The revitalisation of Scarborough has begun! The City of Stirling and Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) are collaborating to bring exciting new places, spaces and future to the area.

Visit the MRA website site for all the information including project timelines, updates and more.


Accessing Scarborough

Parking, pedestrian and cyclist access changes are in place at Scarborough beachfront whilst works are underway, including: 

    • Foreshore pathways are closed within the construction zone between Manning and Brighton streets.

    • An east west pedestrian access is open at the clock tower through to the amphitheatre and beach.

The main vehicle entry to Scarborough Beach via Scarborough Beach Road will be closed to vehicle traffic from mid-February until mid-2017 to create a new bus interchange. The Esplanade will also be restricted to one-way, southbound traffic to accommodate temporary bus stops and enable Transperth services to continue servicing the beach.  View the road access map from February 2017 here.

 Visit the MRA website for maps, interactive videos and more on transport and parking in Scarborough


Scarborough Beach Association

The Scarborough Beach Association (SBA) is a community collective for people who love Scarborough and are dedicated to developing a better place to work, live and play. They have recently launched their new Facebook page.

 Connect with the SBA on Facebook to keep up to date with everything Scarborough.

Events at Scarborough

The MRA and City of Stirling are committed to activating the Scarborough Beach precinct. The area will be challenged through parking, transport and access therefore no further event applications will be accepted for the remainder of 2016-17. However there is still plenty of options to visit, dine and be entertained.

Search Facebook for your favourite restaurant or cafe as lots of things happen inside the local venues.

If you have an idea for an event or activity for the area, please contact the City via email on stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au.   Please note Event Applications may be required, find our more on our Event Planning and Opportunities page.


Scarborough Pool

Find our more about the Scarborough Master Plans and Scarborough Pool on the City's website.

City of Stirling Planning Projects