Residents invited to comment on Stirk Park plan


The Shire of Kalamunda wants people to have their say on the use of Stirk Park. Pictured marching at the park are members of the Westralian Great War Living History Association.
The Shire of Kalamunda wants people to have their say on the use of Stirk Park. Pictured marching at the park are members of the Westralian Great War Living History Association.

THE Shire of Kalamunda wants to hear from residents about the plan to guide Stirk Park in the future.

A key aspect of the planning process will be to identify the needs and requirements of both park users and the broader community.

Shire President Andrew Waddell said he “encouraged as many people as possible from our community and beyond to have their say about the master plan and to help us meet the needs of the park users and the broader community”.

TPG Town Planning, Urban Design and Heritage, and Emerge Associates have been appointed as consultants for this project.

There will be opportunities to provide feedback about the master plan including an survey on the Shire’s website

A Community Visioning workshop will be held on Saturday, June 18 at the Kalamunda Club, Stirk Park from 9am-noon and the Shire will have a community information stall on Sunday, June 26 at the Kalamunda Farmer’s Market from 8am-noon.

Stirk Park was bought by the Darling Range Roads Board in 1949 for recreational purposes.

For more information or to get involved, email: stirkpark@kalamunda.wa.gov.au or phone 9257 9999.