BMX bandits could soon be whizzing about Dianella, with Stirling council releasing plans for a BMX park.
Located in the natural terrain of the Dianella Regional Open Space, stage one of the project would include a pump track, viewing space, shelter, drinking fountain and bike racks.
Stage two would include a jump track and skills trail.
Stirling mayor Mark Irwin said the city continued to receive requests for more diverse recreational amenities like BMX to keep kids active.
“One quarter of Stirling’s population is between the ages of 5-24 and our [skate and BMX facility] strategy has identified that a facility such as this will create an active and vibrant city while contributing to the health and wellbeing of residents,” he says.
For more details and to have your say on the project go to http://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/bmx by March 8.
The city will hold an information session at the Stirling Community Centres at Dianella Regional Open Space on Wednesday February 19.