The City of Stirling is committed to the planning and management of our public open spaces and has drawn up recreation/sport/environmental plans for key reserves. Several plans have already been approved. Find out more about the plans.

The City of Stirling's regional and larger district classified public open spaces are important for organised sports, informal active and passive recreation, environmental conservation and green relief to urban form. In order to manage the complex nature of these facilities and plan for their sustainable development, the City has conducted recreational master planning over the below reserves.

To date, the Council has endorsed plans for:

  
  
  
  
Carine Regional Open Space Map.pdfCarine Regional Open Space Map583 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Carine Regional Open Space Master Plan.pdfCarine Regional Open Space Master Plan4240 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Charles Riley Memorial Reserve Master Plan.pdfCharles Riley Memorial Reserve Master Plan8968 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Dianella Regional Open Space Map.pdfDianella Regional Open Space Map499 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Dianella Regional Open Space Master Plan.pdfDianella Regional Open Space Master Plan1750 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Yokine Regional Open Space Revised  Master Plan.pdfYokine Regional Open Space Revised Master Plan8615 KB 5/02/2012 12:37
Public Open Space Strategy.pdfPublic Open Space Strategy4673 KB 10/04/2012 11:43
Hamer Park and Inglewood Oval Development Plan.pdfHamer Park and Inglewood Oval Development Plan6087 KB 6/05/2013 11:29
Des Penman Master Plan 1 May 2012.pdfDes Penman Master Plan 1 May 201211189 KB 22/08/2014 16:03
Dianella Community Playspace Location and Concept Design.pdfDianella Community Playspace Location and Concept Design631 KB 6/05/2013 11:34
 
Funds are requested each year to implement the recommendations of the master plans in an integrated and sustainable manner.