Blackwall Reach is a limestone cliff formation with a large area of foreshore vegetation along the Swan River. It has a number of walk and cycle pathways and provides wonderful views of the river.
Blackwall Reach Reserve was named in 1896 by Commander L S Dawson, R N Admiralty Surveyor, probably after Blackwall Reach on the Thames River near Greenwich.
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