Burswood is a stylish inner-city suburb, defined by its sprawling waterfront, world-class entertainment and unrivalled views across Perth’s city skyline. Discover acclaimed gastronomy, luxurious resorts and an abundance of attractive riverside and parkland trails.
Things to do in Burswood
Rising from the Swan River, the pyramid-like Crown Perth is hard to miss, especially when the multi-coloured fountains light up at night. Featuring upscale restaurants, live theatre, international concerts and an array of casino games housed in an elegant parlour, Crown Perth is an exciting place to spend an evening out.
Soak up the spectacular views of Perth along Burswood Peninsula. The Peninsula connects to Burswood via a series of well-lit trails, making it a bustling pedestrian thoroughfare and an ideal place to take an afternoon stroll. For a dose of culture, wander through the Japanese gardens at Kagoshima Park and admire the Swan Fountain.
Nobu’s innovative Peruvian-Japanese cuisine and private teppanyaki tables offer a one-of-a-kind culinary experience, while Neil Perry’s internationally-acclaimed seafood at Rockpool Bar & Grill is a local favourite. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, head to Epicurean’s live crepe station and free-flowing chocolate fountain.
Sports fanatics can catch a game at Perth Stadium, home of Australian Rules Football. For something different, frock up and experience the excitement of horse racing year-round at Belmont Park.
Getting around Burswood
Burswood Railway Station is conveniently located opposite Crown Perth. With regular trains on the Armadale and Thornlie Line, you can get to the centre of Perth in under 15 minutes. The Burswood Peninsula includes dedicated walking trails and bike paths that connect to all the main attractions. Buses are located directly across Swan River and connect to Perth’s city centre.