Julie Matheson

CFP Business Specialist | Local Government Expert | Community Advocate

Win two tickets to Subi Oval

Your FRESH IDEAS for Subi are important to me as a Councillor and to my campaign to be elected as the Mayor of Subiaco.

Our campaign committee offers TWO TICKETS to win for the final game of AFL footy ever to be played at Subi Oval on Sunday 27 August 2017 at 2.40pm.

Just post your FRESH IDEAS FOR SUBI in the comments section below and encourage your friends to reply and support your ideas.

The most popular FRESH IDEA will be chosen by the campaign committee as the winner.

The winner of the two tickets will be notified on Thursday evening by email or phone and must be able to attend the game on Sunday.

The tickets are undercover on the south west end of the oval.  Entry is at gate 19.


PS.  AFL footy is not linked with other Aussie Rules teams which may continue at Subi Oval after the redevelopment of the new high school at Kitchener Park.


17 comments on “Win two tickets to Subi Oval

    August 20, 2017

    Fresh Idea is a REFRESH IDEA, to have a Thursday/Friday festive night eat out from booths setup in the road around the railway station, but there needs to be tables and chairs set up!

  2. Richard Clarke
    August 20, 2017

    Save Subi Kings Squash Club from demolition, please.

  3. Lin Arias
    August 20, 2017

    More market space type eating : let cafes open on park land and let people enjoy the greenery. Put out challenges to the youth of Subi ( i.e.. cooking comps, artistic comps) and give them space to create.

  4. Jerry
    August 20, 2017

    Get rid of wilson parking. Bring free parking in to attract shoppers.
    More funky wine and tapas bars. Bring life to the top end of Rokeby road. Relax the bullshit red tape. Encourage business entrepreneurs to setup.
    Evict immediately tenants in taxpayer funded housing who persist in anti social and illegal activities.

    • Chris Mark
      August 23, 2017

      Hear hear!

    • Cath
      August 24, 2017

      Yes! Fremantle have been doing free parking for ages.
      But do this at the same time as prioritzing pedestrian and bike access along roads. Improve road rossings all the way up rockeby…

  5. Helen Potter Photography
    August 20, 2017

    We need more lead-free dog parks, please.
    The Lake St end of Lake Jualbup would be ideal.
    There is plenty of room with lots of green space and trees
    Healthy distance from the Wetlands and birds.
    Many people in area can then walk their dog without having to drive to Cliff Sadlier Park or Rosalie Park.
    This will reduce noise pollution, exhaust pollution and traffic congestion around the lake area.
    Great for community health as more people can mix and share bench seats while their dogs are playing.
    Some dogs already play here off as there is nowhere else in walking distance.
    Making it legal will reduce the Rangers workload.
    Soooo – lots of good points!.
    Adjacent households should not complain as dogs already walk there
    Fences could be minimal pine pole at low height.
    Thanks for considering my bright ideas KoKo Harry Potter Self-appointed President of the Subiaco Dog Group

  6. Dean Ward
    August 21, 2017

    Consideration has already been given to the relocation of Scitech to the re-development of the Subiaco Oval. Rather than developing the balance of the precinct as a purely residential or small retail/hospitality, consideration could be given to the develop of a centre for arts and culture with a major museum or gallery of international repute. For example, the UWA Berndt Collection could have a permanent dedicated galley as one of the world’s foremost collection of indigenous artifacts or the Mark Creasy’s private collection of geological rocks be given a permanent exhibition space. This could sperm the develop of private art galleries and be a tourism hot spot, given the railway line and potential free bus from the city.

  7. Aaron WALSH
    August 21, 2017

    Let residents use their parking passes for every street or car park, not just their own street! We already pay rates so why should we have to pay for any parking anywhere in our suburb???

    • Cath
      August 24, 2017

      Yes!! If you’re lucky enough to even get a resident permit!

  8. James
    August 21, 2017

    Hi Julie

    Please consider the growing need in owning and running child care just like the City of Perth has committed to since 1989. https://www.perth.wa.gov.au/living-community/community-facilities/citiplace-child-care-centre

    Families don’t want to sit on wait lists for childcare or be forced to pay exorbitant costs for such services. Now with the development of the new school in Subiaco, more families will flock to the western suburbs. Julie it’s our chance to “one up” on the City of Perth and make Subiaco the best local government owned and operated child care on offer.


  9. Kay Kovalevs
    August 21, 2017

    Build a playground along the lines of Speers Point in Newcastle.

    I hope you can openthese. If not, send me an address to email them to.

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  10. James
    August 22, 2017

    Subiaco has a variety of beautiful parks and gardens, I believe money was also recently spent on upgrading the children’s playgrounds. Subiaco could do more for young families, with Spring and Summer fast approaching.. why not pull together a “family focussed” reoccurring lazy Sunday at the park event?

    The event could include free live entertainment and food stalls. Shutting down Rokeby Rd or the train station to have street vendors sell their products has been done already.. so why not bring it to the park instead!

    It would be great to see the community come and enjoy the public space just like many do on a warm day at Kings Park.

    • Cath
      August 24, 2017

      Yes, certainly more could be done for young families. The big street parties just dont work with prams and little kids and lots of alcohol everywhere… More frequent park based Family focussed events would be fantastic.

  11. SOON SS34
    August 23, 2017

    Clearly the parking is an issue; not just Wilson but also resident parking has issues. Residents should be treated reasonably eg if visitors fill up streets and force residents to park in other streets; then the resident gets pinged for incorrect parking while actual policing by non residents is problematic. Will help if current parking stations and similar are more accessible and attractive for visitors in terms of price and conditions. Residents should have a bit more flexibility as to where they park.
    South of Churchill, along Rokeby Rd is a dead area in the evenings; a wider spread of businesses are needed, not just more delis; better lighting would also help.
    More varied and attractive events in the many park areas would attract outsiders and be good for locals; focus on access by train and bus. These events could be music and food stalls, other stalls….the closing of streets for markets was a very tired and had limited appeal. Park events give much more scope

  12. Cath
    August 24, 2017

    Better, safer and more frequent pedestrian access to kings park along Thomas st. One of the best urban parks in the world, right on our door steps. But try getting across Thomas street with a pram, a picnics and 2 kids on bikes with trainer wheels…..more like a panic than a picnic!

  13. Colin Edwards
    August 28, 2017

    Bring back an hourly 97 bus service on weekends, or at least on Saturday

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