Burswood Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Yes, Burswood Park is fully accessible.
Yes, but please keep your dog on a lead at all times. A $200 fine applies for unrestrained dogs.
No. For the protection of our native birds, swimming, boating or other recreational activities are not permitted on the lakes within Burswood Park, except with prior approval.
There is no permanent café in Burswood Park, however, an ice cream truck is located near the children’s playground from 10am-4pm during school holidays and weekends (weather permitting). Barista coffee is also available there. Nearby, Crown Perth, The Camfield and Optus Stadium offer a variety of dining options.
There are a number of parking options on the Burswood Peninsula. Parking provided by Burswood Park is free and currently unlimited. Parking limits (4P) will come into effect from 1 February 2020 at two of Burswood Park’s six car parking areas, being the car parks adjacent to the children’s playground and to the Telethon Community Cinemas on Resort Drive.
Please note that car parking managed by nearby Crown Perth is fee-for-use, so payment may be required if you use these privately managed car parks when you visit Burswood Park.
No. Our gazebos cannot be booked they are used on a first-come, first-served basis.
Yes, our main toilet block near the playground and picnic areas includes a family room.
Showers are not provided.
Yes, there is a bus stop right outside the park for those heading east along Great Eastern Highway, and the Burswood and Stadium train stations are also nearby.
Plan your journey to Burswood Park.
Private events, such as family gatherings and birthday parties, are encouraged in the park and we welcome patrons to enjoy our spectacular parklands and facilities.
Burswood Park is also proud to host a number of major charity and community events each year, along with a limited number of corporate events.
The Swan Shell is also a popular wedding venue at Burswood Park. Bookings are essential.
Read our information about hosting an event in Burswood Park or phone 9361 4475.
Burswood Park welcomes personal gatherings within the park, however catering companies are not permitted at private events in the park.
The Swan Shell is a popular venue for wedding ceremonies, and the only area of Burswood Park that can be reserved for this purpose.
Bookings are essential and we encourage those considering our venue to review our conditions of hire prior to enquiring about availability or making a booking.
Burswood Park is owned by the Western Australian Government and is managed by the Burswood Park Board.
We welcome feedback from visitors to the park and encourage you to complete our feedback form.