Stanton Park

Stanton Park is a large recreation reserve at the base of the Darling Scarp on the outskirts of Harvey.

This beautiful, undulating property is home to Stanton Hall, the local community equestrian organisation, the South West Horse Trails, and the Harvey Sport Clay Shooting Club.

Stanton Park Hall is available for function hire. The reserve also hosts regular events.


Stanton Park is named after Harvey resident Dick Stanton.

The property was originally part of the Korijekup Estate, which was released for sale in 1895 as 10-acre allotments. Settlement of these lots was not rapid and in the period following World War 1, the government repurchased some lots for soldier settlement. This property was acquired by the Harvey Repatriation Committee under the jurisdiction of the Shire of Harvey.

They constructed the hall for the use and recreation of the returned servicemen.

The Harvey Golf Club used the grounds and facilities of Stanton Park from before World War II until the 1970s, when the club moved to its current location.


  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Dog friendly
  • Car park
  • Horse-friendly
  • Function facilities
  • Large group-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Kitchen
  • Dining hall
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