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Matilda Bay

Matilda Bay Reserve features grassy parkland framing the waters of the Swan River, Perth City and Kings Park.

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      The bay accommodates cafes, restaurants, offices, yacht clubs and has a series of universally accessible pedestrian and cycle paths. The reserve offers the ideal place to picnic on shady river banks, as well as sail, row or simply sit and watch the sun sparkling on the waters of the bay.

      Matilda Bay Reserve is a thin strip of land covering 20.6 hectares between Hackett Drive and the Swan River. The reserve extends from Mounts Bay Road in the north to the windsurfing ramp in the south and encompasses Pelican Point, an important breeding sanctuary for international migratory birds.

      The reserve's area is popular with a variety of visitors including students from The University of Western Australia, walkers, cyclists, swimmers, rowers and picnickers. The free electric barbecues are cleaned daily.

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