Sport & Recreation

Club Development in the Shire


Kendenup Agricultural Grounds

The Kendenup Agricultural Grounds (established in 1936) is a precinct that encompasses a variety of sport and community use. Situated on Shire land, the grounds are located on the corner block near Beverley Road and Chauvel Road on the outskirts of the Kendenup townsite. The grounds infrastructure includes:

  • Semi-reticulated oval
  • Yarding facilities for the sheep dog trials
  • Pavilion
  • Community Hall
  • Toilet Block
  • Overnight camping ground

The facilities are currently utilised by:

  • Kendenup Cricket Club
  • Kendenup Playgroup
  • Kendenup Bridge Club
  • Kendenup Youth Club
  • Kendenup Indoor Bowls
  • Stirling Sheepdog Trial Club
  • Miniature Pony Association
  • Kendenup Primary School events / exhibitions
  • Community meetings and fundraisers

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Kendenup Tennis Courts

The Kendenup Tennis Courts are located adjacent to the Kendenup Agricultural Grounds on the corner block near Beverley Road and Chauvel Road - the outskirts of the Kendenup townsite.

An upgrade to the courts is currently underway. Stage 1 of a 3 stage project included mounding the court area using compounded gravel, resurfacing the 4 courts and installing a new perimeter fence.

The Kendenup Tennis Club is currently proceeding with stage 2, being the replacement of the shade and kitchenette facility. Stage 3 is the upgrade to the ablution block and inclusion of a fenced off children's play area.

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Kendenup Skate Park

The Kendenup Skate Park is located on Hassell Avenue, adjacent to the Railway Reserve.

Kendenup Skate Park

Mount Barker

Wilson Park Nature Playground

The Shire has now finalised the Wilson Park Nature Playground project with the addition of shade structures, park tables and benches, garden play areas, stepping stone walks, landscaping, a children’s stage, shop fronts, fun mirror and sand pit areas.

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Frost Park

The Frost Park precinct is the hub of equine sport for the Shire of Plantagenet. Its infrastructure includes:

  • Turf racing track
  • Open space oval / playing field
  • Oval lighting (minimal training standard)
  • Equestrian stock yards (disabled access)
  • Campdraft arena
  • Stables
  • Wool pavilion
  • Club room
  • Change rooms and ablutions
  • Undercover area (Taylor Dennis pavilion)
  • Small playground area
  • Ram pavilion

The Frost Oval Precinct is used by a diverse range of Sporting Clubs, notably members of the Frost Park User Group being Mt Barker & District Agricultural Society, Mount Barker Turf Club, HorsePower, Great Southern Australian Stock Horse Society, Mount Barker Campdraft Club and Plantagenet Company of Archers.

The Clubhouse and Taylor Dennis pavilion is also used for meetings, functions and fundraisers.

For a copy of the Application for Venue Hire for Frost Park; please click here

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Sounness Park Precinct

Sounness Park's main entry point adjoins McDonald Avenue. The local Sounness family vested the land to the Shire, for the purpose of recreation.

Mr Tuck Waldron MP opened the revamped Sounness Park on 9 May 2015, marking a sporting milestone in the Shire of Plantagenet, with the provision of a high quality central sports zone walking distance from the Mount Barker town centre. This state of the art facility boasts a central clubhouse and change rooms surrounded by three playing fields being; a combined football/soccer oval, synthetic hockey field and a combined cricket/soccer oval.  Stage 2 and 3 of the redevelopment was unveiled by Mr Rick Wilson MP on 11 April 2016.  

Plantagenet Sporting Club Inc was formed in 2016 primarily to facilitate communication between the founding four clubs being Mt Barker Cricket Club, Mount Barker Bulls Football Club, Mt Barker Hockey Club and Mount Barker United Soccer Club, and to manage the clubhouse and change room facilities for the enjoyment of the greater community. The Mount Barker Tennis Club is located to the left of the Sounness Park entrance.

The grounds infrastructure includes:

  • Reticulated football/soccer oval
  • Reticulated cricket/soccer oval
  • Cricket nets
  • Synthetic hockey field
  • Children's playground
  • Public toilets and;
  • Central clubhouse and change rooms available for hire

The Shire of Plantagenet is responsible for the maintenance of the grounds.

The facilities are currently used by:

  • Mt Barker Cricket Club
  • Mount Barker Bulls Football Club
  • Mt Barker Hockey Club
  • Mount Barker United Soccer Club

All Stages of the Sounness Park redevelopment are now complete. Check out this drone footage, courtesy of Ken Brown at Shoot It WA, showcasing Sounness Park. Ken also kindly provided photos 2 and 5 below:

For all bookings of the Sounness Park clubhouse and change room facilities, please contact Facilities Coordinator Jennie Berliner on 0409 370 709, email: [email protected] or visit their website

Park Enterance Club House 

Sounness Park

Woogenellup Polocrosse Grounds

The Woogenellup Polocrosse Grounds are located on McDonald Avenue in Mount Barker, across the road from the Frost Oval precinct.

The area was originally developed to cater for the local Polocrosse Club with a playing ground, a three-walled shaded area and two small storage facilities. The Polocrosse Club has since relocated to the Frost Oval precinct where facilities include a level playing field, holding yards and toilets.

The area is currently being used for outdoor archery on a Sunday morning from 8:30am - 11:30am, the occasional polocrosse game and over-flow car parking on a race day for the Turf Club.

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Mount Barker Skate Park

The Mount Barker Skate Park is located in the Wilson Park precinct, adjacent to the Shire of Plantagenet Administration Centre.

Skate Park


Narrikup is located 20 km south of Mount Barker towards Albany. Recreation infrastructure in Narrikup includes:

  • Oval / open space
  • Combined sports clubhouse
  • Cricket training net
  • 2 x tennis courts
  • Narrikup hall
  • Children's playground
  • Open space picnic / entertainment area

For a copy of the Application for Venue Hire for Narrikup Hall; please click here

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Rocky Gully

Rocky Gully is situated approximately 60 km from Mount Barker, on Muir Highway, toward Manjimup. Rocky Gully is the further most townsite from the Shire's main town, Mount Barker. Recreation infrastructure in this community includes:

  • Tennis Court
  • RSL Hall
  • Playground
  • Higgins Park oval

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