Update – 27 March 2020

The State Government has declared a State of Emergency for Western Australia.  You should stay at home unless absolutely necessary. However, we understand that living and working within your home can be difficult to manage all day every day, so if you do need to take a quick break and get some fresh air, Burswood Park will be open.

Please note the following changes to the park:

  • the main toilet block is CLOSED until hand hygiene products can be restocked.
  • the barbecues have been turned OFF for the foreseeable future to discourage gatherings and minimise cross contamination.
  • Telethon Community Cinema is closed until further notice.
  • wedding ceremonies can still take place, however are restricted to only the couple, celebrant and two witnesses.
  • no events at Burswood Park until further notice.

The following areas remain open at Burswood Park:

  • Spacious parklands
  • Walking and bike paths
  • Heritage trail
  • Gazebos
  • Exeloo
  • Car parks

Burswood Park Board has increased the frequency of cleaning of the toilets, water fountains, gazebos and playground. However, we also encourage you to maintain your own commitment to good health by following recommended personal hygiene habits. Wash your hands regularly, with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based sanitiser, and exercise social distancing by keeping at least 1.5m away from other people.

These guidelines will be updated as and when government advice changes. Follow us on Facebook for the latest information.

If you have flu-like symptoms, DO NOT leave your house. Call the Coronavirus hotline on 1800 020 080.