Sport and Recreation

Sport and Recreation Plan 2017 - 2027

The Town of Mosman Park Sport and Recreation Plan 2017-2027 has been developed to identify the current and future needs of the local community, sporting groups and other community organisations with respect to sport and recreation, outlining the Town’s vision for the delivery of sport and recreation services, programs and facilities. The Plan was adopted by Council in October 2017, and we thank everyone that was involved in the development phase of this strategic document.


McCabe Street Skate Park

In response to concerns expressed by users, the Town of Mosman Park has developed a concept design for an upgrade to the  McCabe Street Skate Park, located in Tom Perrott Reserve and we want your input. Find out how you can get involved.



The Town of Mosman Park is proudly part of Western Suburbs KidSport. The program provides eligible families up to $150 annually for each of their children aged between five and eighteen years, to subsidise fees to join a sport and recreation club.

Further information can be found on the Town's Grants and Funding page.


Mosman Park Sporting Clubs

Mosman Park has a fantastic array of junior and senior sporting clubs - from golf to bowls to netball - with a lot in between!  For up-to-date contact information of your local sporting club visit the Community Hub


Help For Sporting Clubs

We encourage local sporting clubs to seek advice and assistance from our Community Development Officers who can assist with the following:

- Assist clubs to improve their governance and management practices
- Provide regular club development information and updates
- Establish and maintain partnerships with State Sporting Assocations
- Provide relevant club development training, education, information workshops/programs and opportunities
- Provide assistance with applying for grants or funding

To stay up to date on our sport and recreation information, request to join our mailing list via email to to receive our regular club e-newsletter.


Heart Foundation Walking

For more information on the Heart Foundation Walking program, see the applicable web page.


Whadjuk Walking Trails

For more information on the Whadjuk Trails network, please visit their website.


Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF)

For more information on CSRFF please visit our Grants and Funding page.


Nature Play WA

If you’re a parent looking for ideas on how to get your children more involved in outdoor activities in Western Australia, make sure you visit this fantastic new website:

This site has heaps of ideas for activities and adventures – in your backyard, around your neighbourhood, and across Perth and Western Australia.

There are lots of reasons why kids should make the move from the TV or computer room to the outdoors. Probably the best reason is that it’s fun, and you and your kids will be happier and healthier doing things together.

But there are other important considerations. Research undertaken around the world indicates there are real benefits for children being involved in nature.

Such research indicates that:

  • Children benefit from appropriate risk-taking during outdoor play, by helping them refine their motor skills and gain confidence in being physically active
  • Older children who spend more time outside tend to be more physically active and less likely to be overweight, and
  • School gardens positively affect children’s learning and behaviour, and that students involved in gardening develop a better school attitude, student bonding and teamwork.

Richard Louv Chair and Co-founder of the Child and Nature Network argues that part of the problem is the rise in popularity of computer games and television. But he also points out that because of things such as ‘stranger danger’ and sensationalist media reporting, many parents might be scared to let their children take part in traditional outdoor activities such as bushwalking, camping and excursions.

Visit for some fantastic suggestions and start planning your next outdoor adventure now.


National Relay Service

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.

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Solar Power at the Administration

The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.

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