Work to start on Visko Park Bowling and Recreation Club


Work to construct the new Cockburn Bowling and Recreation Facility at Visko Park in Yangebup began on Monday, 4 September. The $9.5M facility will be built by Crothers Construction. More than $4.55M of funding for the project was contributed via a National Stonger Regions Fund grant from the Commonwealth Government. It will include:

  • A large multi-purpose activity and function room (available for community hire)

  • A new bowling club members' area with a bar, darts area, TAB and two new bowling greens

  • Meeting and office facilities

  • Beach volleyball courts (community hire and membership)

  • Futsal courts (membership model)

  • 150 car bays including accessible car bays

  • Vehicle access from Birchley Road

Construction hours are expected to be 7am to 7pm Monday to Saturday and restricted at other times, we will endeavour to minimise disruption to local residents in accordance with the development approval. Works will commence with the site boundary fence being erected followed by excavation of the site and installation of services, this will take approximately 6 weeks before work commences on the structure itself. The overall project is due for completion by July 2018. For any queries about construction, please contact Crothers Construction - Craig Hoskins on 0408 015 038 or Site Manager, Paul Bagnall on 0429 055 765. For other inquiries, please contact Council on 9411 3444. 

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