Visitor information

Public notices


Burswood Park Board would like to reassure our regular visitors that, for the time being, the Park’s green spaces remain open. In these uncertain times, access to the Park’s walk trails and parkland offers the ability to enjoy some much needed fresh air and access to nature. However, we would like to remind our visitors that the Park does need to be used in line with current government restrictions.

Please note that the following facilities/attractions are now closed:

  • main toilet block
  • playground
  • barbecues

The exeloo on Glenn Place remains OPEN. However, further changes may be made to keep us in line with government directives, so keep an eye on this page for the most current information.

The wellbeing of our visitors and staff remains our top priority, so we ask that everyone who visits the Park ensures they comply with current 'social distancing' rules.


2020 AFL Season at Optus Stadium

As a result of the AFL closing all matches to the general public, road closures throughout Burswood peninsula will not be required at this time during matches scheduled for Optus Stadium.


All Burswood Park patrons are advised that car parking 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, will be restricted to a maximum period of four (4) hours from 8am to 4pm. 

The parking restrictions are necessary to provide safe, efficient and equitable access for all park visitors, and to reduce the frequency of all-day parking often used by city commuters.

Parking within the park will remain free-of-charge. Parking signs (marked 4P) will be in place to remind park patrons of the parking conditions.

The restrictions will be enforced under Burswood Park Board parking by-laws. Burswood Park Board reserves the right to issue infringements for cars parked longer than the maximum period.

For more information about parking areas in Burswood Park visit our park map.