The Ellenbrook District Open Space was officially opened over the weekend, with the Southern Playing Fields and Pavilion revealed. Similarly four synthetic rectangular fields, brand new change rooms, sporting storage facilities as well as a kiosk were unveiled to the public.
Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies revealed that $2 million in funding was granted through the Liberal National Government's Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund.
The Minister spoke of the many benefits the new facilities and areas will have for the region.
"The opening sees the completion of a major piece in the larger Ellenbrook District Open Space project"
"This space offers another opportunity for sport and recreation lovers in Ellenbrook and surrounding areas to get out and be active close to home."
It is expected that the grounds will become the new home of local sporting teams, such as the Ellenbrook United Football Club.
There are also significant and spacious play and picnic areas within the district open space.
The Ellenbrook District Open Space is the second synthetic rectangular facility to be installed in Western Australia. Synthetic pitches last longer than regular grass, allowing more people to use the pitch more often.
Since 2009, the State Government has invested over $157 million in 1,000 sport and recreation projects across the State.
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