Visit the park with your furry friends, or try you hand at Disc Golf – there’s a venue for all members of the family to have fun in!

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Ovals, Parks and Gardens

Peter Sutherland Oval

The Peter Sutherland Oval is named after Mr Peter Sutherland who was heavily involved with numerous sporting groups, serving countless volunteer hours aiding his community.

The Peter Sutherland Oval is the larger of the two ovals situated in Paraburdoo, used by groups for the purpose of football, rugby, cricket and softball. Night games are very popular as there are four large lighting towers, run on a timer system.

Judy Woodvine Oval

Previously named Top Oval, the ground was renamed in 2014 after Ms Judy Woodvine, who lived in Paraburdoo for 39 years and tirelessly contributed to the community through junior sports and volunteer roles.

The Judy Woodvine Oval is a purpose-built oval used by groups for the purpose of rugby, softball and teeball. Night games are very popular as there are four LED lighting towers, run on a timer system, fit with adequate lighting and seating.

Paraburdoo Memorial Garden

The Garden of Remembrance is surrounded by landscaped lawns and shady trees. The Paraburdoo Memorial Garden is located at the eastern end of the Shire's Office/Library and Ashburton Hall located on Ashburton Avenue. The Memorial Garden has been established for placement of small stone monuments and plaques.

Federation Park

In 2011, Federation Park came together in a collaborative effort to enhance Paraburdoo’s amenities. Local groups and businesses, including the Shire of Ashburton, Rio Tinto, Paraburdoo Tidy Towns Group, and Paraburdoo Primary School, joined forces to make significant upgrades.
The Park now boasts a fully-fenced playground area, complete with softball and a variety of play equipment. Additionally, an open area with more play equipment to provide additional recreational options for park visitors. To cater to the needs of the community, picnic tables, BBQ facilities, and a drink fountain have also been installed for everyone's enjoyment.

Paraburdoo Skate Park

The Paraburdoo Skate Park officially opened in April 2016, proving to be a real asset to the community.
The Park has created a valuable space for the town, with the lawn area, barbecues and adjoining playground often busy with families enjoying time together.

Meeka Park (Train Park)

Paraburdoo Meeka Park is also known to locals as the Train Park, due to a group of local workers constructing the train from scrap materials from the salvage yard in 1978. The train remains at the entrance of the park as a historical monument that still stands today.
The park is surrounded by natural landscape of rocks and red dirt, undercover play equipment, public toilet, drink fountain, BBQ and shade.

Dog Park

The new Paraburdoo Dog Park was installed in 2020 after being relocated at its previous site at Judy Woodvine Oval.
The Dog Park is a fully fenced lawned area with trees and shrubs which provide shade for dogs and their owners. There are two bench seats and a drink fountain with tap and drinking bowl. The park is located on the west side of the Paraburdoo Shopping Mall behind the Skate Park.

ANZAC Memorial – Cenotaph

Hosting annual Commemorative Events and Services, this space provides a place where people across the country come together to honour the sacrifices made by our servicemen and women. The Cenotaph was upgraded in 2024.

Paraburdoo Information Bay

Paraburdoo Information Bay is one of the first stops when arriving in Paraburdoo, providing amenities, shade and information board.
Aussie icon Red Dog was born and bred in Paraburdoo, with his statue being unveiled in April 2023. Red Dog reminds us of the mateship, collaboration and community spirit that makes our region such a great place to live.

Paraburdoo Disc Golf

The Paraburdoo Disc Golf was constructed in 2019, providing a 9-pole hole, well-balanced disc golf course with a wide range of hole lengths and with a potential for multiple configurations to serve not only beginners but players with advanced skills.


Multipurpose Centres

Paraburdoo Sport, Recreation and Community Complex

The Community Hub opened on 21 June 2019 and is located at Fortescue Place, alongside the Quentin Broad Swimming Pool and the Karingal Neighbourhood Centre. The Centre offers a multipurpose Sports Hall that is suitable for several sports including basketball, netball, badminton, soccer, and volleyball. The space is airconditioned with grandstand seating and access to a shared zone with male, female and disabled toilets, and a drink fountain with chilled, filtered water. The Centre has disabled access and accessible parking with disabled bays. Maximum capacity is 296 persons.

The Community Hub offers two changerooms with a total capacity of 100. The changerooms have dual access both from the shared zone and the Peter Sutherland Oval.

Ashburton Hall

Ashburton Hall has been the primary venue for the Paraburdoo community to host a variety of functions and events. The impressive main hall boasts a full stage, large kitchen, and servery. The Hall has a capacity of 488 persons.
The smaller space, Lesser Hall, has a capacity of 77 persons and is used for smaller gatherings and ideal for meetings and community presentations with its plug-in display screen.
Both spaces have access to the kitchen for catering purposes and come with access to tables and chairs.
There is a large alfresco area with outdoor seating and tables at the rear of the Hall that opens onto a large lawned area with a covered BBQ and extra seating.
A green room is also available for performing arts or music events at no extra charge.
Ashburton and Lesser Halls are wheelchair accessible.

Enclosed/Indoor Cricket Pitch

The Enclosed Sporting Facility caters specifically for cricket and soccer.

The space features accessible parking area, outdoor seating, night lighting, electronic scoreboard, and enclosed netting.

Paraburdoo Multipurpose Enclosed Outdoor Courts

The impressive multipurpose outdoor courts provide the Paraburdoo community with three undercover courts. It features quality LED night lighting, spectator viewing, scoreboards, umpire and scoring facilities. Allowing Basketball, Netball and other activities to escape the sun and enjoy a game under some shade.


Public Swimming Pools

Quentin Broad Swimming Pool

Tom Price Pool Manager – Contact Information


08 9189 5296 / 0408 935 749


[email protected]


The Quentin Broad Swimming Pool consists of a six lane 50m pool ranging from 1.1m deep at the shallow end to 1.8m at the deep end, and a substantial baby pool with a uniform depth of 150mm. A sunshade covers the baby pool and half the main pool.

All of the Shire's swimming pools and aquatic centres are Royal Life Saving Society WA ‘Watch Around Water’ endorsed centres, and as such, conditions of entry apply.