About this park
You can drive, cycle, or walk from Fremantle to visit this park which comes with parklands, playgrounds, jetties, and caravan parks. The John Graham Recreation Reserve is perfect for spending the day relaxing with a group of your best mates or family – there’s tons of room!
Did you know Woodman Point was used as a Quarantine Station and ammunition store? Take a walk on the trails and explore historical sites in the park from that time.
If you like diving and snorkelling, you need to check out the underwater world at The Woodman Point Jetty (old ‘ammunitions’ jetty) which extends about 100m out from the beach. It’s a great spot for fishing too.
There’s a boat ramp at Jervoise Bay and if you love kite surfing and sailing, head out around the Woodman Point Headland.
Every Kid in a Park
Connecting WA kids with WA's greatest assets - the amazing outdoors!
Every Kid in a Park supports families of children of all abilities in accessing and enjoying the outdoors (local parks, nature reserves, beaches, and national parks) around Western Australia.
Discover family resources for exploring Woodman Point Regional Park at Nature Play WA.
Canoeing and kayaking
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded in Woodman Point Regional Park.
We recognise and acknowledge Whadjuk people as the traditional owners of Woodman Point Regional Park.