The Castle Youth Space offers an exciting space for young people aged 12 -17. Young people are welcome to hang out in a safe, relaxed environment and participate in the programs and activities.
The Shack Youth Space is attached to the Jean Garvey Skate Park and is used to run after school drop-in programs for young people.
Close to the local shopping centre, Westfield Street Reserve includes a skate park which is highly utilised.The skate park hosts a range of skateboard competitions as well as clinics where children can learn to ride and improve their skateboarding skills. A children's playground with associated barbecue facilities has been provided.Picnic benches, gazebo and public toilets complete the provision of park infrastructure. Native trees provide the park with valuable shade.
The park being over 4.5 hectares in size provides the local area with a large open grassed area where a range of activities can be enjoyed.The area is easily accessed from Ashburton Drive, Greenough Way and Young Street as well as via public access ways from Roderick Close and Hann Court.The park contains a skate park, pavilion and two playgrounds and is supported by a car park close to the pavilion. A small area of remnant bushland provides biodiversity values to the area.
Thornlie Skate Park is situated on Culross Road, Thornlie between Gosnells Leisure World and Thornlie LibraryThe skate park was opened in 2002 and caters for both skaters and BMX riders.The park offers two 1.2 metre bowls joined with a spine, a small mini ramp, fun box and ledges.A smooth surface and flowing lines ensure this park is suitable for beginners through to advanced riders.
Close to the Gosnells Town Centre the park provides a linkage from the CBD along the river to the City of Gosnells Administration Gardens. The park has an extensive pathway network that links the street with the lower river park area, a large playground with barbecue facilities and significant vegetation that provides magnificent shade during the summer months. The park retains a range of historical aspects of Gosnells including remnant orchard trees and infrastructure recognising the work that earlier generations achieved in making Gosnells what it is today.
The Greater Brixton Street Wetlands are one of the most diverse ecosystems on the Swan Coastal Plain.
The Addie Mills Centre provides many programs and services to seniors and people with a disability.
General information about Amherst Village Library's meeting room, which is available for hire.
Boasting the City's only amphitheatre, treetop walk, free barbeques, playgound and toilet facilities, this park is a great place to visit.
Soundlab @Amherst is a purpose built youth space and digital recording studio.
The Harmony Fields fitness track and outdoor gym circuit provides all the benefits of a gym but without the membership costs. One of the only facilities of this kind south of the river!
Incorporates Thornlie Oval, a footpath network and barbeque facilities.
Gosnells Oval Details and Location
Sutherlands Location and Description. Play equipment is located at Reserves C and F.
The Civic Centre gardens located on Albany Highway Gosnells form a tranquil linkage between the City of Gosnells Administration centre and Centennial Pioneer Park close to the Gosnells Town Centre.The gardens include meandering pathways that bisect two man made lakes that support abundant wildlife.A range of seating areas and barbeque facilities are provided.The Gardens are home to a range of civic events and contains a cenotaph lined by roses where Anzac and Remembrance Day services are held.
Auckland Parade Reserve is linear in shape serving a drainage function for the Canning Vale area.The reserve provides cyclists, pedestrians and joggers with excellent connectivity for the length of the reserve as well as good access to surrounding streets and other nearby parks. The reserve has a number of open grassed areas, a playground, constructed shade areas as well as open seating areas.
The Langford Oval has an athletics track, sports courts and sporting club rooms.
Tom Bateman facilities and location.
Located in a community hub that includes the Kenwick Library and 'Mudhut" a community meeting facility, the Brixton Street Reserve provides a delightful area of greenspace that contains both landscaped and environmental areas.The landscaped component of the reserve includes open grassed areas amongst stands of mature trees. A centrally located playground with shade sails provides children with an exciting play space. Excellent examples of public art adorn the site.
