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WA Lords Recreation Centre Technical Tour & Talk
November 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm AWST$30.00
Leisure Facility Network Technical Tour and Talk
Join us at the final of the Leisure Facility Network Technical Tours and Talks for 2023 at Lords Recreation Centre.
Lords Recreation Centre has seen many changes in both ownership and use over the last 60+ years of its history, from its early days as an indoor cricket centre, health club and later the primary training centre for the Wildcats. It continued to operate as a sporting centre including health and fitness until 2008 when the doors closed. The City of Subiaco took over Lords’ operations and reopened in 2009, initially for five years, however, the facility has since gone from strength to strength and the long-term future of Lords remains under council control.
The last decade has seen Lords undergo many renovations and facility upgrades to ensure it remains fit for community use and purpose. The City’s recreation centre is now regarded as one of the leading recreation centres in Perth. Located in the heart of Subiaco it combines indoor community sports courts, gym, pool, group fitness classes, creche and cafe.
As the Lords building surpasses 60 years, witness how the strong foundations have been mirrored throughout the current service delivery, range of facility offerings and team culture. The leadership team will bring you on a journey through the life of Lords so far, covering the dynamic and interesting history, exciting present, and how the team navigates effective operations to see Lords into the future.
There will be an opportunity for post-tour networking at The Subi Continental, Cnr Rockeby & Roberts Roads, Subiaco.
Parks & Leisure Australia (WA) Regional Sponsors
The State government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries is a major supporter of Parks and Leisure Australia in Western Australia. Sport and recreation builds stronger, healthier, happier and safer communities.
Parks and Leisure Australia WA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.