Dryandra LookoutView venue slideshowDryandra lookout

The Dryandra Lookout was constructed in 2003 within a bushland setting on Law Walk on the edge of the Mt Eliza Escarpment.

The roof's rich patina and shape was designed to resemble the leaf of Dryandra sessilis, commonly known as Parrot Bush. The species has since been incorporated into the Banksia genus but the lookout has retained the name.

With unparalleled views of the Swan River, this venue is ideal for an intimate gathering. 

Suited to
Weddings, community groups, social and family functions, film and photography
Capacity
30 people
Parking
Swan Car park, Forrest Drive
Access
Short walk from Swan Carpark, suitable for prams and wheelchairs
Toilets
Approximately 1 km at Roe Carpark
Power
Not available
Shelter
Available
Seating
Limited
Refreshments
Approximately 1.5 km to May Drive Parkland
Barbecues
Not available
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Forrest Drive, Mt Eliza Escarpment
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Tags: Function type: Weddings,Social and family functions,Community groups,Film and photography
Park precinct area: Bushland
Venue capacity: Under 50
Venue amenities: Easy access, Seating, Shelter

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