Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point (CWSP) Foreshore Masterplan

This project has concluded. To view the Masterplan and find out more about this project, see the City's website.

The City has developed the Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point (CWSP) Foreshore Masterplan which considers the natural environment, recreational spaces and activities, and facilities and services of the Foreshore. The whole area has significant connection to Noongar Wadjuk people’s culture, stories and lifestyles.

The Masterplan was adopted by Council in April 2019 following a stakeholder and community engagement process. Thank you to all those who participated in the development of the Masterplan.

The City has developed the Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point (CWSP) Foreshore Masterplan which considers the natural environment, recreational spaces and activities, and facilities and services of the Foreshore. The whole area has significant connection to Noongar Wadjuk people’s culture, stories and lifestyles.

The Masterplan was adopted by Council in April 2019 following a stakeholder and community engagement process. Thank you to all those who participated in the development of the Masterplan.

This project has concluded. To view the Masterplan and find out more about this project, see the City's website.
  • CWSP Foreshore precincts and videos

    11 months ago

    For the purpose of this project, the CWSP Foreshore has been divided into four distinct precincts. You can watch the short fly-through videos of each precinct to find out more. Detailed maps are also available in the Document Library:

    Precinct 1: Clontarf and Andrew Thomson Conservation Reserve - view video

    Precinct 2: Bodkin Park - view video

    Precinct 3: Sandon Park - view video

    Precinct 4: Salter Point Reserve to Redmond Reserve - view video

    There is also a short video you can watch about the Foreshore as a whole.


    For the purpose of this project, the CWSP Foreshore has been divided into four distinct precincts. You can watch the short fly-through videos of each precinct to find out more. Detailed maps are also available in the Document Library:

    Precinct 1: Clontarf and Andrew Thomson Conservation Reserve - view video

    Precinct 2: Bodkin Park - view video

    Precinct 3: Sandon Park - view video

    Precinct 4: Salter Point Reserve to Redmond Reserve - view video

    There is also a short video you can watch about the Foreshore as a whole.


  • Have your say: Clontarf Waterford Salter Point Foreshore Masterplan

    over 1 year ago

    The City is developing a masterplan for the stretch of foreshore from Clontarf through to Waterford and Salter Point. The Masterplan will provide a consolidated management strategy recognising the ecological, cultural and recreational values of the area.

    The Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point (CWSP) Foreshore consists of a network of natural reserves, estuarine conservation wetlands, a Bush Forever site and public open space.

    These are the most extensive wetlands in the lower reaches of the Swan and Canning Rivers and there is no similar foreshore vegetation elsewhere along these rivers.

    Consultation for stage one of the masterplanning process has now commenced, with community...

    The City is developing a masterplan for the stretch of foreshore from Clontarf through to Waterford and Salter Point. The Masterplan will provide a consolidated management strategy recognising the ecological, cultural and recreational values of the area.

    The Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point (CWSP) Foreshore consists of a network of natural reserves, estuarine conservation wetlands, a Bush Forever site and public open space.

    These are the most extensive wetlands in the lower reaches of the Swan and Canning Rivers and there is no similar foreshore vegetation elsewhere along these rivers.

    Consultation for stage one of the masterplanning process has now commenced, with community members invited to contribute their ideas by completing a survey on the City’s online engagement portal Your Say South Perth, between Monday 6 November and Monday 4 December 2017.

    Additionally, a public forum is to be held from 10am to 3pm on Saturday 25 November 2017 at the Manning Community Hall. The purpose of the forum is to bring together community members, Councillors and City officers, as well as those interested in the waterways of the metropolitan area for an open exchange and sharing of knowledge and ideas about the CWSP Foreshore. At the end of stage one, a concept plan will be developed as the foundation for the masterplan.

    “This precious expanse of foreshore encompasses natural wetlands, wide open spaces for leisure and recreation activities, sites of significant aboriginal heritage and stunning river views. It is vital that the City plans sustainably for the long-term future of this beautiful area to ensure that today’s and future generations can enjoy this natural environment,” City of South Perth Mayor Sue Doherty said.

    “There are a range of ways for the community to have their voice listened to, and contribute throughout the masterplanning process. I encourage everyone to complete the survey and if you have the interest and time to attend the forum at Manning Community Hall.”

    Join the conversation at Your Say South Perth. Alternatively, hard copies of the survey will be made available at City venues including the Civic Centre and South Perth Libraries.

    Community Forum
    10am-3pm, Saturday 25 November 2017
    Manning Community Hall
    2 Conochie Crescent, Manning