UPDATED: 26 April 2021, 6.45pm
As the three-day snap lockdown for Perth and Peel ends at midnight tonight, please be advised that all Shire-run facilities will re-open tomorrow with some limitations.
The limitations are in line with the range of interim restrictions announced by the State government today for the next four days (Tuesday 27 April until 12.01am Saturday 1 May):
Masks must be worn in public at indoor and outdoor areas.
A four-square metre capacity rule is in place at all Shire facilities, including Shire of
Mundaring Libraries, the Perth Hills Mundaring Visitor Centre and recreation facilities.
A maximum of 20 patrons will be allowed in Shire facilities at all times. Please note, for smaller facilities such as Mundaring Library (where the capacity limit is 12 persons), this number may vary from facility to facility.
Community sports, including training, can recommence, but without spectators.
The full list of interim restrictions can be found here
We’re pleased to advise that some of our most loved places and spaces, including Lake
Leschenaultia and all outdoor playgrounds, will be open.
The Shire Reception will also be open as normal at our Administration Building.
All visitors are reminded to wear a mask and sign in via the SafeWA app or hardcopy register before entering our facilities.
Unfortunately, the interim restrictions will also affect some Shire events and meetings planned for this week.
We are working to reschedule them where possible, or announce patron limits if the activities can proceed in accordance to COVID-safe regulations.
We will provide a list of affected activities and events during business hours on Tuesday 27 April.
In response to State government advice, following a confirmed COVID-19 case in the Perth community, Shire of Mundaring will close all Shire facilities for the duration of the three-day lockdown.
The closures will begin at midnight (12pm) on Friday 23 April and will last until 12.01am Tuesday 27 April.
The following Shire facilities will be temporarily closed during the lockdown:
- All playgrounds, skate parks, recreation facilities including Lake Leschenaultia, and community halls
- Coppin Road and Mathesion Road Community Recycling Centres
- Container for Change deposit point at Coppin Road Community Recycling Centre
- Katharine Susannah Prichard Library in Boya
- Albert Facey Memorial Library in Mundaring
- Boya Community Centre
- Brown Park Community Centre
- Mundaring Arena
- Swan View Youth Centre
- The Hub of the Hills
- Boya Oval Change Rooms
- Bruce Douglas Pavilion
- Chidlow Oval Pavilion
- Darlington Hall and Lesser Hall
- Darlington Oval Pavilion
- Elsie Austin Oval Pavilion
- Glen Forrest Hall
- Glen Forrest Oval Change Rooms
- Harry Riseborough Oval Pavilion
- Hub of the Hills
- Mundaring Hall
- Mundaring Oval Pavilion
- Mundaring Hardcourts
- Parkerville Hall
- Parkerville Oval Pavilion
- Perth Hills Mundaring Visitor Centre
- Sawyers Valley Hall
We appreciate your understanding and thank you for your cooperation. Our community is our strength and we urge all residents to continue to check in on each other via phone, video call or a quick text message during this time.
Further information will be provided as it comes to hand and we encourage you to visit www.wa.gov.au. for the latest announcements from the State government.