Cockburn Bowling and Recreation Facility (Project)

Project Status

Completed

Project Type

Infrastructure & Buildings

Timeline

Start: Mid 2017 Finish: Late 2018

Budget

$9.5M

Located at 40 Birchley Road in Yangebup, the facility features synthetic greens for lawn bowls, fenced soccer pitches for five-a-side games, a sand area suitable for beach volleyball and mini-football courts. The facility opened to the public on 1 September 2018. 

The total cost of the project was $9.5M, with over $4.5M sourced from the National Stronger Regions Fund grant from the Commonwealth Government.

Concept designs were developed in consultation with stakeholders and were made available to the public to view and comment on. 

The facility

The new Bowling and Recreation Facility is accessible from Birchley Road and includes:
  • 2 synthetic bowling greens (one covered) with outdoor lighting and spectator shelters
  • 2 soccer pitches with outdoor lighting
  • 4 beach volleyball courts (available for community hire/ membership)
  • Mini-football courts
  • Multi-purpose community facility with kitchen, dining room, activity and function room (available for community hire)
  • Members section with bar and darts
  • Meeting and office rooms
  • Change rooms and toilets
  • Carpark - 150 car bays including accessible car bays
  • Grassed area with playground.

If you have any queries in relation to the new facility, please contact the City of Cockburn on 08 9411 3444.

The existing Cockburn Bowling Club (Spearwood)

The Cockburn Bowling and Recreation Club has relocated to the new Yangebup site from its 50-year-old premises in Spearwood. There are no plans to develop the land currently leased by the club.
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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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