Coming up this month, we are again delivering our successful Twilight Trio concert series for the whole community.
At each event, from Jazz in the Park to a Tots Dance Party and David Bowie Tribute, there’s something for everyone with free parking, food, coffee and ice-creams for sale, as well as sausage sizzles to support some of our local sporting clubs. Get your boogie on under the stars.
This year the Town of Victoria Park celebrates its 25th anniversary.
It was on November 2, 1994, that the then Town of Shepperton was officially renamed Town of Victoria
Construction of a shared path on Welshpool Road between Hale Road and Roe Highway commences this quarter, creating a vital link from Wattle Grove to the greater path network.
The Mundaring Weir Road timber bridge has reached its end of life and will this month be replaced with a concrete structure – a low-maintenance solution which will reduce costs.
Kostera Oval will receive lighting improvements, bringing the ground to competition standard and the oval extension to training standard. The increased Park after a Perth City Council restructure in July 1994.
It was on this same day that the Victoria Park Library opened its doors for the first time.
This milestone is a great catalyst for us to recognise our history, reflect on how far we’ve come as a community and look forward to a new era of future growth and development.
Throughout the year we will a do a series of things to mark this anniversary, starting with the launch of a refreshed brand to better represent who we are today and where we’re headed to create ‘a dynamic place for everyone.’
luminance will enable more teams to train and play simultaneously.
Sections of Canning Road and Patterson Road will undergo shoulder widening, making them safer for road users.
Work is underway to bring the Kalamunda community centre to fruition.
We are planning for the major changes taking place around us, including the Forrestfield North precinct around Forrestfield train station and housing and industry needs outlined by the WA Planning Commission.