Kalamunda Skate Park Co-design

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Outcome & Updates

April 2022: Nature play space adopted by Council on Tuesday, 26 April. View designs here

February 2022 - The City has received written confirmation from Rotary Club of Kalamunda will contribute $75,000 towards the Stirk Park upgrades.

January 2022 - The City has secured a $1.715 million grant from Lotterywest towards the construction and associated costs for development of the playground and skate park. Pre-works will commence shortly around the Lake area to improve the Park drainage system and set up for the playground. Detailed design of the playground is expected in April 2022. [read full media release]

September 2021 - The City has allocated $316,000 in the 2021/22 Budget to undertake detail design of the skate park and playground, kicking off the improvements at Stirk Park. In addition, we recently applied to Lotterywest for funding of the $3million upgrade – we’re awaiting the outcome ATM. We’ll announce to the community as soon as we know more.

October 2020 - Concept designs for Stage One priorities of the Stirk Park Master Plan including the new play space and skate park are now completed following a detailed community consultation process.

The concepts were endorsed by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of the 25th August 2020 and the City are now seeking external funding opportunities to implement the project.

The detailed design concept video was produced for Council endorsement



Background

In July 2018, Council amended the adopted Stirk Park Master Plan to replace the existing skate park on Canning Road with a new skate park at Stirk Park in lieu of a BMX pump track.

Get excited everyone, the City of Kalamunda is now collaborating with Skate Sculpture and the local community to design the new skate park for the Kalamunda area. The facility aims to have a mix of street and transition terrain, catering to people of all riding styles and skill levels.

GET ON BOARD! Join in on the design of the new Kalamunda Skatepark.

We have created several ways for your to design the Kalamunda skate park including:

  • A design survey, where you can pick your top skate features / design elements.
  • Design templates, where you can draw and upload your own skate park.
  • An interactive brainstorming forum where you can sticky note your own ideas and view the other's ideas.

Comments closed Monday, 20 April 2020


Keep up to date with the Stirk Park Upgrade Project here: https://www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/our-city/project-details/stirk-park-upgrade

Outcome & Updates

April 2022: Nature play space adopted by Council on Tuesday, 26 April. View designs here

February 2022 - The City has received written confirmation from Rotary Club of Kalamunda will contribute $75,000 towards the Stirk Park upgrades.

January 2022 - The City has secured a $1.715 million grant from Lotterywest towards the construction and associated costs for development of the playground and skate park. Pre-works will commence shortly around the Lake area to improve the Park drainage system and set up for the playground. Detailed design of the playground is expected in April 2022. [read full media release]

September 2021 - The City has allocated $316,000 in the 2021/22 Budget to undertake detail design of the skate park and playground, kicking off the improvements at Stirk Park. In addition, we recently applied to Lotterywest for funding of the $3million upgrade – we’re awaiting the outcome ATM. We’ll announce to the community as soon as we know more.

October 2020 - Concept designs for Stage One priorities of the Stirk Park Master Plan including the new play space and skate park are now completed following a detailed community consultation process.

The concepts were endorsed by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of the 25th August 2020 and the City are now seeking external funding opportunities to implement the project.

The detailed design concept video was produced for Council endorsement



Background

In July 2018, Council amended the adopted Stirk Park Master Plan to replace the existing skate park on Canning Road with a new skate park at Stirk Park in lieu of a BMX pump track.

Get excited everyone, the City of Kalamunda is now collaborating with Skate Sculpture and the local community to design the new skate park for the Kalamunda area. The facility aims to have a mix of street and transition terrain, catering to people of all riding styles and skill levels.

GET ON BOARD! Join in on the design of the new Kalamunda Skatepark.

We have created several ways for your to design the Kalamunda skate park including:

  • A design survey, where you can pick your top skate features / design elements.
  • Design templates, where you can draw and upload your own skate park.
  • An interactive brainstorming forum where you can sticky note your own ideas and view the other's ideas.

Comments closed Monday, 20 April 2020


Keep up to date with the Stirk Park Upgrade Project here: https://www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/our-city/project-details/stirk-park-upgrade

  • The survey is now closed, consultation has concluded on this project.

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