Princess May Park Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

The City of Fremantle is looking to rejuvenate Princess May Park in the Fremantle city centre and transform the park into a welcoming and safe place for everyone.

The draft master plan proposes thirty six actions to improve the parks' design, facilities and heritage buildings. Amongst these are: a central public walk way, new pedestrian crossing, new trees and landscaping, new play space, building conservation work, improved lighting and pedestrian paths through the park to improve connection through the park and beyond.

Share your thoughts on the draft master plan until Wednesday 21 October 2015.

Draft Master Plan Princess May Park (full)


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The City of Fremantle is looking to rejuvenate Princess May Park in the Fremantle city centre and transform the park into a welcoming and safe place for everyone.

The draft master plan proposes thirty six actions to improve the parks' design, facilities and heritage buildings. Amongst these are: a central public walk way, new pedestrian crossing, new trees and landscaping, new play space, building conservation work, improved lighting and pedestrian paths through the park to improve connection through the park and beyond.

Share your thoughts on the draft master plan until Wednesday 21 October 2015.

Draft Master Plan Princess May Park (full)


You can provide feedback on the draft masterplan in the following ways:
Your feedback will help finalise the plan before it is presented to council to be adopted.
  • Princess May Park Draft Masterplan

    We're interested to know what you think of the draft master plan and your feedback on the ideas proposed.

    Your feedback will help us to finalise the plan and improve the park for everyone to enjoy. 

    We're interested to know what you think of the draft master plan and your feedback on the ideas proposed.

    Your feedback will help us to finalise the plan and improve the park for everyone to enjoy. 

    Consultation has concluded