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 open with 1.5 metres physical distancing measure in place.

  • Monday to Thursday - 9am to 6pm 
  • Friday - 9am to 5pm
  • Saturday - 9am to 2pm

The City of Vincent customer service desk is now operating out of the library. The customer service team can assist with cash payments, permit collections, application lodgements and general enquiries. You can contact customer service on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au on Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.

For more information and FAQs, click below.

Library FAQs

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

The City's community facilities are operating at a reduced capacity in accordance with the 2sqm per person rule. This applies to hires of community facilities, along with sporting clubs and community groups who have a lease with the City of Vincent. 

Hirers of the City's community facilities must adhere to the below COVID-19 guidelines 

  • Groups must strictly adhere to the maximum capacity of the facility provided by the City (no more than 1 person per 2sqm), as per the current State Government restrictions.
  • Social distancing of 1.5m must be maintained at all times, along with ensuring only 1 person per 2sqm.
  • It is essential that groups ensure they vacate the facility and surrounding areas (i.e. car park) immediately after their allotted time has lapse (where applicable). 
  • Group will inform the City immediately if they become aware of any member of the group being diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • Groups must provide their own alcohol based hand sanitisers for all gatherings, with people encouraged to use prior, during and following gathering.
  • All tables, chairs, utensils or kitchen amenities used during a gathering must be wiped down with antibacterial products immediately following use, prior to leaving the facility.
  • If you, or people you have been in contact with, are sick, DO NOT attend.

From Saturday, 5th December 2020, all hirers of the City’s community facilities will be required to maintain a mandatory contact register for patrons and staff. The contact register records must be kept for 28 days, and not used for any other purposes. 

To assist businesses and venues, the WA Government has developed the free, SafeWA app, an online contact register system that uses QR Codes for patrons and staff to scan to register their attendance. The SafeWA app can be downloaded from Apple App Store or Google Play. 

As per State Government advice, hirers of the City’s community facilities are required to manage their own contact registers and maintain this for a period of 28 days. Given this, hirers will need to generate their own QR code and manage this. If you do not wish to use the SafeWA app, a paper-based contact register can be found by clicking here 

For further information on COVID-19 and Phase 4 restrictions please see the below helpful links 

Information and advice for COVID-19

Phase 4 easing of restrictions - frequently asked questions

SafeWA app

COVID-19 contact register for patrons

Please contact State Government if you require any further information or clarification by clicking here