Designed with input from the local community, here’s a first glimpse of the design for the planned foreshore transformation at Golden Bay. Click on the link below to see more images of the future foreshore park and the video flythrough.
This park delivers a host of new facilities for adults and kids alike. A landmark playground within the park that features large distinctive coloured building blocks, together with three trampolines, tunnel slide, life sized block tractor and more. The unique playground, was custom-designed by landscape architects EPCAD and is the only one of its kind in Perth and Western Australia.
Rhonda Scarrott Reserve
Located between Aurea Boulevard and Tangadee Road, Rhonda Scarrott Reserve boasts two playing fields for both football and cricket, a Community Centre and a state-of-the-art sports pavilion, built by the City of Rockingham.
Features a spectacular new playground with a rock climbing wall, climbing trees and fireman’s pole lookout for the older kids, while the toddlers and “littlies” can enjoy the sandpit, slide, Tyre swing and percussion instruments. The new football oval is also great for kicking footie and soccer balls around.
Sunset Hill Park
Opened in Spring 2015, and with views over the Indian Ocean, the 7,500sqm Natureplay park in Golden Bay’s Seaside precinct can be enjoyed by the whole family. Kids can stay active and have loads of fun exploring the bushland and making the most of features including a dual flying fox, tree hut, rope bridges, birds nest swing, wind chimes, talk tubes and xylophone.
This 1.3 hectare beach themed park is a great place for the whole family. Local school students helped come up with the design and we think you’ll agree they’ve done a great job. The ‘wave’ slide, surfboard balancing play equipment, barbeque and picnic facilities, football goals, half-basketball court and plenty of shade, is guaranteed to deliver plenty of fun.
Tangadee Road Park
Let the kids climb and play at the playground or catch up with friends at the smaller of two parks on Tangadee Road, which also includes a shaded picnic area with tables.
Daniel Kelly Memorial Skate Park
Adjacent to the Rhonda Scarrott Reserve is the popular Daniel Kelley Memorial Skate Park, named after a young local leader who rallied the community to develop a skate park but tragically passed away after a sudden illness in 2002. With skate, scooter and BMX ramps, the Skate Park is suitable for a range of ages and abilities.