Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub - Stage 1

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Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub

Project Complete

Stage 1 upgrades to the Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub are now complete, with the refreshed public open space ready to welcome Jarrahdale residents for picnics and playdates.

Read the latest updates under the news feed below.

Join us for opening day!

Come and explore the updates to the new hub and enjoy a free sausage sizzle on us as part of our opening day celebrations.

  • Thursday, 14 March
  • 3pm - 6pm
  • Bruno Gianattti Hall and Outdoor Hub, Munro Street, Jarrahdale

Check out the stalls inside the hall and meet local community groups to find out what’s on offer in Jarrahdale.

Find full event details here.

Background

The Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub is set to transform the public space at Bruno Gianatti Hall, with Stage 1 works set to be underway by November 2023.

Stage 1 of the project will include the creation of an open irrigated turf area and more accessible pathways, while laying the foundations for future stages of works such as BBQs and seating.

The removal of a portion of play equipment will allow the space to be designed and developed to have families and groups use the turf area for events, picnics and informal activities.

This project will help to activate one of the primary community spaces in Jarrahdale, bringing new life to the town's centre and offering locals and community groups a place to meet and enjoy the outdoors.

The Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub is an initiative led by the Jarrahdale Community Collective and jointly funded by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Alcoa and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is proud to support this project.

How can I view the plans?

Plans for Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub - Stage 1 works can be viewed under the "Documents" section of this web page.

How can I find out more information?

The Project Officer's contact details can be found on the right of this page. You can also contact the Shire's Administration Centre on 9526 1111.

Project Complete

Stage 1 upgrades to the Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub are now complete, with the refreshed public open space ready to welcome Jarrahdale residents for picnics and playdates.

Read the latest updates under the news feed below.

Join us for opening day!

Come and explore the updates to the new hub and enjoy a free sausage sizzle on us as part of our opening day celebrations.

  • Thursday, 14 March
  • 3pm - 6pm
  • Bruno Gianattti Hall and Outdoor Hub, Munro Street, Jarrahdale

Check out the stalls inside the hall and meet local community groups to find out what’s on offer in Jarrahdale.

Find full event details here.

Background

The Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub is set to transform the public space at Bruno Gianatti Hall, with Stage 1 works set to be underway by November 2023.

Stage 1 of the project will include the creation of an open irrigated turf area and more accessible pathways, while laying the foundations for future stages of works such as BBQs and seating.

The removal of a portion of play equipment will allow the space to be designed and developed to have families and groups use the turf area for events, picnics and informal activities.

This project will help to activate one of the primary community spaces in Jarrahdale, bringing new life to the town's centre and offering locals and community groups a place to meet and enjoy the outdoors.

The Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub is an initiative led by the Jarrahdale Community Collective and jointly funded by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Alcoa and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is proud to support this project.

How can I view the plans?

Plans for Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub - Stage 1 works can be viewed under the "Documents" section of this web page.

How can I find out more information?

The Project Officer's contact details can be found on the right of this page. You can also contact the Shire's Administration Centre on 9526 1111.

  • Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub ready for picnics and playdates

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    A brand new public open space is ready to welcome Jarrahdale families with Stage 1 upgrades to the Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub project now complete.

    The works have helped transform the outside of Bruno Gianatti Hall, with new irrigated lawn and more accessible pathways enhancing the pre-existing play area.

    Led by the Jarrahdale Community Collective and funded by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Alcoa and the Department of Local Government and Cultural Industries, the upgrades have provided the perfect spot for Jarrahdale residents to enjoy a picnic or even a game of cricket on the lawn.

    A public barbecue is available at the site with the adjacent playground available to keep the kids entertained.

    Outdoor furniture including seating and benches will be added to the site in the coming weeks.

  • Clearing works underway at Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub site

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    Works have kicked off at the site of the future Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub, and things are quickly taking shape.

    Works completed so far include:

    • Clearing of project area and earthworks for new open turf area
    • Installation of new concrete footpath and seating node

    Focus will now turn to the installation of a new irrigation system for the space, which is set to be completed in the coming weeks.

    The Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub project is an initiative by the Jarrahdale Community Collective and is funded by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Alcoa and the Department of Local Government and Cultural Industries.

  • Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub to bring public space to life

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    A new and improved public space is on the horizon for the Jarrahdale community, with Stage 1 works for the Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub set to commence by November 2023.

    Led by the Jarrahdale Community Collective and funded by the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, Alcoa and the Department of Local Government and Cultural Industries, the project will transform the area behind Bruno Gianatti Hall into a vibrant and versatile outdoor hub.

    Stage 1 works will involve the removal of some of the older playground equipment to create an open irrigated turf area with new planting and pathway connections to the remaining play area.

    The turf area will provide a flexible space for picnics, get-togethers and small community events in the heart of Jarrahdale.

    Comments attributed to Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale President Rob Coales

    “This new hub will help activate one of the main community spaces in Jarrahdale, creating a welcoming place for locals to enjoy,”

    “The Shire is proud to support this project. The Jarrahdale Community Collective have done a fantastic job and I look forward to seeing the completed space.”

    Comments attributed to Member for Darling Range, Hugh Jones MLA

    “Seeing work begin on the transformation of this community space is a testament to the spirit of our residents and the hard work of the Jarrahdale Community Collective, and shows what can be achieved when State and local government, business and community groups work together on a shared goal,”

    “Once complete, the Bruno Gianatti Outdoor Hub will give locals and visitors alike a stunning, family-friendly setting that showcases the best of Jarrahdale’s natural beauty in the heart of the town.

    “As a proud supporter of this project, I look forward to the invigoration that the new green spaces, BBQ facilities and community garden will bring to the Jarrahdale.”


    Comments attributed to Jarrahdale Community Collective President Raoul Temme

    “We’re thrilled to see the launch of the Jarrahdale Outdoor Hub project. This will be a great asset for our local community, revitalising the playground space to enhance outdoor facilities for residents and providing a welcoming space for visitors to stop by as they take in all that Jarrahdale has to offer,”

    “The Jarrahdale Community Collective thanks Alcoa, the Shire and the State Government for their support in delivering these works.”

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