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Hale Oval has been used as a playground and sporting ground since 1897. It provides ideal facilities for families with older children to enjoy ball sports, the popular space net and the 'learn-to-ride' bicycle path.

The venue is conveniently located near Stickybeaks Cafe, which is open 7 days and available for function catering. There is easy access to parking, drinking fountains, toilets and the Willong Pavilion.

Suited to
Community groups, social and family functions, corporate functions, weddings, sporting events, fitness training
Capacity
Over 250; specific conditions apply to medium-sized events (functions over 250 people)
Parking
Limited parking adjacent to venue (disabled bays available); additional parking on Kings Park Road
Access
Short walk to venue via carpark off Kings Park Road
Toilets
Approximately 150 m at Stickybeaks Cafe, including parent room
Power
Not available
Shelter
Not available
Seating
Not available
Refreshments
Approximately 150 m at Stickybeaks Cafe, including parent room
Barbecues
Available to all park users; cannot be reserved as part of your booking
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily; alternative hours may apply to sporting events and fitness groups upon request
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Lotterywest Family Area
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