Village life in the city

Throughout Claisebrook Village, you’ll find housing, shops and commercial buildings set amongst nearly 22 hectares of parks, open space and other public areas. Whether you want to explore the area by bike, pack a picnic or enjoy a world-class restaurant meal with a view, there is something for everyone.

Enjoy Claisebrook Cove

Claisebrook Cove is the centrepiece of our Claisebrook Village redevelopment. All new roads and pathways in the area lead to the cove, where the Swan River has been directed inland. People enjoy boating and water activities, public art, bars, restaurants, cafes and shops, all with stunning views and a relaxed ambience.

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    People enjoy waterside dining at restaurants and cafes in Claisebrook Cove.

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    Enjoy cafes and restaurants in Claisebrook Village

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    The beautiful Claisebrook Cove offers boating and water activities.

  • Looking down from Claisebrook Cove Footbridge onto cycle paths and walkways
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    The scenic parks and gardens include cycle paths and walkways.

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    The cove is popular for community events and activities.

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    Bars and restaurants offer people the chance to dine on the water's edge.


Explore parks and gardens

Claisebrook Village features 22 hectares of beautiful green space where everything is connected by walkways, cycle paths and bridges. You can pack a picnic, use the BBQ facilities or stroll along the Public Art Walk. This features artworks which pay homage to the area’s indigenous and industrial heritage, with some pieces made using recycled materials from demolished East Perth buildings.

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    Mardalup Park, a former Noongar camping ground and gasworks site, is popular with families.

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    Enjoy picnic areas, BBQs and a children’s playground in Victoria Gardens.

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    City Farm

    City Farm is a thriving community garden with lots to discover.

Visit Royal Street

Royal Street has a wide variety of shops and services close to popular restaurants, bars and open spaces.

Central Institute of Technology

Catch public transport

Fine dining or a casual bite to eat

Fine dining or a casual bite to eat

Over 6,000 health, education & media employees.

A vibrant mix of shops and homes

A vibrant mix of shops and homes

Walk to Claisebrook Cove

Find out more

Learn more about the Public Art Walk, see the gallery or see maps of the area.