Changes to Our Facilities 

Administration & Civic Centre

Customer service and ranger support will still be available for community members.

Single-use face masks will be available at the City’s administration centre, the Community Centre and Beatty Park.

In the first instance, we encourage customers to contact us via:

Beatty Park Leisure Centre

Beatty Park Leisure Centre is open.

Up to 150 people at a time will be allowed in each facility and the 4sqm rule will be in place during the post-lock down transition period.

The Beatty Park outdoor pool and gym will open during the transition period, but fitness classes will not be going ahead due to State Government restrictions.

The transition period - which will allow for the full 14-day incubation period for COVID-19 to run its course -  starts at 6pm tonight and will end at 12.01am on 14 February.

Beatty Park memberships will remain suspended until 14 February.

Face masks will still be mandatory in all public places and workplaces, except during vigorous outdoor exercise.

For more information, click below.

Beatty Park Leisure Centre

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 City of Vincent Library and Local History Centre is open. 

Up to 150 people at a time will be allowed in each facility and the 4sqm rule will be in place during the post-lock down transition period.

The transition period - which will allow for the full 14-day incubation period for COVID-19 to run its course -  starts at 6pm tonight and will end at 12.01am on 14 February.

Face masks will still be mandatory in all public places and workplaces, except during vigorous outdoor exercise.

For more information, click below.

Library and Local History Centre

Community Centre

The Community Centre is open. 

The transition period - which will allow for the full 14-day incubation period for COVID-19 to run its course -  starts at 6pm tonight and will end at 12.01am on 14 February.

Up to 150 people at a time will be allowed in each facility and the 4sqm rule will be in place during the post-lock down transition period.

Face masks will still be mandatory in all public places and workplaces, except during vigorous outdoor exercise.

Loftus Recreation Centre

Loftus Recreation Centre is open, but all sports competitions will be postponed until 15 February.

The transition period - which will allow for the full 14-day incubation period for COVID-19 to run its course -  starts at 6pm tonight and will end at 12.01am on 14 February.

Up to 150 people at a time will be allowed in each facility and the 4sqm rule will be in place during the post-lock down transition period.

Face masks will still be mandatory in all public places and workplaces, except during vigorous outdoor exercise.

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 restrictions imposed by the State Government.

The following restrictions apply to hirers of the City’s community facilities, parks, and reserves

For private indoor and outdoor gatherings, there is a 20-person limit. For events, weddings and community sport, a reduced capacity of 150 max or 4sqm rule applies. Masks must be worn at all times.

All hirers must maintain a mandatory contact register for all patrons and staff using the SafeWA App or a paper-based register.

All community facilities will have a QR Code to register attendance. Hirers of the City’s parks and reserves will be required to generate their own code for the specific event.

Hirers are required to manage their own contact register and ensure all patrons are checking in using the Safe WA App. Hirers must also have a paper-based contact register available for patrons who do not wish to use the SafeWA App. These records must be kept for 28 days, and not used for any other purposes. A paper-based register template can be found here.

Hirers of the City’s community facilities must adhere to the below COVID-19 additional Guidelines

  • Groups must adhere to the maximum capacity restrictions.
  • Social distancing of 1.5m must be maintained at all times.
  • It is essential that groups ensure they vacate the facility and surrounding areas (i.e. car parks) immediately after their allocated time has lapsed (where applicable).
  • Groups will inform the City immediately if they become aware of any member of a group testing positive to COVID-19.
  • Groups must provide their own alcohol-based hand sanitiser for all gatherings, with people encouraged to use prior, during and following gatherings.
  • All tables, chairs, utensils, and 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’ve been in contact with are unwell or have any COVID-19 symptoms do not attend and get tested for COVID-19.

For more information on COVID-19 please see below helpful links:

Information and advice on COVID-19

Information about current restrictions

SafeWA App

COVID-19 contact register for patrons