Piara Waters: new Rossiter Pavilion and Playing Fields officially open

Armadale mayor Henry Zelones with Piara Waters resident James Hagdorn (4).
Armadale mayor Henry Zelones with Piara Waters resident James Hagdorn (4).

SPORTING clubs and community groups could have access to a brand new home after the Rossiter Pavilion and Playing Fields was officially opened on Thursday.

The $7.3 million project abuts the new Aspiri Primary School and City of Armadale mayor Henry Zelones said it was the second of 14 community recreation areas scheduled to open over the next 14 years.

The new Rossiter Pavilion.

“A community amenity of this nature provides a central shared use space that brings residents together and further develops their sense of community,” he said.

The new pavilion includes a main hall and clubroom with kitchens and serveries, a multi-purpose room, a meeting room, four change rooms, two referee change rooms, two universal toilets including a shower, spectator tiered seating and more than 100 parking bays.

Outside there are brand new playing fields as well as a new playground.

The facility is open for community bookings, with inquiries to be made at 9294 5000 or info@armadale.wa.gov.au.

Sporting clubs wanting to be based at the new ground can go to www.armadale.wa.gov.au/community-facilities-hire/Rossiter-Pavilion for an expression of interest form.

Rossiter Pavilion and Playing Fields’ new playground.