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Places To Go in Perth Metro


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Bardon Park

  • (08) 9272 0622

Well kept gardens and ornamental lakes with public facilities.

Details

  • Facilities:BBQ,Kids Play Grounds,Toilets
  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

This large nature based playground is nestled within the beautiful grounds of Bardon Park overlooking the Swan River in Maylands. The playground offers various methods of play including climbing, swinging and sand play. Bardon Park offers something for everyone with wide pathways, perfect for walks or bike rides, picnic and barbeque facilities, bench seating and amazing views of the river. 

Birdwood Square

An oasis of green space close to the CBD and opposite the popular Brisbane Hotel

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  • Facilities:Kids Play Grounds
  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

Birdwood Square has facilities like change rooms and a social room, making it perfect for sporting activities. 

The City is passionate about preserving green space for the enjoyment of residents and ratepayers, and our parks and reserves provide vital oases dotted throughout Vincent.

Burswood Park

Located just 3km from the City Centre, Burswood Park offers visitors a range of facilities to enjoy passive or active leisure.

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  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens
  • Activities:Walking
  • Facilities:BBQ,Kids Play Grounds,Picnic Facilities,Walking Trails

Description

The historic of WA is brought to life for those who follow the unique Heritage trail which winds throughout the park and features bronze sculptures of historic figures. Over 40 species of bird life abound within the landscaped parks, gardens and lakes, and free BBQ's, picnic areas and children's playgrounds are available.

G.O. Edwards Park

G.O. Edwards Park is the perfect venue for outdoor family, community or corporate functions.

Details

  • Activities:Walking
  • Facilities:BBQ,Kids Play Grounds,Picnic Facilities,Toilets,Walking Trails
  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

This beautiful park features an ornamental lake with water birds and is home to the Heritage Circle public artwork which celebrates the Town's unique Indigenous and settlement history.   There is a large gazebo overlooking the lake which is popular for wedding ceremonies. 

Other facilities include barbecues, toilets, accessible pathways, playground, gardens and plenty of shade for those hot summer days. The park is accessible via the Burswood Road car park which has accessible parking, with another car park located at Hawthorne Place.

See book a park or reserve to submit an application. 

Harold Boas Gardens

This inner city garden makes the perfect wedding location with cascading rocks surrounding a serene lake and waterfall.

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  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens,Waterfalls

Description

<p> Named after former City of Perth Councillor, Harold Boas, these gardens feature a large grassed area with plenty of shade from the bellowing trees. This spot has become renowned by city workers as a peaceful spot to switch off and relax. Additionally, the gardens have become a popular spot for weddings parties, with its designated areas to host wedding ceremonies.</p>

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Kings Park and Botanic Garden is visited by over six million people annually. Entry is free and it is open all day, every day of the year.

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  • Facilities:Picnic Facilities,Toilets,Cafe / Shops,Kids Play Grounds
  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

Kings Park and Botanic Garden is visited by over six million people each year. With its remarkable expanses of unique bushland, tranquil parkland and State Botanic Garden, the park is the most popular visitor destination in Western Australia.

The total area of the park is 400.6 hectares and is located adjacent to the Swan River, approximately 1.5 km from the Central Business District of Perth.

There are many things to do for the whole family, exciting events are held throughout the year and a range of services are offered to ensure you enjoy your visit.

Visit www.bgpa.wa.gov.au for more information on how to plan your visit.

Langley Park

Langley Park was created by land reclamation between 1921 and 1935, in response to the need for public open space near the city.

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  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

Langley Park is an open space in the central business district of Perth, Western Australia. Running alongside Riverside Drive, it is grassed, rectangular in shape and has dimensions 900 x 100 m (3000 x 300 ft). It was created by reclaiming land from the adjacent Swan River between 1921 and 1935, to provide open space near the city.

As a pioneer of civil aviation in Western Australia, Major Norman Brearley used the park as an airstrip in the 1920s. That tradition continues with "fly-ins", where small aircraft land in the park. In 2003, to celebrate 100 years of powered flight, 10 aircraft representing each decade of the 20th century landed.

