The Western Australian government has announced the opening of the Mills Park Community Centre in Beckenham.
Western Australian Premier, Colin Barnett, said the works were made possible by $8 million in State government grants.
"I congratulate the City of Gosnells for developing an outstanding community hub which brings state-of-the-art recreation, community and sporting facilities to the area," Barnett said.
"The Mills Park redevelopment received $4 million in funding through a Lotterywest grant, and a further $4 million through the Department of Sport and Recreation."
The works formed part of the Mills Park redevelopment, the largest development project the city has ever undertaken.
Minister for Sport and Recreation, Mia Davies, said the city received funding from the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund.
"This money is going towards a wide range of sporting facilities at Mills Park including tennis courts, two reconfigured playing fields, floodlighting, cricket nets, two multi-purpose synthetic soccer fields, a skate park and change rooms," Davies said.
The building is Western Australia's first 6-Star Green Star public building.
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