We are working hard to reactivate our community facilities in line with the phases of the State Government's WA COVID-19 Roadmap.
The health and safety of the community and staff is the highest priority and has been at the forefront of the planning process. Reopening of facilities will take place in a staged approach and all reopened facilities will adhere to the State Government’s COVID-19 Safety Plan.
All facilities that reopen will be operating under the social distancing rules and patron limits identified in the COVID-19 WA Roadmap. Accordingly, new hygiene and access protocols have been put in place and the terms and conditions at all City-operated facilities will also be subject to change to comply with the new rules.
Our Administration Building on Civic Boulevard, Rockingham reopened for in-person enquiries from Monday 18 May from 8.30am–4.30pm daily.
Enquiries can also be made by phone on 9528 0333 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also submit an online enquiry, or contact us via Facebook.
A wide range of City services are also available on our website via our online services.
All of the City’s libraries are now open. From Monday 8 June, Mary Davies Library and Community Centre, Rockingham Central Library and Safety Bay Library will be able to accommodate up to 100 people at a time for loans, returns and request services, and limited computer access. Warnbro Community Library will have restricted numbers of approximately 30 during school hours and up to 100 from 3pm until closing.
You will be able to stay in the library to study or read or use the WiFi, there is no need to limit your visit as before. Regular programming is still being planned and is expected to commence in July when it is expected further restrictions will be lifted.
Customers will be able to access self-service printing and copying.
Library staff will also be required to take your details as you enter the library for contact tracing purposes as required by the State Government.
Libraries will extend opening hours from Monday 8 June. While the hours are still restricted, we hope it will provide more access for more customers across the day. Further changes to opening hours will take place in a staged process, including opening on weekends in the near future.
Mary Davies Library and Community Centre:
- Library – Monday to Friday 9am – 6pm
- Community Centre – Monday to Sunday by appointment
Rockingham Central Library:
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday, Thursday 9am – 7pm
Safety Bay Library:
- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am – 5pm
- Tuesday 9am – 7pm
Warnbro Community Library:
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9am – 5pm
- Wednesday 9am – 7pm
The Toy Library at Rockingham Central Library will be open by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays with bookings taken between 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm for half an hour at a time. Library staff will undertake cleaning between appointments to ensure the service is safe to use and all toys will be cleaned well on return. Call 9528 8683 or email email@example.com.
In line with the WA COVID-19 Roadmap Phase 3 easing of restrictions, the Autumn Centre welcomes members back to most of its groups and activities. Centre hours will be 7.15am –3.30pm to allow for more cleaning. The centre is open to members only.
Sit down meals in the dining room and food and drink from the café are available. The hairdresser and podiatry service is available and most after-hours classes are operating. For further information please contact the Autumn Centre on 9528 8560.
Take away meals
The Autumn Centre will continue to provide takeaway meals on a prepaid basis. You may order by attending the centre or by phone. Collection of meals is after 12pm.
The cost is $8 for a main meal and $4 for dessert. Frozen meals remain available from 8am to 3pm Monday to Friday.
Payment via card is encouraged to avoid a further point of contact but cash is accepted if necessary.
Please call the Autumn Centre on 9528 8560 to check on the current menu or to advise the staff of any special requirements.
The Aqua Jetty will reopen to members only on Monday 8 June with restricted services and revised opening hours in line with Phase 3 of the State Government's COVID-19 WA Roadmap.
Revised opening hours:
- Monday–Friday: 6am–7pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 7am–12pm
- Public Holidays TBA
The gym, fitness classes and cycle studio will be operating with restricted participant numbers. Personal training, boot camps, the cafe and creche (with active direct debit add-on only) will also be available.
The aquatic facilities will remain closed due to major refurbishments happening at the centre. This includes the swim school, hydrotherapy, sauna, spa and steam room. The outdoor Rockingham Aquatic Centre will be open for Aqua Jetty members who hold memberships that would otherwise warrant them access to its aquatic services (i.e. Gold, Aquatic, Livewell and Teens).
Social distancing measures will be in place as well as extra cleaning. Please call Aqua Jetty on 9591 0888 with any questions you have, or refer to the frequently asked questions for Aqua Jetty members.
Mike Barnett Sports Complex
The complex will open from Monday 8 June. Please contact the complex on 9591 0850 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information before attending.
Rockingham Arts Centre
The Rockingham Arts Centre is scheduled to open on Monday 6 July.
Rockingham Aquatic Centre
The 50m pool at the Aquatic Centre will be open from Monday 8 June for Aqua Jetty members who hold memberships that would otherwise warrant them access to Aqua Jetty aquatic services (i.e. Gold, Aquatic, Livewell and Teens) and casual users. Find out the opening hours.
Our community centres and halls will reopen on Monday 8 June. Phase 3 social distancing restrictions will apply to all bookings (two square metres per person, and up to 300 people in total per venue over multiple spaces). Please contact the City on 9528 0333 or email@example.com to reactivate your booking or make a new one.
Sporting clubrooms and fields
These reopened on Monday 18 May. Full contact sport is permitted after Saturday 6 June. Sporting clubs/groups with a leased/licensed facility or with a seasonal oval allocation must complete or update their WA State Government-required COVID-19 Safety Plan.
The City's playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor fitness equipment will be available to use from Saturday 6 June. Please remember to maintain social distancing while enjoying the facilities.
Enclosed dog parks
The enclosed dog parks in Rockingham and Baldivis reopened from Monday 18 May. Signs have been installed to remind residents to maintain social distancing when using the facilities.
The Animal Pound is operating by appointment. Please call 9528 0333 beforehand if you need to attend.