State Netball Centre

State Netball Centre

  1. Architect Sandover Pinder & Suters
  2. Builder PS Structures
  3. Mechanical Engineer SMW&C

On 28 March 2015 Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies officially opened the new $26 million State Netball Centre - a dedicated home for netball in Western Australia. 

The facility is designed and built using materials respecting the environment and the courts will provide access for other sports after the needs of netball are met.

It is estimated more than 2,500 netball matches will be played at the centre in its first year, with more than 50,000 players plus spectators expected across the games.

The Main Sports Hall area contains four air handling units with variable speed drives. The Delta Automation Control System controls the operation of the motorised return/outside and economy cycle dampers open/shut depending upon the cooling/heating needs of the building.

The two chillers are reverse cycle and are capable of providing chilled or heating water. They provide the chilled water to the four (4) air handling units serving the court area. The chilled water is circulated to the air handling units by the chilled water pumps located adjacent to the chillers in the roof plant deck.