Maylands Waterland is currently closed for redevelopment.
Concept plans unveiled by the City of Bayswater for the redevelopment of the much loved Maylands Waterland will see water play areas, inspired by local native flora and fauna, open for little ones to enjoy by November 2021.
The plans can be viewed on the City’s engagement portal at engage.bayswater.wa.gov.au
Maylands Waterland redevelopment – a snapshot
Stage one of the redevelopment of Maylands Waterland is costed at $3.5million and will be delivered in November 2021.
Splash pad, water creek, wading/splash pool, play areas, accessible toilets and changing rooms, shade sails and structures, grassed areas, community picnic areas including barbecues, provision for mobile catering, fencing and self-closing gates.
Stage two of the redevelopment of Maylands Waterland is costed at $3.7million and is subject to future funding.
A leisure pool, additional changing rooms, family play spaces, community picnic areas including barbecues, connecting pathways throughout the foreshore reserve, redeveloped public toilets on the foreshore (at the boat ramp), improved localised living stream outflows to the Swan River.
To find out more, read the City's news article.