The City of Stirling encourages the use of parks and reserves for social, physical and environmental health, and continually redevelops our parks to ensure conducive and enjoyable open spaces are available for the community. Find out more about the program.
The City of Stirling is currently redeveloping some of our parks to encourage use by residents and other visitors for socialising, group events, and active and passive recreation.
The intention is to create high-quality facilities in a beautifully landscaped setting suited to a range of uses.
These parks will have:
• Drinking fountains
• Picnic tables and shelters
• A variety of open spaces.
The program seeks to increase awareness of the benefits of parks to the community for social, cultural, health and environmental reasons.
The following parks have been developed under this program:
• Albert James Reserve in Joondanna
• Clarko Reserve in Trigg
• Copley Park in Mt Lawley
• Floribunda Reserve in Balga
• MacAulay Park in Inglewood
• Majestic Noble Reserve in Dianella
• Millet Selina Reserve in Innaloo.
The City continues to allocate funds each year for the ongoing development of our community parks.
Future development of other reserves is currently under consideration as part of the current Public Open Space Network Strategy.