Spalding Revitalisation Project

Construction of the Spalding Revitalisation Project which includes upgrades to the Mitchell Street Community Centre, building new road extensions and upgrading the AMC Park is underway.

The works are part of the State Government’s $9 million Spalding Regional Renewal Project already underway that involves refurbishing older public housing properties, creating new road connections and beautifying the area.

The $5.2 million project is joint funded with the State Government providing $4.9 million in grant funding and the City contributing the remainder towards the works.  More here

The upgrade to the AMC Park that will significantly change the way the public open space is funded by a substantial Lotterywest grant.

The $1,445,572 grant will fund the construction of an adventurous playground, basketball court, public art, yarning/education circle, covered picnic nodes, new pathways and landscaping and a bush tucker garden. More here

The Lotterywest funded upgrade to the AMC Park is made possible by people playing Lotterywest games. More on Lotterywest here

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AMC Park Masterplan

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AMC PArk Masterplan


In the first half of 2022, the City engaged with the Spalding community to develop a plan to revitalise the AMC Park and the Mitchell Street Community Centre. Landscape architects and urban designers, UDLA, worked closely with the Spalding Urban Renewal Team, a group made up of local residents, service providers and business operators along with year six Bluff Point Primary School students to develop the Master Plan. More here

AMC Park and Mitchell Street Community Centre

IMAGE: AMC Park and the Mitchell Street Community Centre

The AMC Park Master Plan, which will change the look and feel of the area located in the heart of the suburb, features an adventurous playground, basketball court, public art, yarning/education circle, covered picnic nodes, new pathways, a bush tucker garden, a community garden, public toilets, more car parking with ACROD bays and alterations to the Mitchell Street Community Centre. More here

The State Government is investing significantly into the renewal of Spalding with $9 million in funding allocated.

The Department of Communities has already made improvements to the area by removing a number of aged public houses on Bogle Way and Sullivan Court to create new road connections onto Mitchell Street and onto an extension of Robinson Street from Mitchell Street to Broome Street.

The Spalding Revitalisation Project has turned the recommendations the Spalding Precinct Plan, an overarching document that makes a series of high level recommendations for renewal of the suburb, into a detailed plan that describes how the revitalisation of the AMC Park, Mitchell Street Community Centre and the surrounding area should actually look and feel.  Construction on the project, which will turn the plan into reality, began on 1 May 2023.

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Completed Works

Bogle Way Beautification

The beautification of the planned new road and pedestrian connection between Bogle Way and the Mitchell Street Community Centre recently began with the greening of the vacant land where aged public housing was recently removed.

Staff from the Department of Communities, Centacare and the City of Greater Geraldton along with Community Nursery Volunteers planted 100 seedlings and three small trees in the newly created open space including a native Jam Tree, a bush tucker tree with edible seeds that were traditionally ground into flour. More here


Bogle Way Planting

Image: Group planting day at Bogle Way