Deep Water Point Reserve

Deep Water Point Reserve is a picturesque river edge location consisting of lawned picnic areas under majestic trees, a boat ramp, cafe, play spaces, an iconic jetty and beach access.

Located along The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant, this reserve is busy with casual users, especially during the summer months. Reserve bookings for functions and events are not currently permitted at this reserve. To find a suitable reserve to hold a function or event, please view other hireable reserves here.

To hire the pavillion beside the Dome Café, please contact Dome directly.

  • BBQs More info
  • Dogs
  • Wedding More info
  • Playground More info
  • Toilets More info
  • Sport
  • Seating More info
  • Cafe
  • For Hire

Location

Deep Water Point Reserve
120 The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant WA 6153 Get Directions

Deep Water Point Playspaces

Deep Water Point Reserve showcases a series of small custom-built playspaces, carefully crafted to offer a greater play experience whilst maintaining access to the sandy rivers edge.

Reclaimed jetty timbers and bespoke play elements inspire and excite the imagination. Kids can climb up amidst the tree canopy for birds eye views, swing or hang out under spectacular trees, explore the Little Black Cormorant nest  or do bombies off the jetty.

A great place to come and enjoy a BBQ with family and friends and explore this ever changing landscape.

Parking at Deep Water Point

For information about parking at Deep Water Point visit our Parking Areas and Fees page.

TravelSmart

Leave the car at home and enjoy the breath taking views at Deep Water Point. There are dedicated cycle paths (shared paths) for bikes and pedestrians alike, so enjoy a stroll along The Esplanade.

From Canning Bridge Station to Deep Water Point
30mins walking - 10mins cycling

From Mount Henry Bridge to Deep Water Point
20mins walking - 5mins cycling

From Canning Bridge Station to Mount Henry Bridge
50mins walking - 15mins cycling

Reserve Facilities

  • Accessible parking
  • BBQ facilities
  • Boat ramp
  • Swimming jetty
  • Toilets and showers
  • Changing Places Toilet (full sized change table and hoist for people with disability)
  • Playground (unfenced)
  • Picnic tables
  • Drinking fountain (located near toilet block)
  • Footpaths and benches
  • Dogs prohibited
  • Cafe

The Deep Water Point Reserve name is presumed to be descriptive for its location on Deep Water Point and was first shown on cancelled Public Plan F28-4 No.1 in May 1962.

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