Expansion of SJ Recreation Centre and Briggs Park Master Plan

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Briggs Park Recreation Centre Expansion and Precinct Masterplan

Thank you for your contributions. This project is now under review.


About the project:

The Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre is in the planning stages of an expansion project, which will include the addition of two new basketball courts and related facilities to accommodate our flourishing and engaged community.

Furthermore, we're actively developing a new Master Plan for the recreation precinct, aiming to optimise space usage and enjoyment for our community members.

Residents are welcome to reach out to the Project Team with any inquiries or concerns. Your feedback is essential as we work together to enhance our community spaces.

The Shire is gathering insights from our clubs and user groups at Briggs Park and the SJ Recreation Centre throughout April and May 2024.

Community input is invaluable as we shape the future of these facilities to meet your evolving needs. We're also collaborating with sporting bodies and associations to anticipate future growth requirements in each area.

We're actively engaging with various clubs and groups that use the facility, including:

• YMCA WA

• Byford BMX Club

• Mundijong Centrals Junior Football Club

• Byford Bushrangers

• SJ Blues Cricket Club

• Armadale Community Playgroup

• Heritage Country Choir

• GKR Karate


What’s Happening Now?

We have received feedback from various clubs, community groups, the YMCA, and other users of the Recreation Centre. In response, two expansion options have been presented to the Council to better serve our growing community. These options are currently under review by our external consultants, who will develop two detailed concepts featuring new basketball courts and additional amenities.

The finalised concept plan will be used to seek funding from state and federal governments for the construction of the expanded facility. Stay tuned for updates by following this page and signing up for our newsletter.


Thank you for your contributions. This project is now under review.


About the project:

The Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre is in the planning stages of an expansion project, which will include the addition of two new basketball courts and related facilities to accommodate our flourishing and engaged community.

Furthermore, we're actively developing a new Master Plan for the recreation precinct, aiming to optimise space usage and enjoyment for our community members.

Residents are welcome to reach out to the Project Team with any inquiries or concerns. Your feedback is essential as we work together to enhance our community spaces.

The Shire is gathering insights from our clubs and user groups at Briggs Park and the SJ Recreation Centre throughout April and May 2024.

Community input is invaluable as we shape the future of these facilities to meet your evolving needs. We're also collaborating with sporting bodies and associations to anticipate future growth requirements in each area.

We're actively engaging with various clubs and groups that use the facility, including:

• YMCA WA

• Byford BMX Club

• Mundijong Centrals Junior Football Club

• Byford Bushrangers

• SJ Blues Cricket Club

• Armadale Community Playgroup

• Heritage Country Choir

• GKR Karate


What’s Happening Now?

We have received feedback from various clubs, community groups, the YMCA, and other users of the Recreation Centre. In response, two expansion options have been presented to the Council to better serve our growing community. These options are currently under review by our external consultants, who will develop two detailed concepts featuring new basketball courts and additional amenities.

The finalised concept plan will be used to seek funding from state and federal governments for the construction of the expanded facility. Stay tuned for updates by following this page and signing up for our newsletter.


Page last updated: 21 Jun 2024, 08:51 AM