Tom Price

Tom Price offers a large range of sporting and recreational facilities, with an impressive range to hire. From lush green playgrounds to state-of the-art kitchen facilities, the Shire of Ashburton has a spot to work and play for all community members and visitors.

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Ovals, Parks and Gardens

Clem Thompson Memorial Oval and Training

The Clem Thompson Memorial Oval is named in memory of a pioneer, Mr Clem Thompson, who lived in Tom Price and was involved in junior and senior football for many years. Clem Thompson is the larger of the two ovals situated in the town centre, with a centre cricket pitch and side training cricket nets, used for football, rugby, cricket, and softball. Night games are very popular as there are four large lighting towers, run on a timer system. Adjacent to the main Clem Thompson oval is a smaller rectangle training field, where two lighting towers are also run on a timer system for night training.

Tjiluna Oval

Tjiluna refers to a waterhole near Tom Price of great significance to the local Gurama people.

Tjiluna Oval is a purpose-built oval used by sporting groups for the purpose of softball, baseball and teeball. Night games are very popular as there are four large lighting towers run on a timer system. The oval has a permanent safety fence around the diamond, and dug out fit with adequate lighting and seating.

Situated on Tjiluna Softball Oval, Tjiluna Playground caters for younger children, with public accessible toilet and BBQ in close vicinity.

Minna Oval

Minna Oval, located in Area W, is formally named after Minna, a well-respected aunt of the spokesperson for the Guruma Aboriginal people who was born within the site where Tom Price now stands. This oval is adjacent to the North Tom Price Primary School and is used by groups for the purpose of football, rugby, cricket, and little athletics. Night games are very popular as there are four LED lighting towers, run on a timer system.

Minna Oval is also home to the Tom Price Disc Golf Course. Constructed in 2019, this is 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.

Village Green

Village Green is the grassed area situated opposite the town mall shopping centre. This spacious area is used for community markets, festivals and mini fairs.

Water Splash Pad and Playground

Located in the Tom Price town mall, the water splash pad offers a place for kids of all ages to cool off during the warmer weather, climbing play equipment, shaded seating and drink foundation close by. Grab something to eat from one of the nearby cafes and enjoy.

Tom Price Skate Park

The Tom Price Skate Park opened in October 2012 and The Bowl in 2024, and has been a vibrant community hub for youth and families ever since. Designed to work with the natural landscape and to cater to all ages.

Tom Price Memorial Garden

The Garden of Remembrance is in Doug Talbot Park, surrounded by landscaped lawns and shady trees. The Tom Price Memorial Garden is located on Central Ave next to the Tom Price Visitors Centre.

Doug Talbot Park

Doug Talbot Park was previously the Tom Price Bird Aviary built in 1972, and housed nearly 200 birds. The Park offers landscaped lawns, shady trees, playground equipment, BBQs, public toilets and payable showers.

Tom Price Nature Playground

Situated in the quiet corner of Clem Thomson Memorial Oval, the Nature Playground provide obstacles, playground equipment and nature-based play to keep children of all ages happily entertained. Surrounded by shady trees and facilities including BBQs, sitting areas, public toilets and a drink fountain close by.

Tom Price Dog Park

Opened in September 2012, the Dog Park provides an off-leash dog area where people can spend time and socialise their dogs at any hour. Although leashes are not required, rules of use apply.

Lions Park

Built in 1977 and previously named the Lions Club Park, Lions Park is a popular children's birthday party location, offering shade under the trees, seating areas, BBQs, a drink fountain and public toilets. In 2015, Lions Park received a revitalisation including new play equipment and soft fall, and again in 2022 with the development of the educational bike track within the fenced area adjacent to the newly developed Tom Price Pump Track.

Tom Price Pump Track

Opened in October 2022 as part of the revitalisation of the area at the existing Lions Park, the Pump Track provides new opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to make use of the facility that is both safe and fun for people to skate, ride and scooter.

Tom Price ANZAC Park

Hosting annual Commemorative Events and Services, this space provides a place where people come together to honour the sacrifices made by our servicemen and women.

Tom Price Information Bay

Tom Price Information Bay is one of the first stops when arriving in Tom Price, providing seated shade areas, information boards, dump point, and water fill stations.
Lectra Haul Truck and other historical mine equipment is on display.


Multipurpose Centres

Tom Price Community Recreation Centre

A joint facility between the Shire of Ashburton and the Department of Education.

