City of Bayswater

The City of Bayswater, known as the 'The Garden City', covers a beautifully maintained area of 33 square kilometres located just eight kilometres north-east of Perth.

The City was named after an original property in the area, which was thought to be named after a suburb in London.

The City of Bayswater is predominantly a residential area, with some industrial and commercial areas. It is home to ten kilometres of Swan River foreshore, the unique Bayswater Waves Aquatic Centre, the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary and a number of lovingly preserved heritage buildings including Tranby and the Old Peninsula Hotel in Maylands, and Ellis and Halliday Houses in Bayswater.

Well known for its family-friendly atmosphere and regular community events, the City of Bayswater is a place of relaxation, fun and recreation.

Suburbs

Bayswater, Bedford, Embleton, Maylands, Morley, and parts of Dianella, Mt Lawley, Beechboro and Noranda.

Statistics

Please refer to the Australian Bureau of Statistics for the latest Census of Population and Housing data.

Statistics

Distance from Perth (km)

7

Area (sq km)

32.7

Length of sealed roads (km)

380

Length of unsealed roads (km)

nil

Population

60,268

Electors

38,988

Dwellings

27,890

Attractions

Tranby, Maylands

Halliday House, Bayswater

Old Peninsula Hotel, Maylands

Maylands Peninsula Public Golf Course, Maylands

Bayswater Waves Aquatic Centre

Maylands Water Playground, Maylands

Ellis House, Bayswater

Embleton Golf Course, Bayswater

Riverside Gardens, Bayswater

Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary, Bayswater

Centro Galleria Shopping Centre, Morley

Riverside Gardens, Bayswater

Bardon Park, Maylands

Robert Thompson Reserve, Noranda

For more information

Contact the City of Bayswater:

61 Broun Avenue
MORLEY WA 6062

Email: mail@bayswater.wa.gov.au
Web: www.bayswater.wa.gov.au

PO Box 467
MORLEY WA 6943
Telephone: (08) 9272 0622
Fax: (08) 9272 0665

Regional Map of Bayswater