City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

Public Open Space in Cockburn

Public Open Space (POS) is the most visible asset the City is responsible for providing, managing and maintaining and provides a key opportunity for communicating the City's vision and values.

 

What is POS?

POS is publicly owned land, which has existing or potential value for a variety of purposes including recreation, sporting facilities, community development, conservation and public amenity.

 

How much POS does the City manage?

The City manages over 300 parks and 36,173 street trees along 878km of roads. POS includes roadside and streetscape areas, regional parks and foreshore reserves.

What POS is in my suburb?

Click on the links below to find out the full list of parks and public open space in your suburb, including information on facilities, amenities and uses.

This icon denotes parks with BBQs.
This icon denotes parks with specific dog exercise areas, including places where dogs can be let off leads, facilities for collecting dog excrement and in some parks, specific recreation equipment for dogs.
This icon denotes parks that have outdoor exercise equipment for cardio and resistance training.
This icon denotes parks that have seats, benches or picnic settings.
This icon denotes parks that have minor structures such as gazebos, shaded seating and other facilities which provide shade.
This icon denotes parks that have structured sport facilities, such as cricket pitches, basketball rings, netball courts or football goals.
This icon denotes parks that have playgrounds including equipment such as slides, swings and adventure play areas.

SUBURB

PARK ASSETS

Atwell

Atwell POS

Parks Map

 BBQs

Dogs 

  N/A

Seating 

Shelters 

Sport 

Play 

Aubin Grove

Aubin Grove POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs 

 N/A

Seating 

Shelters

Sport

Play

Banjup

Banjup POS

Parks Map

 N/A 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Play

Beeliar 

Beeliar POS 

Parks Map

BBQs 

 N/A 

Fitness

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

 Bibra Lake

Bibra Lake POS

Parks Map

 BBQs

Dogs

Fitness

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

Coolbellup

Coolbellup POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

Cockburn Central

Cockburn Central POS

Parks Map

NA

N/A

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

Coogee

Coogee POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

Henderson

Henderson POS

Parks Map

N/A

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

N/A

Hamilton Hill

Hamilton Hill POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

Fitness

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

Hammond Park

Hammond Park POS

Parks Map

BBQs

 N/A

 N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

Jandakot

Jandakot POS

Parks Map

BBQs

 Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

Leeming

Leeming POS

Parks Map

 N/A

N/A

Fitness

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

Munster

Munster POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

North Coogee

North Coogee POS

Parks Map

 N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

North Lake

North Lake POS

Parks Map

N/A

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

South Lake

South Lake POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

Spearwood

Spearwood POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

 Sport

Play

Success

Success POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

Sport

Play

Wattleup

Wattleup POS

Parks Map

BBQs

Dogs

N/A

Seating

Shelters

N/A 

Play

Yangebup

Yangebup POS

Parks Map

N/A

Dogs

Fitness

Seating

Shelters

N/A

Play

The Western Australian Local Government Association has developed an app, which lets you explore the facilities and events in your local area. You can search for parks in Cockburn. Just download the 'Local Eye' app on your phone and go from there!

As well as parks, the City has a number of reserves which contain many opportunities for recreation, leisure and environment. Please click on the link below to find out more:

For an interactive overview of the City's parks and public open spaces, please visit the City's Intramaps system

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