Gnowangerup Sporting Complex

Rebuilt in 2012 the Gnowangerup Sporting Complex is the home of sport and recreation in the Gnowangerup town. In 2016 the Gnowangerup Community Swimming Pool was relocated to the site.

Run by a fantastic group of volunteers the facility has many sports to offer and a great conference/meeting room.

Contact details​

Peta Perry Treasurer 0427194199

Current Committee

President- Wayne Pech

Vice President - Harry Brown

Past President - Cindy House 

Secretary- Wendy Gordon

Treasurer - Peta Perry 


  1. Main Function Room: The function room is licensed to hold 400 people, with tables and seating for approximately 110. It is complete with a sound-system and projector. The highly versatile space is suitable for events of all kinds, from conferences, meetings and private functions/events.
  2. Kitchen: The large commercial kitchen would please any event caterer and is complete with large cool room and a spacious bar area.
  3. Sporting Facilities: The Gnowangerup Sporting Complex consist of multi-purpose hockey/tennis courts, cricket practice nets, football oval, two indoor netball/basketball courts.
  4. Gym: The facility has a great gym that is accessible 24/7.
  5. Brand new outdoor nature playground.

Fitness Classes

The Gnowangerup Sporting Complex is the hub for fitness classes in Gnowangerup.


Tuesday's at 9am and Thursdays at 5.30pm.

Contact Person - Megan 0428 886 703.

Active Farmers

Wednesday's at 6.30am and 8.40am.

Contact Person - Boyd 0427 990 531

24hr Access Gym

The Gnowangerup Sporting Complex has a community gym that is accessible 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Gym Memberships

To purchase a gym membership, please contact Peta Perry on 0427 194 199.

The current gym membership fees are:

3 months - $50

6 months - $80

12 months - $120

Key Bond - $50

Gym Safety Information

Due to safety reasons, the following requirements need to be met for all gym users:

  • Gym users MUST be over the age of 18.
  • You are required to complete an induction.
  • All users are required to have a buddy and attend in pairs.

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