Chevron Parklands is the place to play for kids of all ages. The parklands feature six nature playgrounds, each reflecting the six Whadjuk seasons.
The playground equipment is made of natural materials that respond to the local environment and connect with Western Australia’s Indigenous culture.
Kids will be entertained for hours and get a true sense of adventure in engaging and educational ways.
The 2.6 hectares of rehabilitated parklands is home to thousands of Indigenous plants contributing to a thriving habitat.
Cycle paths and promenades wind through the natural parklands. You can wander over the 200-metre BHP Boardwalk, walk over the Matagarup Bridge before stopping for a picnic alongside the Swan River.
Barbecue facilities and wind and shade protection make Stadium Park the perfect place for relaxed outdoor catchups all year round.
Discover permanent public art by Indigenous artists exploring Western Australia’s Indigenous culture and responding to the themes of people, land and sport.
The parklands feature a BHP Amphitheatre with grass seating for up to 1,000 people. The Amphitheatre hosts world-class events, including live music, children’s concerts, and outdoor movies with a spectacular view of the glistening Swan River and Perth city beyond.
About Stadium Park
Stadium Park is Perth’s place to play. An entertainment precinct where each and every experience is a highlight, where there’s something to do 365 days a year.
Situated on the Swan River foreshore surrounding Optus Stadium, the precinct offers multiple play experiences for all ages to enjoy. Chevron Parklands is home to six nature playgrounds, and the BHP Amphitheatre where you can experience world-class events. The parklands are punctuated with public art by Western Australia’s Indigenous artists.
You can also experience exciting highlights, including The Ozone, as well as two restaurants, The Camfield and CityView Cafe. There’s something for everyone at Stadium Park.
Stadium Park is located in Burswood, 5-10 minute drive from Perth City. It’s easily accessible by public transport, with its own purpose-built bus and train station. Free public parking is available on non-major event days, and there are easy drop-off points. You can also walk, cycle or catch the ferry.
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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and that Optus Stadium stands on Noongar country. We pay our respects to Noongar elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities.