The City of Kalamunda has shown a commitment to sport and recreation and acknowledges the positive benefits that flow from leading active lifestyles.
A range of sporting activities can be undertaken in the City ranging from personal training to group fitness and weights training. There is something for everyone to enjoy and is available to all fitness levels.
Listing showing the recreation facilities within the City
Various membership options include Gym, Gym Off Peak, Group Fitness and Combination. Casual use passes are also available.
Classes includes: BodyPump™, BodyAttack™, BodyBalance™, RPM™, Sh’Bam™, CXWORX™ GRIT Strength™, Boxing, Yoga, Body Buster, Suspension and Fit Zone.
Information on Equipment and Personal Training
View for the full range of programs for designed for people over 50 years.
Sports, Coaching, Holiday Programs and Birthday Parties - we've got you covered.
We offer a variety sports activities for the community of all ages. Activities include netball, social squash and badminton.
The City's club development program and options for finding local sporting clubs
Enables eligible children aged 5 to 18 years to participate in community sport and recreation by offering them financial assistance towards club fees.
Strategic leisure planning involves the future planning and development of the City’s community facilities and parks.
No bookings required.
As per all the government requirements, we have completed our COVID Safety Plan, the Rec Team have completed mandatory hygiene training and additional cleaning measures have been implemented across all the facilities. We have put up Perspex screens at HPRC, and medicated wipes and hand sanitiser are still available in multiple areas throughout.
Our team will clean equipment throughout the day. We also ask that our members play their part and help maintain cleanliness by using a towel and disinfectant wipes to clean equipment before and after use.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.