guide its sustainable development into the future. At the Ordinary Council Meeting of 22 May 2017, Council resolved to advertise the draft Stirk Park Master Plan for a period of 80 days for the purpose of public comment.

Key elements of the plan include:

  • Playground Upgrade
  • Youth & Sport Precinct
  • Lake Upgrade
  • Public Art & Entry Statements
  • Sound Shell & Amphitheatre Upgrades
  • Promenade Development

View / Download Final Concept Plan

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The public comment on these concept plans closed on the 15 August 2017. The plans can also be viewed upon request at the City of Kalamunda Administration viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.

The Stirk Park Masterplan was endorsed by Council in November 2017. [read full media release here]

To stay up to date with development please join the mailing list. Email: stirkpark@kalamunda.wa.gov.au or call 9257 9999 for any further information.

Hartfield Park Master Plan

Hartfield Park is a large district level reserve that accommodates a variety of sports as well as substantial areas of protected native bushland. With population growth in the local community and clubs increasing in membership, the City acknowledges the need to enhance and develop available sport and recreation facilities.

In order to ensure suitable sport and recreation infrastructure is provided for the current and future needs of the community, the City implemented a key recommendation of the Sporting Reserve Development Plan 2006: the preparation of a Master Plan for Hartfield Park.

The Master Plan (2010) considers the current and future needs of the City of Kalamunda and key stakeholders within a prioritised development plan for Hartfield Park. This report will assist the City in providing a well planned, sustainable sporting and recreation facility that will maximise benefits to the community over the long term.

Appendix 5: Public Submissions (contact Administration Centre for further details)

Ray Owen Master Plan

Ray Owen Reserve, located in Lesmurdie, is one of the City’s Premier sporting reserves and is home to the Ray Owen Sports Centre and a number of permanent user groups such as the Kalamunda & District Basketball Association, Kalamunda & District Netball Association, Kalamunda & Districts Football Club, Lesmurdie-Mazenod Cricket Club, Hills BMX Club and Friends of the Ray Owen Reserve Group (FROG).

In order to guide the City in the future developments at the reserve, a comprehensive Master Planning process has been undertaken by ABV consultants, including a significant amount of consultation.
View the Final Master Plan

Maida Vale Reserve Master Plan

The consultation highlighted that the Maida Vale Reserve is highly valued by the existing users and community for its natural spaces and diversity in use. Existing sporting groups identified that a number of facilities are in need of upgrading to meet contemporary standards and the current and future needs of the clubs.
The purpose of the Draft Master Plan will be to provide a strategy and framework for the future development of the Reserve. The aim is to balance access to the community for casual recreation purposes, and organised sporting activities, while preserving and protecting the surrounding environment.
View details of the upgrade here.

Scott Reserve Master Plan

The City of Kalamunda is developing a Master Plan for Scott Reserve, which includes High Wycombe Recreation and Community Centre and is calling for community input. Community Drop sessions, pop-ups and workshop are scheduled during October.
View scheduled dates and provide feedback here.

Pioneer Park Reserve Master Plan

Pioneer Park is located at Dawson Ave, Forrestfield comprising a total of 57 hectares of land. Prior to Pioneer Park being used for recreation and sporting pursuits the land was formally used as a landfill site. The master planning process was finalised in July 2015.
View a copy of the plan.

Darling Range Master Plan

The City, in partnership with the Darling Range Sports College undertook a master planning process in 2013, which involved the investigation into establishing community sporting facilities at Darling Range Sports College.
View a copy of the plan.

Perth Hills Trails Master Plan

The City of Kalamunda, City of Mundaring and Department of Environment and Conservation are responsible for the management of Trails within the Perth Hills region. The three organisations were involved with the development of the Perth Hills Trails Master Plan, which was undertaken in 2013 by Treadwell Consultants.   Recommendations and findings can be found in the Master Plan document.
view Map attachments from Master Plan

For further enquiries, please contact Recreation Services Officer on 9257 9997 or via email at sport@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

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