The Tom Price Community Recreation Centre showcases separate spaces within the Recreation Centre available for hire which include the performing arts centre and the sporting hall gym. The kitchen can be hired by itself in conjunction with the other locations at the Recreation Centre (dependent on availability). The Centre is also equipped with male and female changerooms with toilets, showers and an accessible toilet.

The Performing Arts Centre caters for plays, performances, films and events. Furnished items include portable stage, stage curtains, chairs and tables. Maximum capacity for this space is 250 persons.

The Sports Hall is an indoor, fully air-conditioned sports court catering for multiple sporting groups including basketball, netball, volleyball, soccer, futsal and badminton. Furnishings include a scoreboard, full size basketball court, removable badminton/tennis/volleyball nets, soccer/futsal goals and netball hoops. Maximum capacity for this space is 600 persons.

Kitchen Commercial kitchen fixed with oven, microwave, pie warmer and double glass door fridges.

Civic Centre

The Civic Centre, located in Area W adjacent to the multipurpose outdoor courts, offers a large open gymnasium hall. Once used for badminton, weightlifting, judo and children's ballet, the Centre is now popular for gymnastics, playgroup, and yoga/fitness classes. Facilities include an adjoining kitchen, tables and chairs, storeroom, male and female changerooms with toilets and showers amenities. The maximum capacity of this space is 200 persons.

Clem Thompson Sports Pavilion

The Ground Floor space of the Sports Pavilion has everything you need for your sporting or event needs. Featuring two change rooms with showers and toilets, a kiosk, spectator toilets, an accessible toilet, first aid room and an umpire's room. Maximum capacity of the ground floor space is 96 persons.

The First Floor space of the Sports Pavilion is ideal for meetings or events with tables, chairs, bar tables and stools available. There is a bar with two large bar fridges and an automatic ice machine that can be utilised by hirers. It also comes with a commercial kitchen which has a cool room, double door freezer, dishwasher, oven, stove top and deep fryer. All appliances must be cleaned after use. The projector and screen are operated via a tablet permanently mounted on the wall. Via this tablet you can stream live TV, watch DVDs, and connect to your laptop using an HDMI cable. Maximum capacity of the first-floor space is 196 persons.

Community Centre

The first Debutantes’ Ball was held at the Community Hall on 8 August 1970, featuring a full theatre stage and green rooms, tables, and chairs. This space is most popular in the community for hosting quiz/comedy nights, live bands, dancing, seminars, meetings, balls and youth cinemas. The Community Centre also comes with an outdoor courtyard and BBQ area. Maximum capacity for this space is 200 persons.

Tom Price Multipurpose Enclosed Outdoor Courts

The impressive multipurpose outdoor courts provides the Tom Price community with three undercover courts. It features quality LED night lighting, spectator viewing, scoreboards, umpire and scoring facilities. This space is perfect for providing basketballers and netballers a place to escape the sun and enjoy a game under some shade.

Minna Oval Canteen and Changerooms

The canteen kitchen equipped with fridge, microwave and two pie warmers. The change rooms also have toilets and shower amenities.

Public Swimming Pools

Vic Hayton Swimming Pool

Tom Price Pool Manager – Contact Information


08 9189 1062 / 0438 909 303


[email protected]


Rated as one of the Top 10 public pools in Australia in 2022 by the Guardian, the Vic Hayton Memorial Swimming Pool is the perfect place to cool off during the hotter months. Journalist Caitlin Cassidy praised our pool, noting, "For those hot WA days, the pool has recently been equipped with colourful shade sails covering the babies pool and half of the main pools, and boasts a barbecue for warm summer evenings."

Our facility offers a range of amenities to ensure a fun and enjoyable visit for everyone. Dive into our poolside activities with a basketball hoop and a playground for the kids. Visit our kiosk for a variety of snacks and drinks, or stop by the pro-shop for all your swim training needs. We have dedicated male, female, and family changerooms, the latter equipped with a baby change-table and facilities for those with assisted needs, and showers across all rooms.

For those who prefer to relax, our sunbeds are perfect for lounging with a good book or simply soaking up the warm weather.

Remember, always stay vigilant around water. Don't forget to slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen, and slap on a hat to protect yourself from the sun. Enjoy your time at the Vic Hayton Memorial Swimming 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.