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City Of Bayswater

Sporting Reserves

Active Reserves

The City of Bayswater encourages a healthy, active lifestyle for all residents and therefore provides a wide range of active (sporting) reserves within city boundaries.

All inquiries and bookings should be directed to the recreation team on 9272 0992.

Beaufort Park

Beaufort Park

 

Located on the corner of Beaufort and Drummond Streets, Bedford this centrally located reserve features a well-maintained lawn area and cricket pitch. During summer the park is utilised for Cricket whilst in winter two soccer pitches exist. The park also provides excellent lighting to clubs who train after sunlight. A children’s playground, public toilet facilities, change rooms, disabled access and ample parking are all also on offer to users.

Facilities for people with disabilities  Parking, Access and Toilet Facilites

Catherine Reserve

Accessed off Catherine Street this small reserve is currently unused for active sports play however has potential to act as a location for daylight only match play and training. It is a designated dog exercise area.

Clarkson Reserve

Clarkson Reserve can be accessed via Clarkson Road in Maylands and is home to Maylands Tennis Club, Maylands Bowls Club as well as Dragon Boating on the Swan River. At this reserve playground equipment, picnic areas, barbeques and walking paths all exist as well as public toilets.

Facilities for people with disabilities Parking

Crimea Park

Located on Crimea Street, Morley this reserve is currently the home of Morley Eagles Baseball Club. This reserve has a large lawn oval suitable for baseball and softball and features children’s playground equipment, two bitumen tennis courts, a basketball backboard, public toilet facilities, change rooms, disabled access, and parking bays. This reserve is also a recognised dog exercise area when not used for sporting activities.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

De Lacey Reserve

This reserve is located on Hillside Crescent, Maylands. In summer cricket is played at this reserve whilst in winter soccer takes place. Features of this reserve include children’s playground equipment, floodlighting, public toilets, changeroom facilities, disabled access, and parking bays. This reserve has also been allocated as a dog exercise area when sporting activities are not in progress.

 Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Deschamp Reserve

Deschamp Reserve can be found on McCarthy place in Noranda and in summer is used for cricket by several clubs. In winter AFL goals exist for public use. The reserve also houses a club room which has toilets, changerooms, a small function area and kitchen facilities. Cricket nets, playground equipment and miscellaneous park benches also exist. The reserve is also deemed a dog walking reserve.

Elstead Reserve

Located on Elstead way, Morley, this reserve caters for Soccer. It has one Soccer pitch, floodlighting, toilets and changeroom facilities as well as disabled access.

Emberson Reserve

This reserve is located on Emberson Road, Morley. During summer Little Athletics and cricket are played whilst in winter soccer takes place. Features of Emberson Reserve include disabled access, floodlighting, public toilets, change rooms, children’s playground equipment, a barbecue and parking facilities.

FJ Beales Park

FJ Beales Park is situated on the corner of McGilvray Avenue and Lincoln Road, Morley. Conveniently located opposite a deli, the park can be utilised in winter for soccer and is also an allocated dog walking area. A public toilet block and playground also exist at the park as does security night lighting.

Frank Drago Reserve Tennis

Situated on Garratt Road, Bayswater this location is home to the Bayswater Tennis Club. Here, two hard courts, four clay courts and ten grass courts exist as well as floodlighting facilities. The club also has a double storey clubhouse which has changerooms, toilets and kitchen facilities.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Frank Drago Reserve Soccer

Frank Drago Reserve

Also situated on Garratt Road, Bayswater this area of land is home to the Bayswater City Soccer Club. Here, two pitches exist as well as smaller side pitches used for training purposes as well as excellent floodlighting facilities. The location attains a stunning stadium which overlooks the playing fields. Bar facilities and function areas also exist within this building as do toilets and changerooms. Adequate car parking also exists.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Frank Drago Reserve Bowling

The Bowling club can be accessed from Murray Street, Bayswater and is home to the Bayswater Bowling Club. At this location excellent facilities exist inclusive of two synthetic greens, floodlighting, disabled access, toilet and changeroom facilities, bar and kitchen facilities as well as an undercover viewing deck. Two car parks can be accessed off Murray Street.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Frank Drago Reserve Croquet

The croquet club can also be accessed off Murray Street, Bayswater and is home to the Bayswater Croquet Club. This small club houses a clubroom and a playing field which is in immaculate condition. Car parking is accessible off Murray Street.

Gibbney Reserve

Gibbney Reserve can be found on Queen Street, Maylands and is currently the home of Football West (2010). During summer the oval is used for cricket whilst in winter it is heavily used for soccer. The surface has recently undergone extensive resurfacing and levelling to further improve the high quality of the surface. Changerooms, toilets and car parking all exist as well as shaded soft-fall playground equipment.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access, Parking and Toilet Facilities 

Grand Promenade Reserve

Located on the corner of Grand Promenade and Craven Street, Bedford, this reserve in summer is used for cricket whilst in winter for soccer. The reserve has a public toilet block as well as changerooms and toilets in a separate building. An Exeloo is also on site as well as cricket nets and floodlighting.

Facilities for people with disabilities Toilet Facilities

Halliday Reserve

Halliday Reserve can be found on Coode Street in Bayswater and is home to the Bayswater Lacrosse Club and the AIM over 50 Archery Club. The Park also holds a war memorial site surrounded by rose gardens. It also attains a double story clubroom utilised by the Bayswater Lacrosse Club with plans for considerable renovations to take place on the building in the next 24 months. It is also a recognised dog exercise location.

 Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Hillcrest Lower Reserve

Hillcrest Lower can also be found on Coode Street in Bayswater and is home to the Bayswater Morley District Cricket Club. This venue is utilised in summer only for active sports play by the cricket club and with this said has a maintained turf wicket. Fifteen turf training wickets and one synthetic wicket also exist in the North Western corner of the reserve as does floodlighting and playground equipment. The clubrooms located on the Coode Street side of the reserve are well maintained with bar, function, kitchen, changeroom and toilet facilities all on hand.

Hillcrest Upper Reserve

Hillcrest Upper Reserve

Hillcrest Upper is also situated on Coode Street in Bayswater with a hill separating it from Hillcrest Lower. On this higher reserve a turf wicket and a synthetic wicket exist and are heavily utilised during summer. In winter the reserve is used for AFL. Floodlighting exists on this reserve as do clubrooms which have changerooms, toilets and a bar and function area. Synthetic cricket nets are also evident. The reserve is also a recognised dog exercise location.

Houghton Park

Houghton Park

Located on Purley Street in Bayswater, this park has very recently seen extensive floodlighting upgrades take place. This now sees both ovals and the softball field lit to Australian standards. Two buildings exist on opposing ends of the park. On the Purley Street end the clubrooms have a function area, kitchen and bar facilities, changerooms and toilets as well as a viewing veranda. On the Alderhurst Crescent side, the red brick building has changerooms and toilets. The park is used for AFL and softball and also has playground equipment, two bitumen tennis courts which are also floodlit and miscellaneous park benches, barbeques and walking pathways.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

 

Joan Rycroft Reserve

Joan Rycroft Reserve is on Shalford Street, Bayswater and is a recognised dog walking reserve. It is home to public toilets and playground equipment and attains large open expanses of green grass suitable for social play.

Facilities for people with disabilities Toilet Facilities

Lightning Park

Lightning Park

Found off Della Road or accessed off Tonkin Highway, Lightning Park is one of the Citiy's premier active sporting reserves. With outstanding social and playing facilities it is home to the Noranda Hawks Junior Football Club and Noranda ECU Amateur Football Club. It is solely used for AFL and attains playground equipment, outstanding floodlighting on both ovals, excellent car parking and clubrooms which have changeroom, toilet, kitchen, bar, meeting room, office and function facilities.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

Noranda Sporting Complex Athletics

Noranda Sporting Complex

 
The Athletics venue can be accessed via Wylde Road in Noranda and has floodlighting, shade shelters and a clubhouse. Excellent car parking also exists.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

 

Noranda Sporting Complex Soccer

The soccer venue can be accessed off McGilvray Avenue, Noranda and has recently received an upgrade to its floodlighting lifting it to Australian Standards. In this section of the complex playground equipment exists as do park benches. Three soccer pitches are in use at this location.

Noranda Sporting Complex Netball

Noranda Sportig Complex - Netball

The Sue Belcher Rooms overlook sixteen netball courts which are also utilised as tennis courts (x 4) and can be found on Garson Court, Noranda or behind the Noranda Palms shopping centre. This facility is heavily floodlit and the Sue Belcher Rooms have changerooms, toilets, office space, storage rooms, kitchen facilities and a small function area.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access  

Noranda Sporting Complex Tennis

The permanent tennis courts on the complex are situated adjacently to the Sue Belcher Rooms closer to the Soccer complex and shopping centre. Three bitumen courts exist and are used by differing clubs and coaching organisations weekly.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access

Pat O’Hara Reserve

Pat Ohara Reserve

Situated on Wellington Road this reserve is centrally located and provides users with many leisure options. The reserve is a recognised dog exercise venue, has public toilets, playground equipment and is shadowed by the Morley Sport and Recreation Centre. The reserve is used for rugby union and gaelic football and attains excellent floodlighting. A synthetic cricket pitch also exists as do clubrooms.

Facilities for people with disabilities Parking

RA Cook Reserve

RA Cook Reserve

Another of the Cities premier active sporting facilities, many sporting competitions take place at RA Cook which can be found on Coode Street and is accessible at either Barker Street (to access EB Brown Pavilion) or Gummery Street (to access RA Cook Pavilion). The reserve is a recognised dog walking location, has 2 x public toilets, playground equipment and barbeques. Softball, AFL, gaelic football, hurling and cricket are all played at RA Cook Reserve. Two clubrooms exist – the older EB Brown Pavilion and the new RA Cook Pavilion.

Shearn Memorial Park

Located on Central Avenue in Maylands this park is the viewers delight. Purpose built for cricket many years ago the playing arena is sunk with spectators having the ability to sit high above the playing level to view matches. A cricket pitch exists in the centre of the park and surrounding it is clubrooms, public toilets and playground equipment as well as park benches and footpaths. It is also a designated dog exercise area.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking 

Strutt Way Reserve

Located on Strutt Way in Noranda, the reserve can also be accessed from Stirling Court. At present it is not used for competition sport however has large open expanses of grass and houses a basketball ring and concrete pad as well as playground equipment, public toilets and security floodlights.

Waltham Reserve

Waltham Reserve can be accessed from Waltham Way, Morley and is home to the Morley Eagles Softball Club. The reserve is used purely for softball and contains playground equipment and floodlighting along with the clubrooms which are only opened during club use hours.

Wotton Reserve

Wotton Reserve

Home of the Morley Windmills Soccer Club, Wotton Reserve can be found at the corner of Embleton Avenue and Wotton Street in Embleton and has three full size playing soccer pitches as well as the excellent Wotton Skatepark and bike jumps. The reserve is fully lit by floodlighting which conforms with Australian standards. Drinking fountains and playground equipment are also on site as is adequate car parking space. This reserve, like Frank Drago soccer hosts Football West division one matches. A Petanque Club (Bocce) also exists on site.

Facilities for people with disabilities Access and Parking

 

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