Reason #4: So much on the doorstep

Reason #4: So much on the doorstep
29 June 2021

With an established community on the doorstep, you’ll find a host of clubs, groups and activities ready and waiting for you.

  1. Sports and recreation clubs

A great way to make new friends, Bullsbrook’s many local sporting clubs are friendly, welcoming and inclusive, whether you’re a seasoned participant or looking to try something new. From cricket, football, netball and lawn bowls to horseback riding, high ropes and rock climbing, there’s a wealth of team sports, adventure pursuits and recreational activities. Bullsbrook even has its own 18-hole golf course surrounded by natural bush, towering Eucalyptus trees and magnificent grass trees.

  1. Youth groups

For young people aged 12 – 17, the Bullseye Youth Centre offers a safe space to connect with others. It not only provides access to gaming consoles, pool and table tennis, computers, craft supplies and board games, but also information and support from qualified youth workers. The centre also offers a range of boredom-busting programs and activities during the school holidays.

  1. Library and more

Bullsbrook Public Library is the local area’s central hub for learning, hobbies and connections. You’ll discover a busy world of stories, activities, workshops, book clubs, games, DVDs, magazines, new friends and much, much more.

  1. Community organisations

Play an active role in your local community by joining one of the hardworking community organisations in Bullsbrook. These include the P&C at Bullsbrook College and the Bullsbrook Residents and Ratepayers Association, which drives community events such as the annual Bullsbrook Fair.

  1. History

Take a trip back in time at the Bullsbrook Museum, one of Bullsbrook’s hidden gems. Get to know the history of the local community in this treasure trove of stories, photographs and artefacts. It’s proudly curated by the Bullsbrook community for visitors from near and far.

  1. Food & wine

Kingsford is on the doorstep of the Swan Valley and the Chittering Valley, both known for dining, wine-tasting and a tempting array of fresh produce. Even closer to home, you’ll find gourmet treats at family-run stores such as Bully Butcher, which has been part of the local Bullsbrook community for almost 50 years.

  1. The great outdoors

The charming Ki-it Monger Brook walking trail is the perfect spot for a picnic and stroll through nature. Bullsbrook Landcare has been involved in helping turn this stunning natural asset into a beautiful green space for the local community to enjoy.

Kingsford residents are also lucky enough to have Walyunga National Park on their doorstep. Covering 1,800 hectares of the Darling Range, this spectacular natural playground covers both sides of a steep valley, and offers a wealth of activities for nature-lovers, adventure-seekers and families heading outdoors, including fishing, kayaking and bushwalking.

  1. Fun park

Looking for a day out the whole family can enjoy? Little kids and big kids alike will have endless fun at Outback Splash in Bullsbrook, home to amazing mazes, cute koalas and some of Australia’s most exhilarating waterslides.