Burswood Park is free for community groups to come together for recreational activities.
To join one of the many sporting and community groups that use Burswood Park as their meeting place, please contact them directly using the contact details below. You can also see their next scheduled activity on What's on.
Should you wish to host your own recreational activity within the park, we offer 53 hectares of landscaped parklands just waiting for you to enjoy. Please contact Burswood Park Board's Communications and Events Coordinator to discuss your group's requirements.
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Yoga in the Park
Yoga classes will will be held each Sunday morning at 8.30am, from 16 January until 10 April.
One hour rejuvenating vinyasa flow yoga led by a qualified teacher will guide you through breathing techniques and mindful movements, releasing tension in the mind and physical body. Whether you are a first timer or a regular yogi, options will be provided to cater for all levels.
Location: Camfield Drive, Burswood - Parkland across from P8 car park.
Cost: Pay from your heart - what you feel the class is worth / what you can afford
Mats: BYO (shared mats not possible in the current climate)
Over 55 Cycling Club is for mature age cyclists to join others in a welcoming, social, and supportive environment, where members ride for fun and to keep fit and healthy. The club has three organised rides per week and regularly rides through Burswood Park. It also arranges various activities, including camps, tours, social events and training workshops.
The Burswood Peninsula parkrun is a 5km run that is held every Saturday, and organised entirely by volunteers. For more details on how to register, please click here.
WA Marathon Club is located in the WA Watersports Association and conducts events all over the state, as well as from their Burswood clubrooms. For more details, click here.
Masters Athletics WA conducts many events each year for men and women over 30 years, including a number that start and finish in Burswood Park. For more details, click here.
Practiced in China and around the world, Qigong (pronounced chi-gong) involves moving meditation, coordinating slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and calm meditative state of mind.
Join the Qigong Association of Western Australia for morning sessions on the banks of the Swan River. For an annual $50 fee, you can participate every day of the year except Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday, ANZAC Day, Chinese New Year's Day, and during poor weather.
Two classes are held daily in Burswood Park.
6.00am - 7.00am - Dynamic Qigong
7.00am - 8.00am - Static (or Yoga) Qigong
The Over 55s Walking Association is a non-profit organisation that encourages the mature population to ‘Be Active’. Membership is $10, if you choose to become a member. As part of their calendar of events, the group meets at Burswood Park a couple of times a year, and takes a leisurely walk around the Bridges (Narrows to the Causeway), before returning to the park.
In addition to the day walks, they conduct numerous evening walks throughout summer.
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