About Burswood Park

Burswood Peninsula

Burswood Peninsula

Burswood Park is a part of a vibrant Burswood Peninsula – sharing our home with some of Perth’s most significant entertainment, sporting, hospitality and tourism icons.

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Crown Perth  
Crown Perth features a 24-hour casino, accommodation across three hotels; 32 restaurants and bars; a nightclub; a convention centre and meeting rooms; a 2,300-seat theatre; and a host of recreational facilities, including a resort-style pool, day spa, retail outlets and riverside cycling trails.

Optus Stadium 
Opening in January 2018 and with views of the Swan River and Perth city, this 60,000-seat, world-class, multi-purpose stadium hosts a variety of sports and entertainment events.  The surrounding precinct provides year-round access for visitors of all ages to enjoy, as well as the opportunity to dine in the restaurants that overlook the Swan River.

Matagarup Bridge
Opened to the public in July 2018, the Matagarup Bridge provides pedestrian access between Burswood and East Perth. It connects visitors to the Burswood Peninsula with public transport and car parks in East Perth and Perth city.

State Tennis Centre  
Located on the scenic Burswood Peninsula, the State Tennis Centre boasts 12 hard courts and a building comprising state of the art function and conference rooms. With its stunning views of the city and Swan River, the Centre caters for any type of event and is the ideal alternative for your next function.

The Camfield
The Camfield is located on the picturesque banks of the Swan River on Burswood Peninsula. It is Australia’s largest pub and provides plenty of seating and spaces for a casual drink, long lunch or dinner.  Home to a beautiful beer garden complete with a massive screen, there’s plenty of room for the kids to run around – and its dog friendly until 4pm!

West Australian Marathon Club 
The West Australian Marathon Club was founded in 1970 to bring together Western Australians who love to run. We now have over 1,000 members aged from four to over 80.

WA Recreational Water Sports Association  
Located on the banks of the Swan River in Burswood, WARWSA is a not-for-profit organisation committed to promoting water skiing in WA.

WA Speed Boat Club 
The Western Australian Speed Boat Club, has been part of the Perth boating scene since the club was formed, in 1949. It is currently the only active Boat Racing club in Western Australia and are aligned with the Australian Power Boat Association as well as the Department of Sport and Recreation.


Boating Industry Association of WA 
The BIAWA represents thousands of marine businesses across Australia, but the Association has one clear purpose, which is to ensure all members adhere to the highest standards.

Power Dinghy Racing Club 
Formed in 1978, the Power Dinghy Racing Club organises a full year round racing calendar, and events are conducted at locations around Western Australia.