Harvey Field Precinct Project

In 2018 users of Harvey Field (surrounding residents and local sporting clubs) were consulted on a Masterplan for the Recreation Precinct. To make the proposal financially viable, Council has had to prioritise elements for implementation.  The concept option approved at the May 2021 Ordinary Council Meeting allows for a new Anderson Pavilion to be constructed while remaining compatible with the original 2018 Masterplan should Council be in the position to progress other elements in the future.

At the September 2021 Council Meeting, Council resolved to award the tender for the upgrade of the pavilion to Classic Contractors. A budget of $1,565,000 has been allocated for the reconstruction, with $400,000 coming from a State Government Community Sporting Recreation Facility Fund (CSRFF) grant, awarded to the Town last financial year.

The long-awaited upgrade of Anderson Pavilion is great news for the many members of the community who use these facilities – young players and their families. The ageing pavilion has been in need of an upgrade for some time. The new pavilion will be built in approximately the same location as the current building and will be single level. It will provide four change rooms, umpire facilities, public toilets, storage, an enclosed spectator area and a kiosk. These new facilities will allow local sporting clubs to properly cater for members, including an increasing number of females.

The Town of Cottesloe would like to thank the State Government who, through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries are a major supporter of community sport and recreation facilities in Western Australia. Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities.

Anderson Pavilion is located at Harvey Field, the home ground of Cottesloe Magpies Junior Football Club, Cottesloe Roosters Football Club and Cottesloe Rugby Union Football Club.

Anderson Pavilion - Architectural

Anderson Pavilion Final Concept Plans