West Park Oval and Cycling Track

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West Park Oval is home to both Australian Rules football and cricket facilities, as well as cycling and athletics. 

It has been a centre of sport since it was opened in 1900 and has hosted some legendary moments, including champion cyclist Danny Clark's Burnie Wheel win in 1977 and the infamous goal post removal during the 1967 Tasmanian State Premiership Final. 

In the winter West Park is the home ground of the Burnie Dockers men's and women's teams, competing in the North West Football League. For the summer it is the The Burnie Yeoman Cricket Club, trading as the Burnie Hurricanes, playing in the Cricket North West competition.

The ground also hosts the The Burnie Athletics Club Burnie Gift and the City of Burnie Cycling Club Burnie Wheel competition at the New Year's Eve carnival. It has also hosted A-Grade cricket matches and the 321Go childrens running event.

The Point function centre is currently leased and managed by the Burnie Hurricane’s cricket club.


West Park Oval and Cycling Track, 8 Bass Hwy, Burnie 7320  View Map and directions

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