A four hectare site that contains a number of feature lakes. The reserve boasts an extensive internal pathway network for both walkers and cyclists to enjoy. A stand of remnant vegetation increases the environmental values of the park and provides refuge for native fauna. A playground close to the intersection of Greentree Drive and Waterview Parade provides excellent play space for children to use.A number of areas within the reserve are open and grassed ideally suited for informal ball games and play.
A park located at the eastern end of Hardinge Road, Hardinge Park is located close to Bickley Brook Reservoir. Areas of car parking provide good access to the park which also provides access to the reservoir. Picnic shelter located throughout the park enable a degree of privacy for families to enjoy a picnicking experience close to nature. A centrally located amenities building provides for the convenience of park users.
Mary Carroll Park features extensive waterways as it is a bird sanctuary, but also has play equipment and grassed areas.
Corriedale Springs boasts a rehabilitated living stream and riparian vegetation to improve its environmental value.
The degraded foreshore of Djarlgarra (the Canning River) in John Okey Davis Park, Gosnells, has been significantly rehabilitated by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group.
Hester Park encompasses a very large area of the Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain in Langford.
This large wetland exists in a completely urbanised catchment. It is large enough to provide habitat for Bandicoots, and supports a substantial diversity of birdlife.
Tom Bateman Reserve Bushland
Located within the Ellis Brook Valley management area, the Rushton Road Woodland is a particularly unique area, being a remnant of the Forrestfield Vegetation Complex, whose flora is of special significance
Located within the Gosnells Golf Course grounds, the Gosnells Golf Course Bushland (Bush Forever Site 467) is one of the City's highest priority biodiversity management sites
Acknowledged as the richest wildflower location in the Perth Metropolitan Area, and one of the best waterfalls, Ellis Brook Valley has picnic, barbecue and toilet facilities for visitors.
One of the City's most important wetlands, the Mary Carroll Park wetlands provides important roosting, breeding and summer refuge habitat for waterbirds.
The constructed wetlands that are the Tom Bateman Wetlands improve the quality of stormwater before it enters Djarlgarra (the Canning River).
The Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain in Centennial Pioneer Park have undergone significant rehabilitation and restoration work that has produced a model rehabilitated natural landscape.
The only window into the pre-development landscape of Thornlie, the Hume Road Wildlife Reserve encompasses wetland, Banksia woodland and Marri woodland, and is a haven for birds
The degraded foreshore of Djarlgarra (the Canning River) has been significantly enhanced through the work undertaken by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group
The Djarlgarra (Canning River) foreshore and floodplain along Astley Street in Gosnells has been restored by the City and the Armadale Gosnells Landcare Group
Address and contact details along with opening hours can be found here
General information about Knowledge Centre's meeting room (also known as the Scott Room) which is available for hire.
General information about Thornlie Library's meeting room, which is available for hire.
This park has a rotunda and water feature with fountain which is a suitable location for your garden wedding
A significant reserve in the Southern River area with a large lake dominating the landscape.
Adjacent to the Civic Centre, these extensive gardens include a lake with footbridge, war memorial, free barbeques, rose gardens, acces to the Council Plaza and public toilets, ideal for weddings and special events
Harmony Fields is an expansive active reserve where both cricket and football are played.The site contains a large playground area with shade sails and rubber soft fall for use by children not participating in active sports as well as by members of the local community.The site has a large parking area with excellent pedestrian and cyclist connections to surrounding parks.
The City's little hidden treasure, this park includes a playground, water feature, gazebo and a beach area.It is ideal for both wedding ceremonies and children's birthday parties
This park includes a lake, footbridge, gazebo and playground. It is adjacent to a small meeting room with toilet facilities which is available for hire
Ideally located within the City's largest sporting complex, the playground can be easily accessed from a car parking area that supports both sporting participation and unstructured informal use of the reserve.Other facilities include barbeques, a gazebo and public toilets
With a gazebo, free barbeques and public toilets, this playground is located next door to Perth Heat's Baseball Stadium
A playground complex that is acknowledged as one of Perth's destination playgrounds for groups both large and small to visit.
Brixton Street offers 9 hard tennis courts for hire.
