Public toilet facilities can be found in numerous locations throughout the City of Gosnells.

They are opened for use from 9am until dusk 7 days a week. With the exception of Ellis Brook Public Toilets, the facilities are Accessible places.

You can view the locations of many of the public toilets within the City below.

This linear park located near Gosnells Town Centre and behind Gosnells Knowledge Centre and Addie Mills Centre adjoins the Civic Centre Gardens to Station Street. A serene linkage along the Canning River with ample recreational opportunities.

Centennial Pioneer Park
6110 WA

The Civic Centre Gardens located adjacent to Albany Highway forms a tranquil and picturesque linkage between the City of Gosnells Administration Centre and Centennial Pioneer Park and is only a few minutes walk from Gosnells Town Centre.

2120 Albany Highway
6110 WA

Ellis Brook Valley, located on Rushton Road in the suburb of Martin, is recognised as the richest wild flower location in the Perth Metropolitan Area. It has over 500 species of wild flowers in a beautiful hidden valley only minutes from Gosnells Town Centre and only a 35 minute drive from Perth.

Ellis Brook Valley Reserve
6110 WA

Home to the Gosnells Football and Sports Club and the Percy Garrett Clubrooms this district reserve consists of a senior AFL oval, the R.S. Sampson Grandstand, athletic change rooms and outdoor tiered seating.

3 Stalker Road
6110 WA

This park is located at the eastern end of Hardinge Road and neighbours Bickley Brook Reservoir.

Hardinge Park
6109 WA

This district reserve located near Tonkin Highway has two large ovals which accommodate AFL and cricket as well as five cricket practice nets and a sand pit.

Harmony Fields
6109 WA

This neighbourhood reserve caters for both skaters and BMX riders and is home to the Gosnells Skate Park where a variety of skateboard competitions and clinics where children can learn to ride and improve their skills are held.

87 Ashburton Drive
6110 WA

This district reserve located adjacent to Roe Highway and home to Dale Districts Men’s Softball consists of three large sporting areas which accommodate netball, softball and athletics.

Langford Park Sporting Complex
6147 WA

This park has a good two bowl set up with a waterfall. The street course has a nice wall ride and there is also a heap of small banks/kickers, ledges and rails.

130 Westfield Street
6109 WA

This regional park slightly larger than 22 hectares is divided into two wetland areas by Eudoria Street.

Mary Carroll Park
6110 WA

This district reserve located adjacent to Roe Highway consists of three large sporting fields which accommodates soccer, cricket and AFL with tennis courts and cricket nets for practice.

Mills Park
6107 WA

The Mills Park Skate Plaza is an open, flowing park catering for all ages, skill levels and user groups.

Mills Park Centre, 86 Brixton St
6110 WA

This district reserve is located south of Huntingdale at the corner of Holmes Street and Southern River Road. It consists of six large sporting ovals which accommodates AFL, soccer, cricket, hockey, tee ball and archery with numerous cricket nets for practice.

Sutherlands Park
6110 WA

Close to Thornlie Bowling Club and Leisure World, this park is home to the Thornlie Tennis Club.

Thornlie Park
6108 WA

This district reserve is home to the Perth Heat Baseball team and accommodates baseball, softball, AFL and gaelic football. Tom Bateman Reserve Bushland and Wetlands are also located here.

Tom Bateman Sporting Complex
6108 WA

This district reserve located in the heart of Thornlie consists of three large sporting fields which accommodates soccer, cricket and AFL with a smaller grassed area with cricket nets for practice and a playground provided.

18F Elvington Way
6108 WA