Developed in 2003 with the inclusion of a man-made lake known as Lake Vasto, Ozone Reserve was also recently redeveloped with trees, dense shrubbery and native plants.
The primary purpose of Lake Vasto is to store treated bore water to irrigate approximately 54 hectares of foreshore and parklands from Queens Gardens in East Perth to north of Council House.
An interesting feature of the reserve is the ‘Monument to Migrants’ – an eight-metre high stone and bronze statue that was a gift to the City from the Abruzzese Emigrant Association.
Vasto, Italy (in the Abruzzi region) is one of the City of Perth’s Sister Cities and has been since 1989.
Ozone Reserve Dog Agility Park
Ozone Reserve is now open to a fenced dog agility park featuring jump bars, weave poles, a pyramid ramp, dog walk and dog resting podium.
Welcome to dogs of all sizes, the park also features dog park essentials such as park benches, a water fountain and a bin with a dog waste bag dispenser.