SKATEBOARDING demonstrations will be the focus of the official reopening of the revamped Stirk Park playground and skatepark in Kalamunda on Saturday, November 25 from 11am.
The day will also feature a free sausage sizzle, while the Kalamunda Eastern Suns will host a basketball clinic.
The City of Kalamunda is expecting limited parking at Stirk Park for this popular event and have set up a free shuttle bus from the city’s administration building on Railway Road and Elizabeth Street, which will run every 15 minutes from 10.45am to 3pm.
The city is also encouraging visitors to park in the Kalamunda city centre and walk to the park on the day if possible.
City of Kalamunda Mayor Margaret Thomas said she is eager to welcome the community back to Stirk Park.
“The re-opening signifies the successful culmination of collaborative effort between the city and our funding partners, which has resulted in a facility that will serve our community for years to come,” she said.
“We invite all residents to join us as we celebrate this remarkable transformation and create lasting memories at this cherished park.”
The Stirk Park redevelopment was funded by the Kalamunda Rotary Club, the federal government’s local roads and community infrastructure program and Lotterywest.