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Bathers Park

A new destination park is coming to Alkimos

Construction has commenced on the new foreshore park at Alkimos Beach, with completion expected later this year.

To be located adjacent to the Alkimos Beach foreshore, the new Bathers Park will sprawl across 2.8 hectares of green space at the ocean-end of Leatherback Boulevard.

Designed by Emerge Associates and in consultation with key stakeholders including local residents, school students, Surf Life Saving WA, Alkimos Surf Life Saving Club & City of Wanneroo - the vision is to bring the beach to the park and theming will focus on beach safety and surf rescue.

Once complete, Bathers Park is set to become a hive of activity, fitness, health and wellness - here's what to expect:

Seven metre high surf rescue themed play tower
All ages playground including a mix of climbing, rope, nature, water play and a range of accessible play items
Two sand beach volleyball courts with tiered seating
Picnic shelters & BBQ areas
Grassed amphitheatre
Entry plaza for hosting up to 3 food trucks
Informal limestone BMX track
Unisex public toilet

In addition to the inclusions above, the park will consist of 80% native plant species that will provide food sources to the native animals within the community, including the Carnaby's black cockatoo.

The natural landform will be maintained where possible creating varying grades, inclines, and flat areas. The natural shape in addition to the location at the foothills of the dune system will provide protection from coastal winds. Master planning has considered coastal setbacks along with effective dune system vegetation and ongoing maintenance to limit erosion.

To visualise all the vibrant and exciting soon to be delivered amenity, see the Bathers Park artist’s impression interactive 360 degree renders below.

360 Degree Renders

Use the below panoramic viewer to explore Bathers Park.


Click the eye icon to see all the viewpoints in the park and then click on each viewpoint to discover more. 

Use the arrows or click and drag the image to navigate your view. 

Static Image Gallery

Explore the gallery of static artist impression renders.