The city has lots of parks and reserves, many of which have playgrounds located in those areas. Most of these parks and reserves are designed for passive recreational and leisure activities such as picnics and walks, and areas to relax outdoors with the family.
Nicholson Road Reserve provides facilities for more casual forms of recreation including petanque courts, two hard surface tennis courts and a skate park facility. Nicholson Road Reserve is also home to the local Police and Citizens Youth Centre.
In August 2013 the City of Subiaco received funding from the Department of Sport and Recreation to extend and upgrade the Nicholson Road Skate park which included a linkage between the two skating bowls, extension of the street run and the addition of a new china bank and refuge area.
The improved facility has provided new opportunities for active and passive recreation for both existing and new users. The skate park has an increase of appeal to a greater range of ability levels and skaters are now able to make a smoother transition to the next level of competency.
As the key facility for organised team sports in the Subiaco area, Rosalie Park is located adjacent to Kings Park, and is the city’s primary team sporting facility. It houses the largest combination of sporting fields in the western suburbs, catering for most of the city's active sporting activities. The park attracts a significant level of use throughout the year with organised sporting activities, such as Australian rules football, lacrosse, soccer, touch rugby and cricket.
The facility has a clay wicket block, cricket practice wickets/nets, and lighting on the sports fields for night training.
In the first half of 2014, Rosalie Park's facilities were refurbished to improve functionality for park users and sporting clubs. The upgrades included the addition of new storage facilities for the sporting clubs, new kitchen amenities, upgrades to toilet, change room and meeting facilities and renovations of the two pavilions, including a new roof for the west pavilion.
The city also has a range of quality tennis facilities and clubs offering a choice of memberships and competitions for all ages.
Nicholson Road Tennis Club, Subiaco
- Nicholson Road Reserve has two hard courts available for free public use year round with push button lighting and no booking requirements.
Daglish Tennis Club, Hickey Avenue, Daglish
Onslow Park Tennis Club, Rosalie Park Reserve
- Three grass courts are available for public hire for $10 per hour, including the use of balls and sunscreen.
- Memberships are available for all ages from $45 to $175 per annum and social tennis is on Wednesday evenings.
- Coaching is also available.
- For more information please contact Daglish Tennis Club on 9381 6659 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Memberships are available for all ages from $145 to $335 per annum.
- Members’ organised social tennis is held on Saturday afternoons and Wednesday mornings and afternoons.
- Saturday social tennis on the grass courts runs from mid-October to June from 1.30pm to 5.30pm and from late June until mid-October at the same time on the four hard courts (due to closure of the grass courts).
- Wednesday social tennis on grass and hard courts is played from 4.30pm to 6.45pm year round.
- Wednesday social tennis starts at 9am to approximately 11.30am after four twenty-minute sets they break for morning tea.
- For further information please visit the Onslow Park Tennis Club’s website or email email@example.com