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CARPARK AND ROAD CLOSURES - AUSTRALIA DAY

To assist in managing the anticipated numbers planning on watching the Australia Day Skyworks from Burswood Peninsula, road closures WILL BE in effect from 5pm until 9.30pm on Sunday 26 January 2020.

  • Resort Dr entry will be CLOSED at Great Eastern Hwy. Victoria Park Drive and Bolton Ave will remain open.
  • Local Access Only Northbound to Camfield Dr from the roundabout at Glenn Pl for access to Crown Towers
  • Local Access Only Southbound to Resort Dr from the roundabout at Glenn Pl for access to Telethon Community Cinemas (must have valid ticket for entry to overflow carpark).
  • Camfield Dr will be CLOSED Southbound at Roger McKay Dr
  • Cars parked within closures can exit at any time

CARPARK AND ROAD CLOSURES - CRICKET

Burswood Park patrons are advised that various road and car park closures throughout Burswood Peninsula will be in effect for cricket events at Optus Stadium over the summer. Times will vary from event to event. To ensure you remain up to date, please bookmark this page.

SWAN SHELL UPDATE

Please be advised that the footpath leading through Kagoshima Park will be repaved in January. The dual use paths and Swan Shell will not be affected. Works are expected to be undertaken 20-31 January. Please take care when in the area.

The Swan Shell itself will be closed for regular maintenance and repairs from 6 April to 8 May 2020. No bookings will be taken for weddings or events during that period. It will also be closed from 25 May to 3 June 2020 to accommodate WA Day celebrations. For full information regarding wedding bookings, please click here.

Path Paving

NOTICE OF CHANGES TO PARKING CONDITIONS

All Burswood Park patrons are advised that, as of 1 February 2020, 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 per day. 

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.