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Community and Development Updates


Information provided below is correct at 15 April 2020.

Picasso Park

Your safety is our number one priority. In line with new government regulations to help stop the spread of COVID-19, our playground is closed until further notice. This includes outdoor gym equipment. Thank you for your understanding.

Sprout remain open during this time, offering great takeaway coffees from their side window from 9am – 1pm, Thursday to Sunday.

Sprout Turns One!

Sprout celebrated their first birthday at Alkimos Vista on Monday 6 April and so much has happened since opening in their new home!
  • 6 talented local artists showcased their work at Sprout’s pop-up exhibition.
  • Started a local retail shelf selling local wares, art and goods
  • Helped raise funds for bushfire relief efforts
  • Hosted school holiday programs and welcome resident events
  • Provided $4000 to the Dymocks Children Charity as part of their seedling fund.
Sprout remain open during this time, offering great takeaway coffees from their side window from 9am – 1pm, Thursday to Sunday. For more information on Sprout Hub Alkimos Vista, go to their website or follow them on Facebook

Marmion Ave Duplication

The City of Wanneroo is close to completion on the Marmion Avenue duplication works. There will be a full closure of Graceful Boulevard, which is due to reopen early May 2020. We appreciate the community for its understanding and patience during this vital stage of the project. Visit the City of Wanneroo website for the latest news and updates.

If you have any enquires regarding the duplication works, please contact the City of Wanneroo on (08) 9405 5000 or [email protected].

View more information on the works

Community News

Some exciting news for the Alkimos community! The tender has been awarded for the $1.8M sports pavilion at Leatherback Oval, Alkimos Beach which will feature changerooms, public toilets, a kiosk, multipurpose function room and storerooms. Read the full Wanneroo Times article here.

Staying Connected
There are many creative ways to stay connected and engage with neighbours and the community. Our partners at Relationships Australia have been busy sharing tips and ideas that will help us get through this current period of uncertainty together with kindness - albeit from a distance. Check out their Veranda newsletter, which is full of creative ideas and stories.

Community News Continued...

During October and November 2019 DevelopmentWA released a ‘Have Your Say’ community survey to find out what the community would like to see and value in the future Alkimos Central city centre. Feedback was received on a range of topics which has been summarised into six key themes which you can view here

This survey has provided a starting point for further conversations with the wider community and stakeholders and is assisting DevelopmentWA with our structure planning for Alkimos Central.

By completing the survey the community had a chance to win one of three gateway shopping vouchers. Congratulations to our three winners Megan Jones, Tim Ball (and wife Rachel) and Michelle Timm, pictured left with her Gateway Shopping Precinct voucher.

Local Business

Even though restaurants and cafés are now closed for dining in, you can still support your fave food spot! A number of businesses around Alkimos, including The Gateway Shopping Precinct at Alkimos Beach, are transforming the way they serve our community by turning their menus takeaway-friendly and offering online ordering and deliveries. For the latest delivery information and trading hours for retailers within The Gateway, visit their website or Facebook page.

The Gateway Shopping Precinct are also offering FREE DELIVERY every evening, when orders are placed via phone at participating restaurants. Click below for a full list of participating restaurants and contact numbers.

Read more on The Gateway

Wanneroo Business Association have launched several initiatives to support businesses during this difficult time. These include: