Burswood Peninsula houses some of the State's biggest tourism attractions, which makes it the perfect place to come explore.
Whether it's a casual walk along the foreshore, checking out a game at Optus Stadium or lunch at one of Crown's amazing restaurants, you will run out of time before you run out of things to do.
Voted as the World's Most Beautiful Stadium in 2019, Optus Stadium is a multi-purpose world-class venue running a range of events and experiences.
The 370 metre long Matagarup Bridge opened in July 2018 and has been a vital link connecting the Burswood Peninsula to East Perth and the CBD ever since. Home to both a zip line experience and a bridge climb, there is also feature lighting on the arches illuminating the bridge throughout the year.
With multiple hotels, pools, bars and restaurants, not to mention entertainment ranging from theatre shows through to live music, Crown Perth is your one-stop entertainment hub.
Spend the day exploring the parklands, landscaped gardens and sculptures. With views of the City, there are playgrounds for kids, walking trails and plenty of space for a picnic.
State Tennis Centre
The State Tennis Centres hosts a range of matches and tournaments throughout the year, boasting 12 hard courts and a cafe onsite.
Belmont Park is the heart of horseracing on the Burswood Peninsula. With a jam packed calendar of races, big entertainment days and a range of restaurants and bars available, there is is something for everyone.
Burswood Park is home to a unique collection of bronze sculptures, designed and produced by artists Joan and Charles Smith and acquired between 1989 and 2002.
To download the Heritage Sculpture Trail map, head here.
Burswood Peninsula is home to a number of beautiful parks, including Burswood Parklands. For more information on parks on the Burswood Peninsula head here.