- Fremantle Golf Course redesign – lessee and golf course users.
- Proposed club house and facility design and function & Booyeembara Park improvements – park users, golf course users, golf course lessee, local community groups, Booyeembara Park Reference Group, precinct groups and nearby residents and property owners.
- Booyeembara Park east end and proposed mountain bike trails – nearby property owners and residents, Boo Park Reference Group, precinct group and potential users.
What does the design of the Fremantle golf course clubhouse and community centre look like?
A schematic design was submitted to Council 11 November 2020 for approval. You can find the Council item and attachments for the 11 Nov FPOL meeting here:
The footprint as shown in the landscaping plans is indicative only, it may change slightly from this position. The building and surrounding landscape designs are being coordinated to ensure an integrated and complementary precinct to support a range of functions and uses.
For background information on engagement that was undertaken on the building please visit the My Say Freo page: mysay.fremantle.wa.gov.au/community-facility
Have you addressed parking for the Fremantle golf course clubhouse and community centre as requested?
The parking shown for the building is indicative only in theses landscape plans. The Schematic Designs submitted to Council show one parking option being considered.
Refer to the FGC project page for updates on the Fremantle Golf Course project: fremantle.wa.gov.au/page/fremantle-golf-course
You can find the Council item and attachments for the 11 Nov FPOL meeting here:
What is happening with the Booyeembara Park Mountain Bike Trail?
Following community engagement on the mountain bike trail the City has been in discussions with Lotterywest for a grant to enable further development of the design and construction of the trail and associated landscaping. This is currently unfunded.
You can keep up to date with this project here: mysay.fremantle.wa.gov.au/booparkeast
How have past engagements that we have commented on been incorporated into this design?
Over the past year the City has asked for feedback or input on:
The input received from all responses has been carefully considered and incorporated into the design where practical and where budget has allowed.
Where did the ideas behind the landscape designs come from?
Along with the feedback received from past engagements, City staff have been working closely with the Booyeembara Park Reference Group on developing the designs over the last six months. The designs have been developed from the original 1999 Master Plan and look to finalise unfinished areas, meet current and future community needs and link everything together.