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 Passive Reserves

Tomato Lake

Located at Oats Street, Kewdale, Tomato Lake is a recreational area containing a wetland, a central lake, 1.6 kilometre walking trail, nature sanctuary island with a boardwalk across the lake. 

Tomato Lake has a café, toilets, bbqs, picnic tables and playground equipment including a space net rope climb. There is sufficient turf to play social games like cricket, soccer, and bocce.

The Tomato Lake Kiosk is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am until 5pm. On school holidays, it is open seven days. The kiosk is closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Keen ornithlogists can spot a range of birdlife including ducks, ibis and swans living on and around the lake.  Tomato Lake is a good example of combining nature with recreation. 

Faulkner Park

Faulkner Park is located between Wright Street and Abernethy Road, Cloverdale. 

Faulkner Park is at the heart of the City and houses the City’s Civic Centre, Ruth Faulkner Library, Senior Citizens Centre, Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre, Feature Playground, Skate Park and Belmont Historical Museum.

As a mark of respect we ask the public to refrain from using the War Memorial as a stage or platform for anything other than photos.

There are a number of community events held in Faulkner Park such as the City Fair, Carols in the Park and Extreme Fest. Faulkner Park is also a popular venue for weddings, which are held in and around the picturesque lake setting.

Adachi Park

Adachi Park is located on the foreshore of Great Eastern Highway near the intersection of Abernethy Road, adjacent to Hardey Park. Adachi Park has Japanese themed gardens and a tea house, children’s playground, dolls house made from Bristile Bricks (former factory on the adjoining land). It is a good location for picnics under the shade trees or a picturesque place to enjoy a walk. Adachi Park is named after Belmont’s Sister City, Adachi in Japan. There is also a Belmont Park in Adachi.

Hardey Park

Hardey Park is located on the foreshore of Great Eastern Highway near the intersection of Abernethy Road.  Hardey Park currently has a boat ramp, an informal carpark and dual use path suitable for cycling.  

Garvey Park

Garvey Park is located at the river end of Fauntleroy Avenue in Ascot. Garvey Park is a great location for a short walk or as starting point to a longer walk along the foreshore. There is a boardwalk across the wetlands heading towards the city approximately 800 metres from the playground.  You can spot some local wildlife around the river, have a picnic or bbq, let the kids play in the playground or have a game of half court basketball. 

The community and leisure facility at Garvey Park accommodates the Ascot Kayak Club who have their clubrooms on site. 

Ascot Riverside Kiosk operates at Garvey Park allowing visitors to enjoy takeaway service or alfresco dining. The café operates Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 4pm, Monday and Tuesday from 7am to 2pm, and public holidays.

Garvey Park is also the location of the Autumn River Festival and the City of Belmont Avon Descent Community Day each year. 

Jack Ring Park

Jack Ring Park is located at the intersection of Clague Street and Surrey Road in Rivervale.  This park was formally known as Chamberlain Reserve with approval for name change in March 2008.

Jack Ring Park underwent enhancement during 2008 to amalgamate the road reserve, drainage sump and former housing lots to an intergrated passive reserve.  The park contains a childrens playground under shade, a banksia woodland and an open area of turf for picnics and passive recreation. 

 

Peachey Park

Peachey Park is located between Kew Street and Acton Avenue in Kewdale.  Peachey Park is a large park containing an adventure bike track with eleven challenges in it including slalom, bone shaker and wall turns. Peachey Park also has half court basketball, combination unit and a large area of turf for recreation. 

Cracknell Park

Cracknell Park is located on the foreshore at Riversdale Road, Rivervale. Cracknell Park is a great place for a picnic, to let the kids play in the playground or to walk out onto the jetty over the Swan River for some picturesque views. 

Parkview Chase

Parkview Chase is located at Parkview Parade in Redcliffe.  Parkview Chase is a great park for a short walk or as starting point for a longer walk. At Parkview Chase you can have a picnic or bbq, let the kids play in the playground or have a game of half court basketball. 

Signal Hill

Signal Hill is located at the corner of Alexander Road and Belgravia Street, Belmont. 

Signal Hill is a small (3.87 hectares) locally important area of remnant Banksia woodland within the City of Belmont. The vegetation consists of Banksias including Banksia menziesii, Banksia attenuata with scattered pricklybark (Eucalyptus todtiana) and sheoak (Allocasuarina fraseriana). Over 100 species of native plants occur here, including six varieties of native orchids. 26 native bird species have been recorded, including the migratory rainbow bee-eater, which nests in underground burrows.

Severin Walk

Severin Walk is a tree lined waterway walk that links into Central Belmont main drain.  Severin Walk is from Francisco Street to the intersection of Abernethy and Great Eastern Highway. The walk is approximately 1.5 kilometres. 

 

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