At the Thornlie Tennis Club there are 9 hard tennis courts.
Slightly in excess of half a hectare this reserve provides a range of recreation opportunities including play equipment for younger children, a basketball ring for older children as well as open areas for informal ball games and other recreation pursuits. The reserve is shaded by stands of native trees and is easily accessed by pathways that traverse the length of the reserve.
A reserve of over 7000 square metres has been developed to include play equipment with designated shade sails for solar protection.A circular pathway network provides easy access for all members of the community. A designated open grassed area provides a range of opportunities for local children to enjoy ball games and other recreational opportunities. A significant amount of native vegetation provides both shade and an environmental balance to the reserve.
This reserve is a narrow linear reserve that provides pedestrian connectivity to Mills Park from the residential areas to the north.The reserve serves as a drainage function as well as providing copious pathway connections from surrounding residential areas. Numerous vegetated sites, open grassed areas with constructed playground make this park multifunctional.
A small neighbourhood park that provides excellent connectivity between Heather Street and Nantellis Road. The park contains newly installed play equipment and a basketball ring for older children.Open grassed areas provide a suitable location for to enjoy unstructured play and informal ball games.
A small park that has significant open space for the children to enjoy. With bollards protecting the perimeter the grass is safe for the children to play on.Some planting has occurred at the reserve however additional planting for shade is planned in the future.The reserve has a children's playground with adjoining seating and garden areas.
A small reserve that has plenty. Trees frame the reserve and provide much needed shade for users during the summer months. Circular pathways present users with a range of recreation opportunities for both young and old alike.A centrally located playground with shade sails give the youngsters an opportunity to let of steam.
Pathways lead from all points on the compass to a large centrally located playground. This means that excellent access is provided from all surrounding streets to this small reserve. Large trees provide users with shade and the youngsters can use the open grassed areas to play ball or run around.
A neighbourhood park that is largely undeveloped.The site can be used for quiet contemplation and reflection.Heaps of shade from mature trees makes this an inviting area for young and old to use.
A delightful neighbourhood park that can be accessed from both Phoenix Drive and Avila Place. Containing designated perimeter garden planting, the park offers the local community with open grassed areas for informal games and passive recreational pursuits. A playground with shade sails and a basket ball ring provide play opportunities for children of varying ages.
A newly developed reserve that contains a centrally located playground. A circular path network provides excellent access from Gaskin Road and surrounding streets.The reserve contains mature stands of trees that provide summer shade. Significant tree planting supports the natural stands of trees.
Packer Park is a 2 hectare site located in Dudley Road, in close proximity to Kenwick link and Roe Highway. The site contains expansive open grassed area that dominates the site. Constructed garden bed have been planted facing Roe Highway and adjoining rail line to provide a vegetative buffer to these areas.The park has excellent connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists to other sites within the local area. A playground located in the north eastern corner of the site provides play experiences for children visiting the park.
An award winning landscape design for a small reserve located behind the Kenwick Village. The reserve boasts an integrated internal path network that connects Stretton Way and Shere Street. The intensive design includes a number of landscape elements including highly colourful playground under shade sails, high quality seating and picnic benches, a range of shade shelters, subtle park lighting and colourful hardstand areas.The design also provide a large open grassed area where groups can interact socially, picnic or enjoy passive recreational activities.
Largely comprising lakes and water bodies Alexandria Boulevard Reserve is a picturesque area of open space.Surrounding the lakes is an excellent network of internal pathways allowing circular movement of pedestrians and cyclists alike. A raised boardwalk section provides excellent viewing of the lake.A designated picnic area that includes barbeques, covered picnic benches and children's playground within an open grassed setting can be accessed near the intersection of Alexandria Boulevard and Sanctuary Avenue.
The principal feature of this reserve is an elevated boardwalk over the lake that connects to the remaining extensive network of internal paths. Perimeter tree planting frames the reserve and compliments landscaping and constructed garden beds that surround the lake and circular open lawn area. Open grassed areas provide ample opportunity for park users to engage in informal ball games and other recreational pursuits. A playground with shade sails cater for children's play and activities.
