Elizabeth Quay connects the city to the river, encouraging people to enjoy the riverfront location for a leisurely stroll, a relaxing lunch spot, a boat cruise or getting active on the water.

Visitors can enjoy a bike ride around the river, look out for dolphins, or utilise one of the public boat moorings.

Please be aware that swimming is not permitted within the Elizabeth Quay inlet due to the high level of water vehicle traffic. 

Fishing is also not permitted in Elizabeth Quay due to the high level of water vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

More information about water based activities is available in the Swan Canning river Boating Guide.

The WA Rowing Club is just next door – visit their website to get involved.


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Basketball court at Elizabeth Quay
Elizabeth Quay

Quay Side Basketball Court

Practice your shooting, have a 3-on-3 game or just have some fun at the quay side basketball court.

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Elizabeth Quay

Florence Hummerston Kiosk

The Florence Hummerston Kiosk, originally built in 1928, has been painstakingly relocated and rebuilt on the island.

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The Elizabeth Quay Ferry Terminal at night time
Elizabeth Quay


This giant artwork runs the entire length of the inlet, illuminating the water.

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