Misinformation about the trails is circulating in the community. Read the facts here.
Area 7 should be completed by 29 November, and area 8 will follow.
Notice is given that the City of Cockburn has resolved to amend the City of Cockburn Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law 2007, pursuant to Section 3.12 of the Local Government Act 1995.
Notice is given that the City of Cockburn has resolved to make the City of Cockburn Bush Fire Brigade Local Law 2021, pursuant to Section 3.12 of the Local Government Act 1995.
Start: Early 2018 | Finish: Late 2028
The Manning Park Master Plan is a 10 year plan. Works scheduled for 2020-21 include removing old signage, installing new signage, new seats, tables, chairs and bin enclosures, as well a preparing a new design for the carpark.
Infrastructure & Buildings
Start: Early 2018 | Finish: Late 2026
Cockburn Coast Oval - Stage 1 includes the development of a fully irrigated sports oval and supporting amenities.
Start: Early 2009 | Finish: Mid 2024
The Bibra Lake Master Plan commenced in 2009. In 2020-21 the City will continue to revegetate the area, install artwork and sculptures, and develop a plan for signage.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Late 2023
The Aboriginal Cultural and Visitors Centre will be located at Bibra Lake. The centre will be a place of recognition and learning about Nyungar culture, language, music, art and dance. It will also include a Visitors Information Centre and Cafe.
Parks & Playgrounds
Start: Mid 2020 | Finish: Late 2023
Located in Spearwood, the park will be redeveloped to support the needs of sporting users and the wider community.
Start: Late 2022 | Finish: Late 2023
Cockburn ARC and the Fremantle Dockers are planning to expand their facilities, with works expected to commence in 2022.
Start: Late 2020 | Finish: Late 2022
The project involves upgrading the park in Hamilton Hill to ensure the local sporting community have the space and facilities needed to continue operating.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Mid 2022
Malabar Park, Bibra Lake is home of the Cockburn BMX Club. The site is accessible to both club members and the wider community. The track itself is in good condition and is regularly maintained by the Club; however the surrounding infrastructure is ageing and is in a poor condition.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Early 2022
The new centre will include a multi-purpose community sporting facility, 2 AFL sized sporting ovals, 150 car parking bays and LED floodlighting.
A new multi-purpose community and sporting facility will be built in the main town centre.
Start: Late 2018 | Finish: Early 2022
The City is upgrading Jandakot Road in two stages to keep our community safe. The overall upgrade will result in Jandakot Road becoming a dual carriageway with central median and full intersection upgrades.
Start: Mid 2020 | Finish: Early 2022
Stage 3 of the expansion project includes 69 new boat pens, a public boardwalk and increased parking.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Mid 2021
The Cockburn Wetlands Precinct redevelopment will be a state of the art, integrated environmental education, wildlife rehabilitation and community hub.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Mid 2020
This extension is a critical piece of work to improve connectivity and traffic movement in and around Cockburn Central, extending Verde Drive from Armadale Road through Solomon Road back on to Armadale Road.
Start: Late 2018 | Finish: Late 2019
The station includes a 225sqm vehicle bay for the brigade’s 3.4 litre Urban Tanker and fire tenders, offices, training and storage space.
Start: Mid 2018 | Finish: Mid 2019
The duplication of Spearwood Avenue between Barrington Street and Beeliar Drive, in Yangebup was completed in December 2019.
Start: Late 2018 | Finish: Mid 2019
This new hockey facility is home to Fremantle Hockey Club. It includes an artificial hockey turf, two grass hockey fields and clubroom facilities.
Start: Mid 2017 | Finish: Late 2018
The facility features synthetic greens for lawn bowls, fenced soccer pitches, a sand area suitable for beach volleyball and mini-football courts.
Start: Early 2018 | Finish: Mid 2018
The Cockburn Community Men’s Shed facility provides a safe environment where men can be productive, feel valued, contribute to their community and connect with friends.
Start: Early 2017 | Finish: Mid 2018
A $2M skatepark and recreation precinct on the eastern side of Bibra Lake.
Start: Mid 2016 | Finish: Mid 2017
Located in Wellard Street, Bibra Lake, the centre includes a depot and animal facility which caters for impounded dogs, cats and other stray animals.
Start: Early 2014 | Finish: Mid 2017
A state-of-the-art integrated aquatic, recreation, education and elite-athlete training facility. One of the largest developments of its kind in Australia.
Start: Mid 2016 | Finish: Early 2017
The Coogee Maritime Trail features land-based and underwater attractions, showcasing the Omeo shipwreck, the State's premier shore-based shipwreck.
Start: Mid 2016 | Finish: Late 2016
Drawing on local wildlife and fauna as inspiration for many of its features to introduce children of all ages and abilities to the natural environment.
9 Coleville Crescent,
PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965
Office opening hours: 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
Ngalak kaadatj dayin boodja, kep wer malayin. Ngalak kaadatj koora koora wer yeyi ngalang birdiya.
City of Cockburn acknowledges the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja. Long ago, now and in the future they care for country.
We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.