A circular lake is the central feature that dominates the landscape.A well designed passive reserve with mature plantings in an avenue or orchard format provide both shade and a formal feature for the reserve. Grassed areas provide the impression of an expansive reserve where a range of passive recreational activities can be enjoyed.
Abutting Ranford Road, this reserve contains two hard surfaced tennis courts.Mature trees are planted throughout the reserve and provide an effective visual and sound screen to Ranford Road. If tennis is not for you then the reserve can be used for quiet contemplation and reflection.
A beautiful large lake is the central feature of this reserve.A sweeping internal pathway network provides excellent access to all areas of this 1.5 hectare park.The park also boasts a designated parking area, covered shelter and a playground area that caters for children's play.The site does nor have any natural tree canopy therefore planting of mature trees will provide natural shade in time.
Due to the presence of significant plantings of palm trees the reserve is colloquially referred to as "Little Bali".The reserve is selected by many couples as an ideal location for wedding ceremonies.The park has many private areas surrounding a centrally located lake. Perimeter parking makes accessing the reserve relatively easy.
A picturesque linear reserve in Canning Vale, Sandringham Promenade Reserve, boasts a range of park infrastructure that supports a range of passive recreational opportunities.These include a rotunda where garden weddings are often held. Artificial lakes provide viewing opportunities as well as an environment that supports aquatic plants and wildlife. A large network of connecting pathways makes accessing and traversing the reserve a pleasure.A combination of naturally vegetated areas, landscaped gardens as well as open grassed areas provide opportunities for a range of recreational pursuits.
In excess of 1 hectare, Brigham Court Reserve is largely undeveloped with large open grassed areas where informal games can be enjoyed.A number of large trees in the reserve provide a measure of shade and assist in maintaining biodiversity to the area.A playground has been constructed at the site for the enjoyment of the children within the neighbourhood.
A neighbourhood park in Gosnells.
Adjoining the linear Gosnells foreshore park areas, John Oakey Davis Park is an expansive open grassed park that contains perimeter plantings along Homestead Road. The park is named after John Oakey Davis one of the original white settlers in the Gosnells area.The site contains a museum which contains exhibits that reflect the life of many of the early settlers of the area. John Oakey Davis Park is a designated dog exercise area.
A newly upgraded reserve this park boasts a large centrally located playground for younger children and basketball ring for older users of the park.The planting theme reflects the fact that Gosnells was once a significant orchard and fruit growing area.Infrastructure supporting the playground includes accessible paths, seating and limestone walls that add architectural landscaping features to this lovely park setting.
A delightful neighbourhood park that is easily accessible from both Lyminge and Blanche Streets provides abundant opportunities for recreation for all members of the community.Meandering paths link both street frontages and constructed grassed mounds provide excellent play opportunities for young children. A centrally located large playground provides a range of play experiences with nearby shelters allowing supervising adults with seating and sun protection.
A 1.5 hectare site which contains perimeter mature vegetation that surrounds a large centrally located grassed are where residents enjoy a diverse range of recreational opportunities including amongst other things ball games.An easily accessible playground facing Murchison Drive provides play opportunities for children. Surrounding planting provide shade for users of the park.
A newly redeveloped park, Rede Street Reserve is an excellent example of a well developed neighbourhood park.The site contains a playground containing equipment suitable for a range of ages, seating for users of the park and a pathway network that provides pedestrian linkages to all street frontages.New tree plantings, landscaped areas and gardens have been included to support existing mature vegetation.
A largely undeveloped park Robinson Park is a designated dog exercise area.Located on Corfield Street, Robinson Park provides large areas of grass as a kick about area and ball games for local residents.The park contains examples of remnant native vegetation and contains a small playground for use by local children.
