This regional park slightly larger than 22 hectares is divided into two wetland areas by Eudoria Street.
A Conservation Category Wetland and Bush Forever Site (124), this park is known as a major bird sanctuary and is listed as a ‘must see’ by Birdlife Australia (National Ornithological Society). With twelve water birds species known to breed in these wetlands and thirty-five species known to take advantage of the wetlands.
The site has major potential for natural recreation pursuits, both as a local and regional asset. Existing facilities include public toilets, play equipment under shade sails, walking paths and a picnic area with barbecue facilities and seating.
A 10 minute walk to the Gosnells Train Station and Gosnells Town Centre, the site is centrally located, surrounded by residential houses and the northern end of the park adjoins Gosnells Primary School.
Access around the park is easy for members of the community by the network of pathways and is shaded by tall stands of native trees.
More information and maps of the park can be found at the site on the information signs.
Mary Carroll Park
Gosnells WA 6110