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Point Walter Reserve, Bicton

(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Lovely place on the Swan river. Grassed area with benches ideal for picnicking, small sandy area safe for kids and water sports. Trees to shade you if it gets too hot. Ideal spot to spend a few hours ...  more »
  • Kids love this spot, and the water, but it can be better to plan to meet in a grassed area away from the river for more space - particulary if you are a larger group. There is large grassed area as pa...  more »
  • When the mercury soars, or we have a 'day off", we head straight to Point Walter. It's proximity to the city; shady trees, river foreshore (perfect for paddling), pontoon (perfect for thrill-seekers t...  more »
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  • Point walter is a public park along the swan river with a sand bar stretching out into the river, one of my favourite places to go on a sunny day. Free parking, has a boat ramp (paid parking avaliable for boat trailers).
  • Pretty nice spot but lacking in really good playground equipment. Definitely an improved place but another step up required
  • Point Walter is so beautiful, there's a charming hiking trail that's short enough to finish it in just a few hours (much less if you're fit), there are multiple playgrounds, the grass is soft, you can go fishing on the jetty (though I never caught anything but blowies) and you can expect to see dolphins in the warmer weather too. Once when I was a child, it was a busy day and everyone was in the water until we saw fins in the water. Someone screamed 'shark!' and everyone ran out of the water but I was still in the water, and of course they weren't sharks, they were dolphins! I was able to touch one, it was so close. Point Walter is one of the most beautiful places in WA if you ask me.
  • The cafe is over priced. Nice relaxed atmosphere of the area.
  • Beautiful scenery with multiple areas for kids to play, barbeque areas, public toilets, showers a kiosk and a restaurant. Absolutely magnificent to watch the sunset from the statue of the Chasers up on the hill.