Balfour Street Reserve is approximately half a hectare in size with significant remnant native vegetation spread throughout. Small areas of open grass provide opportunities for informal ball games and other recreational pursuits. A playground located in the central section of the reserve provides for children's play. Access to the reserve is available from Balfour Street, Shipbourne Way and Philp Close.
A small reserve that has been enhanced to include childrens playground with sails, a path network that connects adjoining streets and areas of mulched garden.Access to the reserve is available from Brushbox Way, Irma Close and Bindoon Loop.
Almost a hectare in size this reserve provides a range of leisure and recreational opportunities.The reserve contains a constructed children's playground, a basketball hoop and a connecting path network that provides a thoroughfare between Waxflower Bend and Leatherwood Way.Large areas of garden beds and perimeter vegetation provide shade and visual relief from the surrounding residential environment.
A reserve that can be access from a range of surrounding streets including Harpenden Street, Madden Place, Rosebud Close and Coolberry Road.An elongated reserve that contains a network of internal paths surrounded by significant areas of mulched garden beds.A shade shelter close to a children's playground provide for supervising parents and children's play.
A neighbourhood park in Huntingdale.
A small local park that has been intensively developed for use by the community.The park provides excellent access between Auric Place and Apley Street.The park contains garden beds to screen the residential areas on each side. A circular path network frames a large open grassed area that includes a play area covered by shade sails. Seating is also provided in the park.
A small local reserve close to Harmony Fields provides pedestrian access between Willow Way and Hibiscus Road. The reserve contains an excellent tree canopy providing wonderful shade for users. A small open grassed area allows for informal ball games and a playground provides good play spaces for younger children.
A well designed area of open space combining a central square open grassed area. Surrounded by a meandering path network that facilitates excellent access and pedestrian corridors.A designated play area gives children an area to burn of steam. Copious garden areas provide a softening effect to the hard landscape elements.
Peace Court Reserve is a linear park that serves to link a number of parks in the Maddington area.The reserve has significant amounts of constructed pathways with park lighting to assist with safety issues.A playground provides children with a designated area of constructed play. Seating has been provided at a range of locations within the park with a range of public artworks. Native planting provides shade and visual amenity from the surrounding residential areas.
Weston Street Reserve is a local park that has been improved to a minimal standard. The park has copious amounts of natural shade which one of its best assets. A playground located in the rear sector of the park provides play activities for local children. Internal pathways provide easy access to all areas of the park. Open grassed areas enable informal ball games to be played.
A multi functional area of open space that boasts outdoor gym equipment, play equipment suitable for children, a basketball ring and seating throughout the park.A complete network of pathways provides easy transition through the park and superb linkages to other areas. Vegetation at the site includes both existing native plants and planted trees to compliment natural areas.
A linear reserve that provides for pedestrian thoroughfare from east to west and north to south.An area of environmental planting provides for biodiversity and visual relief within the surrounding urban environment. The reserve covers an area of half a hectare.
The reserve on the corner of Figbird and Weebill Way contains a range of exciting landscape elements including sculptured curved wall, patterned concrete seating area as well as a playground with on street parking.Soft landscaping and open grassed areas provide relief from the hard constructed elements.
This is a is a linear reserve that provides excellent pedestrian connectivity between Towncentre Drive and West Lakes Drive.The reserve supports an artificial lake, playground and a network of pathways.
A series of artificial water bodies create a focal point within the reserve.Large grassed open space areas provide adequate locations for a range of recreational activities including informal ball games. Other treed areas provide for shade and environmental values to be enjoyed. A systematic pathway network enables excellent accessibility to all areas of the park from all surrounding streets. The park is divided into two distinct areas with a playground located at each site.
Excellent pathway connectivity within this reserve provides good access to all areas especially to the playground. The playground is surrounded by large trees which affords good shade quality for users of the equipment.A large grassed open area caters for ball games and other informal recreation. Large mulched areas allow for hydro-zoning meaning a reduction in water use at the site
A riverside park that offers walking and bike riding opportunities along the Canning River foreshore.A combination of forested and open areas provides a diverse range of recreation opportunities. Facilities include paved pathways and playground.
