Burswood Park has a long and glorious history, most famously known, between 1988 to 2013, for the Burswood Golf Course, its attractive manicured gardens and floral displays. It is now a significant parkland that surrounds Western Australia’s only six star resort, the Crown Perth Resort and, at present, the third largest stadium in Australia, Optus Stadium.
Burswood Park has some spectacular views, attractions and facilities at its doorstep. Visitors can enjoy wonderful views of the Swan river and the Perth city skyline, walk towards and across the newly opened pedestrian bridge (Matagarup Bridge) and soak in the spectacular landscape architecture on offer.
- Swan Shell and Swan Fountain– soars above the surrounding parklands and a popular landmark for weddings, concerts and outdoor events
- Heritage Trail - discover Western Australia's history of European settlers through life-size bronze sculptures.
- Citizen of the year podium to honour recipients of this prestigious award
- Prized granite sculptures by international artists.
- Manicured landscape gardens
- Well presented, public open spaces for year round use
- Uninterrupted views of the Swan river and Perth City skyline
- Migratory and resident bird life that inhabit the lake systems of the Burswood Park
- Family friendly outdoor cinema - screenings nightly from December to April, fully licensed with a variety of food, drinks and confectionery available.