Two buildings exist on opposite ends of the park. On the Purley Street end, the clubrooms, which are available for hire, have a function area, kitchen and bar facilities, change rooms and toilets, as well as a viewing veranda. On the Alderhurst Crescent side, the red brick building has change rooms and toilets.
The park is used for AFL and softball and has playground equipment, two floodlit bitumen tennis courts, and park benches, barbeques and pathways.
Clubs that use these facilities include the Bayswater Morley Youth Club, Bassedean Junior Cricket Club, Bayswater Morley Monarchs Softball and Central Crocs Masters AFL Club.
- Sporting and leisure activities - cricket, tennis, football, softball
- Shade sails
- Flood lights
- Club rooms for hire
- Change rooms
- Tennis courts
- Cricket nets
- Public BBQ
- Car parking
- Dogs are allowed off-lead (except during sporting activities).
Please note there are some things you can't do or bring to this reserve:
- Pegs/stakes are not permitted under any conditions to secure marquees and shade structures. Water ballasts or sandbags must be used to secure any structures.
- It is an offense in Western Australia for persons of any age to drink in public, such as on the street, in a park or at the beach, so the City of Bayswater does not give written approval for the consumption of alcohol in a public open space.
Other important information to note when making a booking:
- All application forms must be completed and returned to the City of Bayswater no later than 14 days prior to your booking date.
- All bookings will be considered tentative until full payment is received by the City of Bayswater, and you have received a letter confirming your booking.