Construction is on track for the $5.6 million redevelopment of the Thornlie Community and Sports Hub, with completion expected mid-year.

Councillors and City of Gosnells staff inspected the building site this week, where structural steel works have been installed and brickwork is progressing.

Mayor David Goode said once completed, the project would incorporate new purpose-built facilities for the bowling club and tennis club, as well as community facilities available for hire.

“It’s been very exciting to watch this building rise from the ground, and I look forward to the day when we can welcome the whole community to enjoy it,” he said.

“The Thornlie Community and Sports Hub will provide important facilities to keep local residents active, provide a welcoming meeting place and support local community groups.”

Jointly funded by the City of Gosnells, Australian Government, Lotterywest and the Thornlie Bowling Club, the project will include:

  • A community hall with kitchen and servery area

  • A combined function and bowls members’ area with kitchen, bar, storage facilities and player amenities

  • A tennis clubroom area, offices and storage, kiosk and servery

A new car park for the facility has already been completed.

For more details about the Thornlie Community and Sports Hub and other City projects, please visit Your Say Gosnells at