JOHN TONKIN PARK FORESHORE INTERPRETATION NODE- STAGE TWO TO COMMENCE JULY 2018

The joint Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) and the Town of East Fremantle works at John Tonkin Park are set to continue in July 2018.

Stage Two of the Swan River Foreshore work at John Tonkin Park will involve the construction of the Interpretation Node and landscaping/revegetation works.

The interpretation facility will be developed with a wooden deck structure shaped to create a multi-use space providing seating, interpretation panels and improved foreshore access. The facility will link to existing interpretation facilities along other areas of the river, encouraging a whole Riverpark linkage by showcasing the Riverpark’s natural and cultural values.

The park will remain as an open space for all of the community while the works are taking place.  

The sign below illustrates the extent of the works and there are three artists impressions of what the node will look like from the River.

Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Stephen Gallaugher by telephone 9339 9335 or on email sgallaugher@eastfremantle.wa.gov.au.

Artists impression of what the nodes will look like from the River.