Community Recreation

Sport and Recreation can provide enormous benefits to the community.  By participating in physical activity people are happier, healthier, work harder and create stronger communities.

The City of Bunbury endeavours to promote and coordinate the benefits of sport and recreation to the community as well as increasing the opportunities for people to participate in physical activity. This is a primary task undertaken by the Community Recreation Team as part of the Community and Customer Services Directorate, responsible for improved social and cultural life for all people that make up the community of Bunbury.

For more information on our facilities and programs, or to book a community venue for your next event click the links below:

A-Z of Sport and Recreation Facilities

Sports, Recreation and Leisure Facility Bookings

Community Health

Club Development

Bike-It Bunbury

Visit the South West Sports Centre website

 

KidSport
 
KidSport is a State Government funded program which makes it possible for Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. KidSport will allow eligible youth aged 5-18 years to apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees. The fees will go directly to the registered KidSport clubs participating in the project through their local government.
 
Who is eligible?
  • Applicant must be aged 5-18 years.
  • Applicant must have a Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card or be referred by a 'recognised' Financial Advisor.
  • Applicant's primary place of residence must be in the local government area they are applying to (to register with City of Bunbury, the child must live in the City of Bunbury).
Funding will cover the cost of fees to join the nominated sport or recreation club up to a maximum of up to $150 per child per calendar year (this may include other related costs as identified by the club). Applicants can apply for up to three clubs per calendar year, as long as the total does not exceed $150.
 
To apply for KidSport, please complete an application form located at the South West Sports Centre and submit it along with a copy of your Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card. Please wait three working days before returning to the South West Sports Centre to collect your validated form and take it to your club.
 
Participants and Clubs who have any questions about KidSport can contact the City of Bunbury’s Club Development Officer Sheridan Duke on 9795 2256 or sduke@bunbury.wa.gov.au.