Queens Park Open Space Masterplan

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Queens Park Open Space

The Queens Park Open Space Master Plan was endorsed by Council in November 2020.

This master planning project begun shortly after Premier Mark McGowan announced that the State Government would match the Commonwealth contribution of $16.25 million to enable the full development of the State Football Centre at Queens Park Open Space. Whilst the State Football Centre is fully funded through Federal and State commitments, the remaining community focused areas and public realm elements outside the State Football Centre are captured within the Queens Park Open Space Master Plan and will be delivered by the City of Canning.

This Master Plan was developed with the input of our community between June and November 2020. Our conversations have helped us understand how you – the community - use the areas and what opportunities you think we should implement to provide the best open space possible. Thank you to everyone who contributed their ideas and feedback. The Plan intends to revitalise the area and create a space for the community to enjoy.

The next stage of the project is the preparation of detailed designs, taking the project from a concept to a construction ready project. There will be opportunities to provide input on these designs, please subscribe via the Stay Informed section on this page to receive updates.

The Queens Park Open Space Master Plan was endorsed by Council in November 2020.

This master planning project begun shortly after Premier Mark McGowan announced that the State Government would match the Commonwealth contribution of $16.25 million to enable the full development of the State Football Centre at Queens Park Open Space. Whilst the State Football Centre is fully funded through Federal and State commitments, the remaining community focused areas and public realm elements outside the State Football Centre are captured within the Queens Park Open Space Master Plan and will be delivered by the City of Canning.

This Master Plan was developed with the input of our community between June and November 2020. Our conversations have helped us understand how you – the community - use the areas and what opportunities you think we should implement to provide the best open space possible. Thank you to everyone who contributed their ideas and feedback. The Plan intends to revitalise the area and create a space for the community to enjoy.

The next stage of the project is the preparation of detailed designs, taking the project from a concept to a construction ready project. There will be opportunities to provide input on these designs, please subscribe via the Stay Informed section on this page to receive updates.

  • Council endorses Queens Park Open Space Masterplan

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    Council endorsed the Queens Park Open Space Masterplan at the Ordinary Council Meeting on the 17 November 2020.

    The Queens Park Open Space Masterplan responds to the announcement that the State Football Centre will be built on the site. The State Football Centre is a $32.5 million facility that will be the administration home of Football West and will include their high performance and community programs.

    Two concepts were presented back to the community based on their feedback, these options were then refined into one Masterplan.

    The Agenda and Minutes of the meeting can be found on the City's website.


  • Masterplan and State Football Centre update

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    Queens Park Open Space Masterplan

    The Queens Park Open Space Masterplan is in its final stages, with refinements underway from the recent feedback on the site walk and survey. Thanks again to everyone who has contributed ideas, thoughts and feedback on the proposed plans.


    State Football Centre

    The State Government, the City of Canning and Football West continue to work together to develop the plan for the State Football Centre which will cover all the challenges of the site including environmental, drainage, flora and fauna, traffic, parking and event management.

    The steps for the State Football Centre include a flora and fauna assessment (completed) and heritage assessment (underway), as well as clearing permit (underway) and development applications, as required by law.

    For further information on the progress and development of the State Football Centre, visit the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries website.



  • What's happening on site

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    Preliminary site investigations will help inform the design of the State Football Centre. As a result, there will be workers on site from time to time.

    If you have any queries, contact the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural industries.