West Coast Eagles Zone

This Zone includes the West Coast Eagles new administration and training facilities. All other facilities and buildings within the zone are shared community facilities, including the Community Education Centre, the Community Events and Function Centre and the Interactive Sports and Cultural Centre. The new Community Education Centre will provide vital facilities for the delivery of community programs in partnership with the Town of Victoria Park, other community agencies and groups. It will also provide a new home for the nationally acclaimed Wirrpanda Foundation, which delivers a broad array of programs focusing on the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Project Manager

Kevin Cunningham
Project Manager for: 
Perth Football Club Zone and West Coast Eagles Zone
(08) 9311 8111

Project Updates



Goal net installation and Jacaranda relocation

May 26, 2017

The nets have been installed behind the goals on Oval 1, with the help of a crane. This will help stop any footballs from straying too far from the boundary of the oval.

The new owners of the six Jacaranda mimosifolia have been carefully nurturing the trees since January this year so that they will be in the best of health for their removal and relocation. As was provided in the West Australian Planning Commission's Forward Works Development Approval advice notes, these trees are to be relocated away from Lathlain Park. The relocation will occur over three days in late June and the trees are going to new land subdivisions in Wellard, Banjup and Baldivis.  



First home game of the season at Lathlain Park

April 6, 2017

A lot of activity has taken place in Zone 3 to prepare Oval 1 for use by the Perth Football Club for their first home game of the season which took place on Saturday, 1 April. These include:

  • The turf on Oval 1 established and suitable for play.
  • The goal posts installed.
  • The oval perimeter fence installed.
  • The Perth Football Club boundary fence installed.
  • Limestone block retained spectator terraces on the northern embankment installed.
  • New turf on the northern spectator embankment around the new retained terraces installed.
  • Temporary off-street public parking prepared on the old bowls club site on Bishopsgate Street, for use during Perth Football Club home games only.

See more pictures from Saturday on the Perth Football Club Facebook page.

Pictures courtesy of Perth Football Club.



Parking information for Perth FC home games

March 30, 2017

With the first home game of the season this Saturday, the Perth Football Club has provided information on where members and spectators can park on game day.

Parking: Available at the old bowling club site (corner of Bishopsgate St & Roberts Rd) and the surrounds of Rayment Park.

See below map for parking locations and entrance gates.​

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