Sport and Recreation Support

The City of Joondalup is committed to supporting the delivery of sport and recreation to the community. The City provides support for local not for profit sport and recreation clubs through its Clubs in-focus program and encourages active participation through various City programs and facilities.

Sport and Recreation Services

The City’s Sport and Recreation Team are available to assist with projects, communication, capacity building, grants and funding, recognition and assisting with club needs. Services available include:

Clubs in-focus e-newsletter

The monthly eNewsletter provides current information on City activities, club news, funding opportunities and industry news for local sport and recreation clubs and volunteers.

Grants and Funding

The City’s Community Funding Program provides financial support to incorporated community groups to conduct projects, programs, events or activities that benefit the City of Joondalup community.

The program provides two levels of funding, with large grants (greater than $10,000) offered annually and small grants ($10,000 and lower) offered bi-annually.

Grants and funding opportunities will be distributed through the Clubs in Focus eNewsletter.

Club Funded Facility Upgrades

Provides assistance to clubs planning to upgrade or construct facilities current leased or hired from the City. This process aims to streamline the application, approval and licence process for projects where the City has no funding involvement.

For further information please contact the City’s Sport and Recreation Team on 9400 4252 or via email.

Clubs in-focus program

The State government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries is a major supporter of City of Joondalup Clubs in-focus program in Western Australia. Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities.

The City’s Clubs in-focus program is dedicated to supporting the volunteers of its local sport and recreation clubs, to encourage and enhance their capacity to deliver sport and recreation opportunities to the community. The program focuses on supporting clubs in key areas such as:

  1. Communication
  2. Capacity building
  3. Grants and funding
  4. Recognition
  5. Governance

The City has a team dedicated to supporting the needs of sporting clubs whilst building strong working relationships. If you would like to organise a meeting between the club and the Sport and Recreation Officer contact them via the details below.

If your club would like to know more about available support options, the City’s Sport and Recreation team are available to discuss your specific needs. Contact the team via email or call 9400 4252.

Community Facilities and Parks

The City provides facilities for the community to conduct sport and recreation activities. These include:

Sport and Recreation Opportunities

The City conducts programs and supports its local clubs to deliver sport and recreation within the community. Follow the links for further information on City programs at the Leisure Centres and BMX and Skate Parks facilities. To find a local club use the Community Directory or visit the Sport and Recreation (WA) – Find a Club website.

Sport and Recreation Directory

Visit the Sport and Recreation directory for a list of useful City contacts

For further information please contact the City’s Sport and Recreation team on 9400 4252 or via email.