Perry Lakes Basketball Stadium
Perry Lakes Basketball Stadium was a purpose built basketball stadium located in Perth, Western Australia. The stadium was built in 1962 for the National Men's Basketball Championships and was Western Australia's home of basketball until 2010. At the time of construction, the stadium featured three courts and had no second stand facing Court 1, while Courts 2 and 3 had bitumen surfaces. Five more courts were later added to the venue to a total of eight courts.
|Location||Perry Lakes Meagher Drive, Floreat, Western Australia 6014|
|Capacity||Basketball: 1,500 (main court)|
|Perry Lakes Hawks (SBL) (1989–2010)
Perth Wildcats (NBL) (1982–1986)
Perth Lynx (WNBL) (1988–2010)
The stadium was closed in 2010 and later demolished to make way for housing developments. Tenants of the stadium subsequently moved just metres down the road to the newly-completed WA Basketball Centre.