Facing Garden Street, a major thoroughfare through the City Kurrajong Drive Reserve is a 3 hectare site with a large artificial water body as its main feature. Other features include large open grassed areas where a variety of informal ball games and recreation can be enjoyed. Natural vegetation in close proximity to the lake provides a degree of shade and environmental value. A children's playground can be accessed off Kurrajong Drive.
A neighbourhood park in Thornlie.
Almost 2 hectares in size this park provides opportunities for a range of recreational experiences. Ningaloo Way Reserve is a neighbourhood park that contains a significant stand of mature native vegetation with a number of habitat trees, a few open grassed areas and a centrally located children's play area.
Partridge Way Reserve has recently undergone a significant upgrade.Three distinct features now characterise this park being a replica 400metre athletics track which doubles as part of the significant internal path network. Secondly, the park boasts a magnificent fitness area for residents to utilise close to home.Thirdly, a large playground with a range of equipment suitable for different age groups has been installed. The design retains extensive areas of open grass to enable children and families to engage in informal ball games and other recreational pursuits.
The park is in excess of 1.5 hectares in size and takes advantage of access opportunities from all surrounding streets. A meandering internal path network provides easy access to all areas of the park. Limited existing vegetation has required the planting of significant vegetation that in time will provide shade to many areas within the reserve. A playground and gazebo are among the improvement undertaken at the site.
Close to Thornlie Bowling Club and Leisure World, Thornlie Park is home to the Thornlie Tennis Club. Otherwise largely undeveloped, this park provides necessary green space among the surrounding residential subdivisions. A limited internal path network provides access to a small children's playground within the reserve.
A small park providing excellent connectivity between Wicklow and Cranwell Streets.The park has a limited amount of mature native vegetation which has been complimented with supplementary plantings within garden beds. A basketball ring and playground with shade sails have been constructed for the enjoyment of local residents.
This sporting oval is incorporated in the Canning Vale College site.It incorporates a Junior AFL and Cricket Oval
On the corner of Nicholson Road and Langford Avenue, this reserve allows nature in the suburbs with a lake surrounded by remnant native vegetation.A gazebo and children's play equipment have been constructed along the extensive internal path network.Open grassed areas give play opportunities for a range of activities in a range of age groups.
Situated on Ashburton Drive, Gosnells at Jean Garvey Park, the park caters for both skaters and BMX riders. The park offers a variety of street obstacles including ledges, 5 stair, small double set, manual pads, hand rail and quarter pipes ranging from 1 metre to 1.8 metres with a roll in.It has a super slick surface and a variety of lines. Suitable for all ages and experience levels.Jean Garvey has a Youth Space attached to the park which is open Monday to Thursday from 3pm - 6pm.
Situated in Westfield Street in Maddington near the shops, this park caters for both skaters and BMX riders.The park flows well between a combination bowl and plaza set up with banks, rails, euro gaps and a wide four stair set. It also has a well constructed vert wall that joins onto a flat bank at one end and makes for hours and hours of fun. This park is suitable for all ages and experience levels and there are multiple lines that both the street and transition skater can rack their minds over.
Situated on Brixton Street, Beckenham at Mills Park.This small park offers a flat bank, ¼ pipe, fun box with ledge, small ledge, double barrel and rail. This park is most suited for beginners and is semi mobile on a concrete base.
The Civic Centre is the administration centre for the City, and is located in beautiful parklands on Albany Highway, Gosnells.
All that remains as the final resting place of many of our early pioneers are the graves at this historic site on Albany Highway in Kenwick. Read below to discover more information on the site and the people who are buried here.
Thornlie Library is conveniently close to Thornlie Square Shopping Centre, Leisure World and Thornlie Primary School.With collections to suit all ages, Thornlie Library is a great place for a family visit.
