Developed in the 1990s as part of Claisebrook Cove Village this inner-city park features natural wetlands, plus shaded walkways and lawns.
A central ‘channel’ also features artwork representing East Perth’s natural wetland state and the power of water to sculpt the landscape.
The channel leads in to and out of the lake, providing water to irrigate approximately 10 hectares of East Perth parklands while still proving an ornamental feature for the reserve.
The channel ends at Claisebrook Cove and water for the lakes is sourced from the Claisebrook storm water drain.
Underpasses also provide safe access along the walkway to Claisebrook Cove where you will find numerous cafes and restaurants overlooking the lake.