Changes to Our Facilities 

Administration & Civic Centre

Our admin centre is currently operating with a phone service only at the front desk. Our customer service team is now working out of the library, with a 20 customer limit inside the facility. The team at the library is available to assist with cash payments, permit collections, application lodgements and general enquiries. They are also available via phone, email or Facebook.

Beatty Park Leisure Centre

In response to the Federal Government's COVID-19 restrictions, the City closed Beatty Park Leisure Centre on Monday 23 March.

With the restrictions now easing, Beatty Park is set to re-open on Thursday 21 May under a limited trial phase in accordance with a COVID Safety Plan.

The centre will intially only be open to current members to ensure all users are contactable for tracing purposes as per the COVID Safety Plan. The areas that will be operational include the reception area and retail store, 25 m indoor pool, 50m outdoor pool and group fitness studio 1 - all under strict social distancing measures.

The centre will be open Monday to Friday on the reduced hours of 8am to 4.30pm. It will remain closed on weekends and on the WA Day public holiday on Monday 1 June.

An online booking system will be introduced for all scheduled time slots, including pool and group fitness sessions. Members who want to attend during the trial operation phase will be able to book up to 24hrs before the session starts. For more information, click below.

Beatty Park set to re-open

Online services

For those who can't join us back at Beatty Park just yet, we have developed a suite of online health and fitness services for the community.

We hope you enjoy and stay up to date with our collection of at-home fitness and nutrition programs to support a healthy body, mind and soul.

To get Healthy at Home with Beatty Park, click below. 

www.beattypark.com.au/healthyathome

Library & Local History Centre

The Library & Local History Centre is now back open with reduced opening hours, limited borrowing services, and a maximum capacity of 20 customers at a time.

The City of Vincent customer service desk is now operating out of the library, and our 20 customers includes those visiting this desk. The customer service team can assist with cash payments, permit collections, application lodgements and general enquiries. They are also available via phone (9273 6000) and email (mail@vincent.wa.gov.au) 8am - 5pm, Monday to Friday. For more information and FAQs, click below.

Library FAQs

Online services

During this time of social distancing, our Library team has moved many of their services online to keep our community entertained and connected.

There’s never been a better time to explore our virtual shelves and bury yourself in an eBook or eAudiobook.

Visit our Facebook and Instagram for virtual content:

  • Baby Rhymetime videos with Liz
  • Storytime craft activities
  • Virtual LEGO Club with Robyn
  • ‘What’s In Your Book Bag?’ virtual book club with Sally
  • Relax with Vincent Library relaxation exercises
  • Boredom Busters for all ages, and
  • Instructional videos on how to use our eResources with Chantal

To explore our Online Library, click below.

www.library.vincent.wa.gov.au/onlinelibrary

Community Centre

The Community Centre will be reopening on Monday 25 May with limited programming, primarily focused on seniors.

The Community Centre will initially operate from 9am-3pm Monday to Thursday. For more information, please call us on 9328 3098 or 9328 3879, or email communitycentre@vincent.wa.gov.au

Loftus Recreation Centre

Loftus Recreation Centre will be reopening on Monday 25 May with limited services.

For the latest information about Loftus Recreation Centre, visit their website or Facebook page, or contact 9227 6526.

Loftus Recreation Centre | Website

Loftus Recreation Centre | Facebook

Facility Hire

Our sportsgrounds and outdoor facilities are back online with sporting clubs resuming training under the COVID-19 regulations from 18 May. Hiring of all indoor facilities are now being accepted for up to 100 people. Please be aware some indoor facilities will accommodate less than 100 people due to the 2sqm ruling of COVID-19 restrictions. For booking availability please check the SpacetoCo website.


Outdoor reserves and parks are still able to be used for personal exercise but gatherings are restricted to up to 100 people per single undivided space, up to 300 people in total per venue over multiple spaces (100/300 rule). For more information please contact facilitybookings@vincent.wa.gov.au