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Park Gardens

Swan Fountain

Citizen of the Year Lake

This tranquil centrepiece of the Park is named in honour of Western Australia's prestigious Citizen of the Year awards, with names of recipients displayed on plaques fixed to the cobbled limestone edge of the adjoining dais.

Swan Shell

Designed to reflect the movement of a swan in flight, the graceful structure of the Swan Shell soars above the surrounding parklands. A landmark for visitors and a popular venue for concerts and outdoor events.

Swan Fountain - a salute to the Swan River

A major landmark of Burswood Park and the city of Perth, the stunning sculpture of Western Australian black swans majestically rising from their nest, captures the spirit and life of the State's treasured Swan River.

Picnic, riverside walks and recreational trails

Picnic in the Park

Burswood Park - the people's picnic park on the Swan River is located on the doorstep of the city and is one of Western Australia's most popular recreation areas, where families are encouraged to relax and enjoy the jogging and cycling trails, riverside walks and many picnic spots within the stunning parks and gardens.

A symbol of goodwill between nations

On the 23rd April 1974 the cities of Perth and Kagoshima, Japan entered into a sister-city relationship to promote goodwill and peace among the nations of Australasia. Kagoshima Park is a living symbol of this relationship.

 

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