Millers Pool on South Perth Foreshore has a rich Indigenous history. The area and its surrounds were part of an important camping and fishing area for the Noongar Bibbulmum people.
In the 1900s, it was a popular boating, crabbing, prawning and picnic spot.
Today Millers Pool is a picturesque place to pause, rest, reflect and take in sweeping views of the Swan River, Kings Park and the Perth city skyline.
Picnic and seating areas, a boardwalk and small viewing jetty across the pool provide visitors with the opportunity to admire the natural beauty of the area or snap a selfie.
Printed artworks of the native samphire plant, a shade screen design by Noongar artist Kylie Graham as well as Reflections, a solar-powered kinetic sculpture reflecting the sky and plantings below it are incorporated into the landscape design of the area.
The historic Old Mill is just a stone’s throw away and a path connects the pool to a foreshore walk from South Perth Esplanade west of the Narrows Bridge.
You can find car parking close by at the Millers Pool Car Park on Mill Point Road.
Mill Point Close
South Perth WA 6151
Open seven days a week