Community members have a bright new space in the heart of Gosnells, with the redevelopment of the Gosnells Town Square now complete.

The project has significantly improved access from Albany Highway, after removal of a large retaining wall that previously separated this area from the road and footpath.

Mayor David Goode said the new-look Town Square was an important part of the City’s overall plans to revitalise the Gosnells Town Centre.

“Providing a safe, welcoming space for residents, workers and visitors is crucial for the social and economic success of this area,” he said.

“A new central lawn and ‘fogging’ feature with lights and sound, along with new seating around the existing trees has created a restful place for everyone to enjoy a break outdoors.

“This space will be ideal for small community events, which will help to bring more people into Gosnells itself to support local businesses and make the town centre a more vibrant place to be.”

The redevelopment also features new energy-efficient lighting, brightly coloured furniture, public art and landscaping, including locally-sourced granite boulders from the Holcim Australia quarry.

Additional parking will be created by asphalting the adjacent vacant land.

For more details, please visit or call 9397 3000.