Proposed Golf Club House, Cafe & Community Facility (Montreal Street, Fremantle)

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A replacement co-located golf club house, cafe and community facility is being designed near the Montreal St entry to Booyeembara Park.


The proposed location of the community facility would cater to a catchment area of approximately 1km radius and serve the current and emerging community in this area. This project has been initiated because of the Main Roads WA High Street upgrade project. The facility makes up one component of the wider remediation and replacement works and you can find more detail on all associated projects here.


Design Process

The key stages in the design process to date are outlined here and you can find more detailed information in the timeline and document library on this page.

  • Consultation with golf course users on the clubhouse component - majority support for a combined facility and desire for improved facilities.
  • Initial community engagement to identify potential uses (and users) of proposed community facility.
  • These preferences, as well as City commitments and policies, were embedded in the architectural brief and formed the basis of design criteria used to test various scenarios.
  • Early feedback from key user groups (both golfing and community) on building location, orientation and access.
  • We're now engaging with the broad community and users to help guide the building design and how it connects to both the golf course and park.

We invite you to participate in the planning of this new facility so we can ensure it meets the needs of all users. Join the discussion and share your ideas by 12 July 2020.

We want to know how you’d like to use the building and its surrounds, and any features that would help with this.

  • Facility Ideas - Review the design concept showing connections and click on the 'Facility Ideas' tab to post, vote and comment on others ideas.
  • Boo Park Discussion - Click on the 'Boo Park Discussion' tab to see the connections between the park, building and golf course, and what we've heard so far. Join the forum discussion on improvements, access and character.
  • We're also holding two informal drop-in sessions near the olive grove in Booyeembara Park, where you can view material, ‘sketch up’ your ideas and ask questions. Join us on either:
    • Saturday 27 June 2020 – anytime between 9.00am to 11.00am; or
    • Tuesday 30 June 2020 – anytime between 3.00pm to 5.00pm.


A replacement co-located golf club house, cafe and community facility is being designed near the Montreal St entry to Booyeembara Park.


The proposed location of the community facility would cater to a catchment area of approximately 1km radius and serve the current and emerging community in this area. This project has been initiated because of the Main Roads WA High Street upgrade project. The facility makes up one component of the wider remediation and replacement works and you can find more detail on all associated projects here.


Design Process

The key stages in the design process to date are outlined here and you can find more detailed information in the timeline and document library on this page.

  • Consultation with golf course users on the clubhouse component - majority support for a combined facility and desire for improved facilities.
  • Initial community engagement to identify potential uses (and users) of proposed community facility.
  • These preferences, as well as City commitments and policies, were embedded in the architectural brief and formed the basis of design criteria used to test various scenarios.
  • Early feedback from key user groups (both golfing and community) on building location, orientation and access.
  • We're now engaging with the broad community and users to help guide the building design and how it connects to both the golf course and park.

We invite you to participate in the planning of this new facility so we can ensure it meets the needs of all users. Join the discussion and share your ideas by 12 July 2020.

We want to know how you’d like to use the building and its surrounds, and any features that would help with this.

  • Facility Ideas - Review the design concept showing connections and click on the 'Facility Ideas' tab to post, vote and comment on others ideas.
  • Boo Park Discussion - Click on the 'Boo Park Discussion' tab to see the connections between the park, building and golf course, and what we've heard so far. Join the forum discussion on improvements, access and character.
  • We're also holding two informal drop-in sessions near the olive grove in Booyeembara Park, where you can view material, ‘sketch up’ your ideas and ask questions. Join us on either:
    • Saturday 27 June 2020 – anytime between 9.00am to 11.00am; or
    • Tuesday 30 June 2020 – anytime between 3.00pm to 5.00pm.


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    We’d like your feedback on how we progress improvements to Booyeembara Park in line with the landscape master plan. 

    Subject to approval, the City has received a cash-in-lieu contribution specifically for this purpose as a condition of subdivision from nearby land. This will fund a first stage of these works, with the balance to be completed in future years.

    You can find the original master plan in the document library or click here. We are also currently working on a review, you can view the current draft here

    The graphic below has been developed to help you visualise the connections between the park, building and golf course and the various existing or proposed activities and features of the site.

    Click on the pins below to see how key areas of the park relate to the new facility. We have also included feedback we have received so far from the Booyeembara Park Reference Group, Fremantle Public Golf Course workshops and building consultation on what could be achieved. 


    Use this discussion thread to tell us: 

    • How do you currently use the park or golf course and how could this be improved? 

    • How would you like to use the park or golf course and what features or areas could support this?

    • How you access the park or golf course and how can this can be improved?

    • Do you have thoughts on the character of the landscape and how it relates to your experience?

    Click below to join the discussion and share your thoughts.

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