Visiting the City of Stirling

The City of Stirling is a vibrant hub of activity with many things to see and do. The region is renowned for its beautiful beaches, parks and reserves that can be enjoyed year round.  A range of bars, cafes and restaurants are available across the City, offering a variety of cuisines that showcase our multicultural community.  Located just 6 kilometres from the CBD you can visit for the day or stay in our range of accommodation options.

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Enjoy live entertainment in Scarborough during the warmer months at the only amphitheatre on the beach in WA, hosting an active precinct that caters for a range of festival and events. Alternately take in classic films or live performances at the historic Astor Theatre in Mount Lawleyor catch up with all the new releases at the Innaloo Cinema Complex .

Go to our What's On Page for more entertainment options at the City.

Explore the walking and cycle tracks throughout the City including the coast from Scarborough to Waterman's Bay, around Lake Gwelup and the Carine Open Space. There are plenty of excellent Cafes and Kiosks in our region so you could incorporate a brunch or drink as part of your exercise.

Go to Places to Walk and CycleWA Department of Transport Walking Guides Responsible Cafe's in the City of Stirling 

Shop in air-conditioned comfort in one of our three major shopping centres; Westfield Innaloo, Karrinyup Shopping Centre or Mirrabooka Square. Karrinyup Shopping Centre is Perth's premier retail venue north of the river with more than 180 speciality stores and is home to major retailers. All of the Centres are accessible by public transport. Beaufort Street passes through Mount Lawley and Inglewood.

Go to Karrinyup Shopping Centre WestfieldMirrabooka SquareBeaufort Street Network

Tee off at one of the four golf courses in the City of Stirling. The Hamersley Public Golf Course is open seven days a week and includes an 18-hole golf course, eight-bay driving range, pro shop, bar and reception centre. There are three other private golf courses, so check their websites to find out about open days for the public.

Go to Hamersley Public Golf Course Lake Karrinyup Country Club The WA Golf Club (Yokine)Mount Lawley Golf Club 

Dine out in one of the many quality options on offer. From funky cafes in Mt Lawley to awesome italian in Osborne Park, the City of Stirling has it all. Watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean with fish and chips or go more upmarket in one of the top notch restaurants overlooking Scarborough or Trigg beaches.

Experience a range of excellent coastal activities including swimming, snorkelling, surfing and kitesurfing. All of the beaches along our coastline will impress. Some of the favourite local spots are Scarborough, Trigg, Mettam's Pool and Waterman's Bay. 

Go to Explore Our Coastline

Stay a while at the excellent range of accommodation in our City. Along the Sunset Coast, you will find accommodation letting you enjoy the sunset over the Indian Ocean – ranging from five stars to cheap and cheerful. Caravan and camping options are available if you prefer the comfort of the stars.

Go to Sunset Coast Accommodation

Play at the family friendly parks and reserves across the City. You can bring along a picnic or barbeque and the kids can enjoy some of the best playgrounds across the City at locations such as Yokine Reserve and Charles Riley Reserve. If you are looking for sporting activities or some aquatic fun, visit one of our six Stirling Leisure Centres.

Go to Stirling Leisure Centres Parks and Reserves 

Experience nature and see a huge variety of flora and fauna in natural and scenic locations. Perth has a unique lake system that is home to a range of bird life, vegetation and other species and is rich in cultural heritage. You can visit three of these lakes in our region – Herdsman Lake, Carine Lake and Lake Gwelup. The Trigg Bushland Reserve and Star Swamp Reserve are both vast reserves that offer access to unique ecosystems that can be enjoyed by walkers and birdwatchers.

Go to Urban Bushland Council

Discover the history and culture of the region. Visit the Mt Flora Museum for a glimpse into the region's past through photographs and artefacts. There is a collection of unique public art across the City that you can enjoy along your travels. There are also two Heritage trails in the City - Scarborough-Trigg and Star Swamp that display the swamp's natural significance and its role in the history and development of the area with a series of plaques. 

Go to Mt Flora Museum Heritage Trails Public Art 

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