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Parks and reserves

The City of Fremantle has over 70 parks and reserves – from native bush land, beach parks and sporting reserves. Fremantle parks have something for everyone – relax, picnic, cycle, play sport, play with the children or walk the dog.

Some of Fremantle’s favourite parks include:

  • Esplanade Park – a beautiful inner city park surrounded by tall Norfolk pine trees.
  • Monument Hill Reserve – a stunning WWII memorial and Fremantle’s spectacular lookout with views over the city, ocean and river.
  • Fremantle Park – popular public park, used by local groups for sport and recreation.
  • Samson Park – the largest and most significant bush land reserve, and is the City’s only Bush Forever park.
  • Booyeembara Park – this stunning 16 hectare park developed by the City of Fremantle in conjunction with the local community, is an open space of regional significance and sustainability.

For a full list of parks and reserves, click here to search our community information database.

Parks operations

The City’s parks operations team undertake all necessary work to ensure that the City's parks and reserves are maintained in a safe and tidy manner for the enjoyment of the community. Works carried out include mowing, tree pruning, tree planting, reticulation maintenance, and play ground equipment inspections. Contact our parks operations team on 08 9432 9854.

Contact us

City of Fremantle
Town Hall Centre
8 William Street
T 08 9432 9999
F 08 9432 9895
TTY 08 9432 9777

Useful documents

Events package

Application to hire a reserve for a wedding


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