City of Armadale

City of Armadale is a local government area in the south-eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. The City spans 545 square kilometres, encompasses 19 suburbs and localities, as well as 1431 hectares of parks and reserves. The Mayor and his 13 Councillors work tirelessly to look after their community, their environment and their economy.

City of Armadale have a dedicated Community Development Team that works closely with community stakeholders to achieve the community’s aspirations. They work hard to achieve a strong sense of community spirit by keeping it safe, healthy, engaged and understood. They do this through strategic community planning that makes Armadale a preferred place to live by fostering community pride, safety and healthy lifestyles.

City of Armadale partnered with Live Life Get Active in October 2015 and currently sponsors 2 locations. Without the generous support of City of Armadale, the provision of free outdoor fitness camps at these locations would not be possible. For more information about their camp locations and what members have to say, please read below.

Started: October 2015
Camps: 2

LOCATIONS

City of Armadale sponsors 2 locations in their local area. These camps form an important aspect of the Live Life Get Active community and you can learn more about each location below.

Champion Lakes - Joe Saunders Reserve
Hilbert - Shipwreck Park

TESTIMONIALS

“I always feel good afterwards, like I've accomplished something and have set myself up for success. Thank you for funding these camps, I really love attending.”
Em, Grassed Area Opposite Dog Park, Hilbert

What else is City of Armadale up to?

Disability reference group
Capturing local history
Strategic Community Plan