Planned System Outage - Sunday, 1 August

Online requests and our LeisureFit Centres fitness classes booking system (Envibe) will not be available on Sunday, 1 August from 7.00pm to 10.00pm as those systems undergo important upgrades.

Online and phone payments will remain available. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Community Sport and Recreation Team

The City of Melville is home to over 120 community sporting clubs and recreation groups utilising one or more of our active reserves and/or sporting facilities.

The Community Recreation Development Team provides support for any sporting and recreation related requests/queries. The team can be reached by:Swipe to see more

Healthy Melville Coordinator - Recreation08 9364 0665
Recreation Development Officers

08 9364 0189 or 08 9364 0271

rdo@melville.wa.gov.au

Find a Club!

Simply search one of our diverse sporting and recreation codes to find a suitable club and their contact details:

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Archery

Personal Training/Fitness Groups
AthleticsRowing
Australian Football (AFL)Rugby League and Union
Baseball/Softball/Tee-ballSoccer/Football
BMXSquash
BowlsSwimming
CricketSynchronised Swimming
Gaelic FootballTennis
GolfTouch Football
HockeyTriathlon Training
Homing PigeonWalking/Running
NetballWater Polo

City of Melville Active Reserves

An active reserve, also known as a sporting reserve is used for structured team sports. Active reserves also include so-called passive areas such as verges, bush land, sumps and playgrounds and may also be called ‘Parks’. e.g Winthrop Park.

Whilst majority of their use is for community sport, they also provide a variety of other recreational activities for the local communities they serve.

All active reserves are accessible to the public, however, priority access remains with our registered sporting clubs who hold ground allocation approval.

Note: The information on this interactive image was correct at the time of publishing, some details may have changed.

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