About this park
Beeliar Regional Park protects 3400 hectares of wetland in the suburbs of Perth. With 26 lakes and many natural attractions to enjoy, you’ll never be bored!
The park has cultural and spiritual significance to Aboriginal people. Local Nyoongar people used these wetlands for camping, ceremonies and as a source of food.
In the late 19th Century, European settlers were attracted by the abundance of water and good soils. They used the area for agriculture.
With all the water around plants and trees thrive. The park is a protected haven for many plants which have disappeared from surrounding suburbs.
The natural habitat of this wetland park is a refuge for loads of wildlife which is perfect for nature watching and photography. Water birds come to nest and feed. Many other bird species use the park as a summer refuge. Some of them migrate all the way from the northern hemisphere. They’ve earned a tranquil place to rest and recuperate!
Come and rest and recuperate with the birds. This is a wonderful park for all the family to enjoy. And it’s so close to Perth!
Plan when to visit. Read this safety information about bushwalking and fishing. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Beeliar Regional Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Whadjuk people as the traditional owners of Beeliar Regional Park.