Parks & reserves
Sporting ground & park restrictions - COVID 19
The City is working towards the path to recovery and reopening many of our popular facilities and programs.
In line with Phase 2 of the State Government’s COVID-19 Roadmap to Recovery, our sport and recreation areas and parks must adhere to patronage limits outlined in the safety plans for each site. To view maps for each of our parks showing these limits please click below:
The City of Wanneroo is responsible for the maintenance of numerous parks, as well as Bush Forever sites, conservation reserves, foreshore reserves and Council building surrounds. Although regular inspections of all parks and playground facilities are made, the City also relies on the public to notify us of any dangerous situations.
Find a park near you
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The City’s parks offer a place to participate in a variety of recreational pursuits. For parks of interest, please look at the links below:
Activities in Parks
Please be aware that approval from the City is required to erect any structures in parks, such as bouncy castles, marquees, animal farms, pony rides etc. You will also need to book any activities for the City’s reserves, for more information please contact a Community Facilities Officer on 9405 5000.
Practising or playing golf in parks is dangerous and is therefore prohibited on all Council reserves, regardless of whether "No golfing" signs are present or not. Please visit one of the two council owned golf courses and try out their driving range.