Mary Carroll Park is a significant environmental asset, with plans in 2021 to create a new pedestrian bridge and walkway, an all abilities playground and an Eudoria Street hub.

The park is named after Mary Carroll, a naturalist and former teacher (1923-1956) at the nearby Gosnells Primary School.

The park has become the focus of considerable community interest, with dedicated volunteer input from the Friends of Mary Carroll Park, the Gosnells Primary School, South East Regional Centre of Urban Landcare (SERCUL) and the Armadale-Gosnells Landcare Group (AGLG).

Vision Plan

Based on community input, the plan allows for proposals at specific sites to highlight the diverse environmental and historical story of the park.

More information

  • Keep the kids entertained and active in the local region with a Nature Play Passport. This booklet lists exciting natural places to visit...
  • The Mary Carroll Park Vision Plan was endorsed by Council at its Ordinary Council Meeting of 25 February 2014.