Parks

The City of Fremantle is home to numerous well loved parks, reserves and green spaces, many of them created as a result of community initiative and action. We begin with a list of South Fremantle parks and reserves, with other precincts to follow. Contact us if you would like to profile your favourite Fremantle green space.

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Hollis Park
Hollis Park, not far from main South Beach, is another almost secret park with playthings for kids
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Wilson Park
Wilson Park is opposite South Beach proper at the southern end of South Terrace near the Douro Road roundabout
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South Beach Recreation Reserve
South Beach Recreation Reserve is a large and very popular, grassed, beachside space.
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Parmelia Park
Parmelia Park on Chester Street is both well-loved and well-used by the local community
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Lillydale Park
Lillydale Park is a tiny community park with things for small kids, near Lilly and Dale Streets.
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Completely Secret Park
So secret it doesn't have a name - is to be found just off South Street
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Coral Park
Located between Coral Street and Wyola Lane, is a lovely, small, nearly secret, South Fremantle park.
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Gold Street Park
Gold St Park is a small community park on Francisco St where it intersects with Gold Street
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Florence Park
Florence Park, at the corner of King William Street and Marine Terrace, South Fremantle, is a small community park.

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