Hammond Park Climb
The Hammond Park Climb at Vivente was officially opened by the Hon. Roger Cook MLA on 8th April 2019. The Hammond Park Climb is the first part of a future exercise 1.3 kilometre circuit which will promote active healthy for residents of Vivente at Hammond and the wider community.
The concept for the Hammond Park Climb aims to capitalise on the topography of the location to create exercise opportunities via the 62 stairs, parallel bars, box jumps and monkey bars. With a focus on local economic development, we have connected with Hammond Park Fitness to develop a couple of workouts for your use and enjoyment.
Workout 1 provides a range of different exercises aimed to test all round aerobic capacity. Workout 2 is aimed at burning up your legs with a total of 1,860 stairs should you complete the three sets. These workouts are downloadable from these links:
The Hammond Park Climb will ultimately provide a connection to Frankland Reserve Recreation and Community facility to the west which is currently under design by the City of Cockburn. This estimated $7.4 million multi-purpose facility will accommodate a variety of sports including two Australian Rules football fields and a clubhouse. The City of Cockburn are currently in the design phase with an anticipated construction in 2020 based on the Community, Sport and Recreation Facilities Plan.