The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club today announced that it has signed a new deal with the City of Canning regarding the use of Burrendah Reserve, which will enable the Club to move forward with its rapid expansion in the years ahead. Shelley is approximately an additional two minutes drive longer than Burrendah, however its location directly down Karel Avenue, right onto Leach Highway and first left onto Fifth Avenue makes for a simple route from the Leeming Spartan clubhouse on John Connell Reserve. Unlike Burrendah, which had no amenities whatsoever, Shelley Park features an impressive array of facilities including dual change-rooms for the home and away sides, mens and womens lavatories, showers, clubrooms and kitchen facilities for afternoon tea. All are available for use by the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club. The ground itself is impressively flat, tucked away from the noise of Leach Highway, and also includes four practice nets.
Shelley/Rossmoyne Foreshore Park (Riverton Drive West & Riverton Drive North) . Centenary Park (between Centenary Avenue & Wendouree Road). Located adjacent to the Centenary Reserve in Wilson, Centenary Pavilion is a . Adjoins Centenary Reserve; Ample parking, including accessible parking.
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It is also known by some as Centenary Park even though this is not the name it was given at the ceremonial dedication. It was designed by Henry Moore. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 6 August