Maylands Waterland redevelopment

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Maylands Waterland is a much-loved water facility that was constructed in the 1970s. Due to its ageing infrastructure, the City is redeveloping the facility to deliver a new water playground, with the first stage due to be completed by November 2021.

The City has engaged Josh Byrne and Associates to design the new facility, which will be delivered in two stages. The concept plans were based on previous feedback from the community and input from the Maylands Waterland Working Group. Stage one will include:

  • Wading pool
  • Zero depth water play pad (splash pad)
  • BBQ and picnic facilities
  • Toilets and change rooms
  • Area to support mobile catering
  • Perimeter fencing

Concept plans

Thank you to those who attended the recent Information Sessions, to have a closer look at the concept plans and hear from Josh Byrne and the project team about the redevelopment. We also appreciated the opportunity to hear your thoughts and questions, on topics such as parking, traffic, pedestrian paths and the water pumping and filtration system to be used within the park. This will help inform the next phase of planning the facility.

The concept plans are available for viewing in the Image and Document libraries and further information about the project is contained in the Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have any questions or feedback regarding this project, please contact David Bruce, Coordinator Project Services on 9272 0612 or david.bruce@bayswater.wa.gov.au.

Maylands Waterland is a much-loved water facility that was constructed in the 1970s. Due to its ageing infrastructure, the City is redeveloping the facility to deliver a new water playground, with the first stage due to be completed by November 2021.

The City has engaged Josh Byrne and Associates to design the new facility, which will be delivered in two stages. The concept plans were based on previous feedback from the community and input from the Maylands Waterland Working Group. Stage one will include:

  • Wading pool
  • Zero depth water play pad (splash pad)
  • BBQ and picnic facilities
  • Toilets and change rooms
  • Area to support mobile catering
  • Perimeter fencing

Concept plans

Thank you to those who attended the recent Information Sessions, to have a closer look at the concept plans and hear from Josh Byrne and the project team about the redevelopment. We also appreciated the opportunity to hear your thoughts and questions, on topics such as parking, traffic, pedestrian paths and the water pumping and filtration system to be used within the park. This will help inform the next phase of planning the facility.

The concept plans are available for viewing in the Image and Document libraries and further information about the project is contained in the Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have any questions or feedback regarding this project, please contact David Bruce, Coordinator Project Services on 9272 0612 or david.bruce@bayswater.wa.gov.au.