Volleyball players interested in playing at the new courts at Novelli Pavilion are being asked to express their interest.
Armadale’s first volleyball courts were officially opened on Sunday at a clinic organised by the community facilities team at the City of Armadale.
The new $1.7 million Pavilion was opened in January, providing a new space for the sporting communities in Piara Waters.
The volleyball clinic was run by a qualified coach from Volleyball WA and went for an hour to show residents the basics of learning volleyball.
City of Armadale Mayor Ruth Butterfield said the council is investigating demand for both competitive and social volleyball to help gather data for future facilities.
“The new beach volleyball court in Piara Waters is a wonderful addition to Novelli Reserve area, which includes the recently opened pavilion,” Mayor Butterfield said.
“As well as being an asset for local residents, it will also provide a space for sporting groups to gather.”
The new Pavilion features a 100 square metre multi-purpose function room, unisex change rooms, a kitchen/kiosk, verandah and car parking area.
Novelli Pavilion can also be hired for private functions, fitness groups and community events.
For more information on hiring the pavilion visit https://www.armadale.wa.gov.au/community-facilities-hire/novelli-pavilion.