We aim to serve the community with high quality, safe and non-threatening Sport and Fitness activities at an affordable price.
Warwick Stadium Profile
Warwick Stadium is operated by the Churches of Christ Sport and Recreation Association Incorporated.
Warwick Stadium is a Sport Stadium and Fitness Facility located in the Northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.
We have 8 indoor sprung floor courts used for Basketball, Netball, Volleyball, Badminton and multi sports. Our main display court has grandstand seating for 600, and secondary show court has seating for just under 300 people.
Competitions run 7 days per week, weekdays from 8.30am to 10.30pm.
We have 2 fitness operations here at Warwick. Warwick Workout is a 500sqm area designed for members of the community, whilst also offering high performance programs and testing for serious athletes.
Warwick Women’s Workout is a ladies only fitness gym with a circuit program and cardio equipment providing community exclusively for women. We have a function room and multi-purpose meeting room available for hire when not being utilised for courses and classes. Our crèche is well equipped and operates in support of other programs.
We operate a well-equipped kiosk (soon to be a brand new café), including excellent coffee and a range of snack foods, both hot and cold.
Ethos of the Centre
The Centre operates with Christian values, which when we really get down to it are just good values for life and living with each other – “treating people the way that we like to be treated ourselves”.
We believe that size, gender, race, creed or age do not make us superior or inferior to the other.
We do not tolerate domineering, rude or bullying behaviour, but seek to encourage an environment for sport and fitness that while competitive, is safe and non-threatening.
We are a swear free stadium.
Drugged or intoxicated persons are not permitted to participate for their own safety and the safety of others.
We take our duty of care very seriously, in all aspects of what we do.
People who deal closely with children have police clearances.
In case of suspected serious injury, an ambulance will be called.
Photographs and videoing is prohibited without permission of the management and in the case of children’s teams, the parents of other children playing.