Demolition of Subiaco Grandstands

About the Subi East Area / Demolition of Subiaco Grandstand / Share Your Story

Demolition of the Subiaco Grandstands and the surrounding infrastructure has now been completed, and the interim landscaping commenced in mid-January 2020. The demolition is one of the biggest demolitions of its kind in Western Australia.

Here are some interesting facts:

  • Over 100,000 tonnes of material was removed from the site;
  • 95% of all material will be reused or recycled; and
  • The heritage Subiaco Oval Gates and turnstiles have been retained;

Keep Up To Date

Do you have a question or concern?

Feel free to call our dedicated Project Information Line on 1800 430 844, available 24/7 for the duration of the project. Alternatively, ask us here.

About the Subi East Area / Demolition of Subiaco Grandstand / Share Your Story

Demolition of the Subiaco Grandstands and the surrounding infrastructure has now been completed, and the interim landscaping commenced in mid-January 2020. The demolition is one of the biggest demolitions of its kind in Western Australia.

Here are some interesting facts:

  • Over 100,000 tonnes of material was removed from the site;
  • 95% of all material will be reused or recycled; and
  • The heritage Subiaco Oval Gates and turnstiles have been retained;

Keep Up To Date

Do you have a question or concern?

Feel free to call our dedicated Project Information Line on 1800 430 844, available 24/7 for the duration of the project. Alternatively, ask us here.

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