Opened in September 2009 this library has been a hit with the local community; in the first 12 months the library was visited by more than 75,000 people. Amherst Village Library is housed in the Amherst Village Community Centre.The library boasts an outdoor reading area. Come and enjoy the ambience - do some study, relax with the latest newspaper or just catch up with friends.
Built of rammed earth in 1993, Kenwick Library incorporates a beautiful courtyard with shaded seating areas, the perfect place to relax with your library book, read the paper, or catch up with friends!
Give your event some star quality by choosing the venue that puts you centre stage.Whether you are planning a meeting for 16, or a full production for 216 we have a range of options to suit.
The Orange Room is an exhibition space dedicated to the City's history and heritage. Using themes and changing formats, the Orange Room brings to life different perspectives of the City of Gosnells and its community.
Plan your next theatre outing without driving to Perth or Subiaco. The Don Russell Performing Arts Centre is located in Thornlie, with free parking, nearby restaurants and is serviced by a bus route.The Centre presents national touring shows, monthly Morning Melodies performances and local theatre productions.The Auditorium, Studio Room and Foyer are all available to hire for your next meeting, presentation or conference. View details on the 'What's Here' tab.
The Knowledge Centre, located in the Agonis building, overlooks the beautiful Canning River and Centennial Pioneer Park. Come along and enjoy this beautiful scenery while browsing the collection or meeting friends.The friendly atmosphere in the Community Lounge encourages you to stay and read the paper, add pieces to the Progressive Puzzle Project, or just sit and chat with friends. Or come and join one of the many community groups involved in a wide range of activities aimed at joining in conversations, in English or other languages, improving your mind, being creative or just having fun with like minded people.
Harmony Fields is located in Maddington and includes a fitness track and barbeque facilities.
There are 4 hard courts for hire here.
Immunisation Clinics are held on the third Friday of each month at the Langford Child Health Clinic, corner Brookman Avenue and Choseley Place, Langford, between 9am and 11am (drop in) 1pm and 3pm (appointment only).
Immunisation clinics are held on the first Friday of each month at the Maddington Child Health Clinic, Westfield Street, Maddington, between 9am and 11am (drop in) 1pm and 3pm (appointment only).
The Aveues Estate tennis offers 2 hard courts for hire.
The Addie Mills Centre is a medium sized facility which was purpose built to accommodate the City's Seniors and Disability Services.
Beckenham Community Centre provides general space for regular hire by community groups and social functions.
The Huntingdale Community Centre provides general space for regular hire by community groups and one-off functions.
The main function of the Langford Community Centre is to provide general community space with a focus on small scale sport and recreation activities.
The main function of the Richard Rushton Community Centre is to provide general community spaces with a greater focus on small scale sport, recreation and social activities.
The main function of the Thornlie Community Centre is to provide general community spaces with a focus on small scale sport, recreation and general activities.
The Agonis Building is situated in the heart of Gosnells, centrally located, on Albany Highway and within close proximity to the Gosnells train station.
The Amherst Community Hall provides general space to run community based activities and private functions.
The centre has a small hall and meeting room which provides general space for regular hire by community groups and social functions.
The Maddington Community Centre provides general space for regular hire by community groups and for social functions.
Originally used as a sales office for a property developer, it is now usable by the community as a small meeting area with capacity for 20 people.
The Gosnells RSL Hall provides general space for regular hire by community groups and one-off functions.
Leisure World offers recreational swimming as well as our multi award winning swim school for all ages, gym and fitness programs, casual fitness classes or memberships. With a range of options there's something to suit the whole family.Read more about our facilities, programs, group classes and events in this section.
The Museum is housed in the Wilkinson Homestead, a State Heritage listed building on the banks of the Canning River. The Museum houses a collection of locally significant items which provide an insight into the history of the area, and also runs fun educational programs for school groups. The grounds may be hired for weddings or other group gatherings.
Telephone: 08 9397 3000
Postal address: PO Box 662, Gosnells WA 6990
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