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$56million Baldivis District Sporting Complex Announced

Baldivis is one of Perth’s fastest growing suburbs, and with further growth forecast in the area, it’s essential that the infrastructure can deliver sport and recreation facilities to the local community.

Artist impression of the Baldivis District Sporting Complex

With a larger percentage of young families and children than the rest of the metro area, the demand for sustainable sporting and recreation opportunities is essential for health and social development for those living in Baldivis.

The Baldivis District Sporting Complex will cater to a large number of community sports, providing a mix of indoor and outdoor facilities including nature play and youth recreation opportunities.

It will be able to adapt to participation trends and will engender community pride and health and wellbeing benefits.

How will the $56million be spent?
  • • Active Reserves – $21m
    Four ovals and new junior and senior sports pavilions
  • • Outdoor Sports Centre – $8m
    Development of a range of hard courts and associated infrastructure
  • • Indoor Sports Complex – $18m
    Development of a range of indoor sports and recreation facilities
  • • Youth Recreation and Fitness Space – $2m
    Dedicated facility for young people and the community to recreate and keep fit
  • • Specialised Centre* – $8m
    Development of cycling track and pavilion
    * Note: The development of a specialised centre for cycling is shown within the City’s 2017-2027 Community Infrastructure Plan as a final stage of the Baldivis District Sporting Complex project.

 

Located only 6km from Paramount Private Estate Baldivis.

The new Baldivis District Sporting Complex will be located at the corner of Eighty Road and Kendall Boulevarde, Baldivis.

There will be three entry points, with the main entry being via a new roundabout that will be built at Kendall Boulevard and the other two being slip roads into the complex.

Paramount residents will be a short 7min drive from the new Baldivis District Sporting Complex, or they can take the 564, 566 or 567 bus.

How will the project benefit the community?

The district level sporting and recreation reserve will service residents of Baldivis (north and south) and will provide for district and regional level competitions for the Rockingham population in general.

Estimated jobs will the project create:

  • • Construction phase (stage 1) – 744 jobs
  • • Overall project – 2,000 jobs
  • • Ongoing:  30-50 ongoing full and part-time jobs

 

 

When will the project be delivered?

The new Baldivis District Sporting Complex will be delivered in a few stages from 2021/22, with the 2022/23 financial year being the year that every stage officially opens to the public.

This means if you purchase land at Paramount in the next year or so, you will be perfectly placed to take advantage of this fantastic new facility.

Where and when can I hear more about the new Baldivis District Sporting Complex?

If you are interested, there will be a community presentation and information/Q&A session of the master plan on:

  • • Tuesday, 16 October, 6.30-7.30pm at Mary Davies Library and Community Centre, Baldivis.
  • • Registrations for this information session are essential on (08) 9528 0333 or customer@rockingham.wa.gov.au

 

Additionally, you can provide comments on the Share Your Thoughts page until Wednesday 31 October rockingham.wa.gov.au/Our-city/Share-your-thoughts

To see the full draft master plan, please click here.

For more information about Paramount Private Esate Baldivis please visit http://paramountbaldivis.com.au/

Or contact Andrew Mackenzie on 0419 904 790 or email him at andrew@spatialproperty.com.au