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Kwinana Mini Golf plans swing-and-a-miss

Kwinana Mini Golf plans swing-and-a-miss
9 July 2024

Plans to build an 18-hole mini golf course at Calista Oval in the City of Kwinana have landed in the bunker with the proponent deciding to withdraw from the arrangement. 

The Kwinana Council awarded the tender for the design, construction and management of the mini golf course to Greenspace Management, in March 2023, however due to commercial reasons the proponent has determined not to progress any further with the development.

Mayor Peter Feasey said the project was unable to go ahead, following a commercial decision by Greenspace Management that the project was no longer feasible in the current economic climate.

“While it is disappointing that the plan for the mini golf circuit won’t be going ahead, the Council is still invested in exploring unique opportunities to activate the area on Calista Oval,” Mayor Feasey said.

“The mini golf was earmarked for the space between the Kwinana Adventure Park and the Calista Bike Skills Track, and we will swing into action to explore alternatives to enhance and further build on the popularity of the Kwinana Adventure Park,” he said.

An allocation of $250,000 from the City of Kwinana for a kiosk as part of the tender, will now go back into the property reserve fund to be used for future commercial activities.

While the mini golf course wasn’t quite the hole-in-one that the City had hoped for, it remains committed to delivering high-quality facilities and services that meet the needs and expectations of its community.

For more information on the City's projects and initiatives visit www.kwinana.wa.gov.au/news.

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