City of Karratha

Tambrey Pavilion

This project provided Karratha with a sporting hub in the western end of town to service sports matches and community groups based in the area.

Project overview:

Tambrey Oval was the only active recreation space in Karratha where there was previously no changeroom/pavilion facility is provided for users, despite steady population growth in the Nickol, Baynton and surrounding areas over the past five years and high demand from users. The construction of the Tambrey Pavilion provides the same level of amenity that is afforded at the eastern end of Karratha and in surrounding towns.

The City of Karratha were successful in securing $800,000 from the State Government through the Department of Sport and Recreation’s (DSR) Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) 2015/16 funding round and $200,000 from the State Government of Western Australia and Royalties for Regions towards the construction of the pavilion.

The Tambrey Pavilion project included the following elements:

  • Detailed design finalisation
  • Multi-use community hall
  • 1 internal storeroom
  • UAT facility
  • Kitchenette
  • Servery
  • Shaded external terrace area
  • 2 unisex change rooms
  • 2 external storerooms
  • First Aid room
  • Umpires room

Project cost

Total: $2,203,325
$800,000 – The State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Sport and Recreation's Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF)
$200,000 - The State Government of Western Australia through the Pilbara Development Commission through the Royalties for Regions program
$1,203,325 - City of Karratha

Latest News

Tambrey Pavilion breaks ground
Pavilion set to get underway
City benefits big from grant funding

Gallery

Tambrey Pavilion - sneak peek from City of Karratha on Vimeo.

More information

For more information please contact the City on 08 9186 8555 or email enquiries@karratha.wa.gov.au.