Aircraft have also used the park to perform emergency landings. In 1997 a Tiger Moth TMK had an engine failure and put down in the park. While not an official airfield, Langley Park makes Perth a place where fixed-wing aircraft can land in proximity to the central business district.

Langley Park's location makes it a popular place to view the annual Lotterywest Skyworks, which are held over the river. The Telstra Rally Australia World Rally Championship held events at the park for 11 years from 1992 to 2002, and once more in 2005.

During 17-19 November 2006, 2-4 November 2007 and 1-2 November 2008, the final stage of the Red Bull Air Race World Series was held over the Swan River and Perth Water, using Langley Park as the airfield.

Cirque Du Soleil has used the park many times to set up its big top for its shows whenever a big top touring production visits Australia. Shows performed at Langley park: Saltimbanco, Alegria, Quidam, Dralion, Varekai. 

Sir James Mitchell Park

Sir James Mitchell Park is a park along the southern foreshore of Perth and lies within the suburb of South Perth from Mends Street Jetty, to just south of Heirisson Island.

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  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

It is named after Sir James Mitchell, the 13th Premier of Western Australia

It was formerly a riverside area with a number of issues regarding management. In the 1950s market gardens were closed in the area.


Since the 1970's considerable effort has been made to improve amenity, access and environmental issues.
The South Perth City Council considers the park, or parts of it to be suitable for hire, and it has hosted numerous events since its improvements and landscaping.

South Perth Foreshore

The South Perth Foreshore is an iconic tourist destination with views of Perth city across the Swan River.

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  • Facilities:Picnic Facilities
  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

South Perth foreshore incorporates Sir James Mitchell Park, South Perth Esplanade Reserve, Mill Point Reserve and Clydesdale Reserve.

For those looking for something active, there’s plenty of open space to kick a football, play cricket, fly a kite, walk your dog or work up a sweat on the walking or cycle paths. Access to the river is available at Coode Street beaches and boat ramp, Mends Street beach and at Mill Point near the Narrows Bridge. The Scented Gardens at the western end of Sir James Mitchell Park near Mends Street offer a quiet escape to sit and relax, as do the lakes area near Douglas and Hurlingham Avenues. There are picnic tables, barbecues, toilets, cafes and four children’s playgrounds on the foreshore.

Subiaco Arts Centre Theatre Gardens

the Subiaco Arts Centre is a multi-purpose venue surrounded by magnificent gardens often used for craft fairs, wedding photographs, picnics, and free summer twilight concerts.

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  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

About Subiaco Arts Centre

Only 10 minutes west of Perth's central business district, the Subiaco Arts Centre is a multi-purpose venue surrounded by magnificent gardens often used for craft fairs, wedding photographs, picnics, and free summer twilight concerts presented by the City of Subiaco.

Originally built as the Subiaco City Hall in 1956, the building was converted into a performing arts venue and opened in 1984 as the Subiaco Theatre Centre. In 2006, the centre underwent major refurbishment and reopened as Subiaco Arts Centre.

The Centre boasts three dedicated performance areas including:

Main Auditorium with a corner stage and raked seating three sides for 305
The Studio with an intimate performance area seating 115
Subiaco Theatre Gardens with a stunning Amphitheatre for outdoor concerts
In addition to presenting many high quality public performances, Subiaco Arts Centre also hosts keep-fit and yoga community classes, as well as actors workshops and theatre company rehearsals.

Subiaco Arts Centre is home to Barking Gecko Theatre Company, Perth's leading theatre company for young people. Find out more in our WHAT’S ON page.

180 Hamersley Road
Subiaco, Western Australia 6008
Tel +61 8 9380 3000
www.subiacoartscentre.com.au

Supreme Court Gardens

The stunning Supreme Court Gardens are part of an important open space area in the City’s Central Business District.

Details

  • Natural Attractions:Local Parks & Gardens

Description

More than 100 years old, the garden is semi-enclosed by mature trees and gardens and was formed following the reclamation of the Swan River shallows in 1903.

It was planted as gardens back in 1920.

Merging with Stirling Gardens, the Supreme Court Gardens contain both the Supreme Court (1903) and the oldest building in the City of Perth; the old Court House.

The gardens received an extensive upgrade in 2015.

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