Vasse Exercise Stations
Vasse has six new exercise stations, designed by fitness guru Matthew Fuller. These are free to use anytime, and can be found along the Wadandi Track.
Station 1 – Tri Pull Up Bar & Dexterity Builder
Station 2 – Elliptical Trainer & Body Twist
Station 3 – Double Pull Up Bar and Sit Up Board
Station 4 – Leg Press & Chest Press
Station 5 – Pull Downs and Step Ups
Station 6 – Roman Rings & Drink Fountain.
The map above shows measured exercise circuits that use some or all of the stations. The exercise stations start near Vasse Village, run past the Oval and Cape Naturaliste College and finish at Lynwood St (the Business Park).
Vasse Sporting Complex
The Vasse Sporting Complex includes a massive grassed oval, suitable for playing AFL football, soccer and cricket. The next stage of construction will include club rooms, hard courts and a bowling green.
Right in Vasse you’ll find plenty of local sporting teams to join.
- Soccer: Vasse Junior Soccer Club
- Netball: Vasse Magpies Netball Club
- Cricket: Vasse Cricket Club
- AFL Football: Vasse Royals Football Club and Vasse Kakkas Football Club.
The Wadandi Track passes right through the Vasse Estate. Surrounding the part of the track that runs through Vasse is a park, family barbecue area, sports oval and exercise stations.
The Wadandi Track will comprise a 106km walking/cycling trail from Busselton to Flinders Bay once finished. It follows where train lines once went, and is also known as the Rails to Trails. Walk or ride from Vasse to Busselton Jetty, passing the stunning Geographe Bay and Kangaroo Gully Bridge along the way.
Read more about our parks and trails here.