Fleming Reserve Gazebo
Hosted by City of KalamundaSpacetoCo Host since November 2018 · 5k bookings
The City of Kalamunda is a local government area in the eastern metropolitan region of the Western Australian capital city of Perth about 25 kilometres east of Perth's CBD.
About this space
About this Park - Gazebo Hire
Named in honour of James (Jim) Fleming, who managed an orchard in Maida Vale with his twin brother Jack prior to fighting in World War II.
Exercising outside is a great way to stay healthy, improve your fitness an enjoy the great outdoors. The equipment is free to use and available all year round.
Equipment available at Fleming Reserve includes:
- Chest press
- Leg press
- Body twist machine
- Sit up bench
- Leg raises
- Freestyle platforms
- Pull up bar
- Tricep dip bar
Please Note: Whilst a formal booking can be made for a specific park or reserve, it does not give the hirer sole usage of the location, as the park or reserve always remains available to the public.
Large events may require further City approvals and information should be sought from the City of Kalamunda before the event commences.
Hirers have a duty of care to ensure they take all reasonable steps to provide a safe event of activity for the participants at the booked reserve.
Hold Harmless – the hirer agrees to hold the City of Kalamunda harmless for any liability arising.
The hirer of any reserve must comply with the provisions of the Health Act, Liquor Act, Police Act and Criminal Code or any other relevant Acts in force.
Functions or events on the actual reserves involving the consumption of Liquor must receive written approval from the City of Kalamunda.
Sprinklers and pipes on reserves are not to be removed or interfered with in any way. Any hirer found guilty of this will be charged for the reinstatement costs and/or repairs.
Pointed objects are not to be driven into the surface of any reserve unless approved in writing from the City of Kalamunda. E.g. Erection of star pickets, tent pegs etc and the use of confetti, polystyrene products and ball furniture is prohibited. Bouncy castles must be sand bagged and not pegged.
Hirers will be liable for any damage caused by using prohibited materials.
Parking and litter: Under no circumstances will parking be allowed on any reserve except in the areas allocated for that purpose. If the hirer requests a reserve to be used for parking, written approval is required from the City of Kalamunda.
All areas are to be left clean and tidy at the conclusion of each hire period. It is the hirer’s responsibility to provide additional bins or have rubbish removed from the venue if a function/activity generates an excessive amount of rubbish.
Damage/resident complaints: The hirer must be mindful of residents in the immediate vicinity. Any complaints received by the City could jeopardise future applications.
The hirer of any part or parts of a reserve shall maintain and keep good order and decent behaviour within the reserve, and shall be solely and entirely responsible for the carrying out and compliance of these Local Laws and for any damage arising to the buildings, fixtures, fittings, furniture etc and shall pay such damages as may be assessed by the City. All equipment brought onto the ground/venue must be removed at the end of the hire period.
Non-compliance of any of the City of Kalamunda Conditions of Hire may result in reconsideration of usage rights as authorised by the Manager of Community Development and may also jeopardise future use of any of the Shire’s reserves and facilities.
The hirer will not destroy, damage or interfere with any property owned by or vested in the Council; The hirer shall not remove, damage, deface, mark or alter any sign, notice, flag or other specified indicator.