​​​​​​Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka is an established centre that was partially refurbished in 2016. Located on the Dryandra-Pendula reserve.


Location and parking

The Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka is located on the Dryandra-Pendula reserve, which is bordered by Dryandra Drive, Pendula Gardens and Boyare Avenue.  Access to the car park is off Dryandra Drive, opposite the Dryandra Primary School.  There are approximately 40 car parking bays as well as two accessible bays available for patrons of the centre, though these may also be utilised by members of the public attending the reserve.


Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka


Corner Dryandra Drive and Pendula Gardens
Mirrabooka WA 6061

Rooms available for hire

Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka has three rooms that are available for hire on a casual ('one-off') or regular ('on-going') basis. The rooms are listed below along with their main features. For fees and charges, please refer to the following section

Main hallStirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka

  • 120 m² in size holding up to 120 people standing or up to 90 people seated
  • Vinyl flooring in main hall and kitchenette; carpeted foyer
  • Evaporative air-conditioning and fans for cooling, gas heaters for heating
  • Domestic grade kitchen with servery window into main hall

Meeting room

  • 40 m² in size holding up to 40 people standing or up to 30 people seated
  • Carpeted flooring
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning for cooling and heating
  • Kitchenette with servery window into meeting room

Activity Room

  • 50 m² in size holding up to 50 people standing or up to 40 people seated
  • Half Carpeted and half vinyl flooring
  • Sink and Children's toilet
  • No kitchen facilities
  • Access to enclosed playground

View Floor Plan


Fees and charges

The following fees and charges are for room hire at the Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka. The City of Stirling's Council endorses the fees on 1 July each year and they are applicable until 30 June. The fees listed reflect the standard rate of hire; community rates of hire are available on request, however, only not-for-profit organisations verified by the City are eligible for the community rates. A bond, also known as a security deposit, is charged against all rentals.



​Main hall

Any time​

$57.00 per hour

​Medium risk*​$1000.00 per rental

​Meeting room

​Any time

​$31.00 per hour

​Low risk*$500.00 per rental

​Activity Room

​Any time

​$37.00 per hour
$300.00 per week

​No risk*$100.00 per rental

*The exact bond to be charged against the rental is det​​​ermined through the booking process.


How to make a booking

To hire the Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka an application form must completed and submitted to the office, which initiates the booking process.  Before submitting an application form, the below instructions must be accepted/undertaken.

  1. The Terms and C​onditions of Hire must be read and understood.
  2. The suitability and availability of the centre must be checked with the office (contact details listed under Administration and general enquiries). If application is approved, an officer will confirm via email or telephone, at which time a $50.00 non-refundable deposit will become due.  Payment of the deposit will allow the application form to be processed and documents confirming the successful booking will be emailed by close of business the same day.

Please be aware that submission of an application form does not, in any way, guarantee or confirm the booking. The booking process can take up to five business days from receipt of the application form.

​^Please note that this facility is not suitable for 18th/21st birthday parties, bucks or hens nights.


Administration and general enquiries

Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka is an unmanned/unstaffed facility and is administered from the City of Stirling Administration Centre. The below details may be used to check centre suitability/availability, submit an application form, or to make any other general enquiries.

Stirling Community Centres Office

City of Stirling
Administration Centre
25 Cedric Street
Stirling WA 6021

Direct Telephone (08) 9205 8489

Direct Email RecreationCentres@stirling.wa.gov.au 


Activities and user groups

Stirling Community Centres - Mirrabooka is home to several regular hire groups who conduct a variety of activities. The below table lists the groups based on their hired days. For more information about their activity, click on their name to be taken to their website/send them an email or alternatively call the office (contact details above) for further information.


​Dryandra Craft Club​​​​​Horn of Africa Cultural Association​Gada Oromo Community
​Horn of Africa Cultural Association

​Australian Annoor CentreOgaden Community

Dryandra-Pendula reserve

For information about the Dryandra-Pendula reserve, call the City of Stirling's Club Development Officer on (08) 9205 8555.