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Lakeview Lawn is located on the edge of a beautiful ornamental lake, which dominates the May Drive Parkland. The lake was designed and built during the 1960's for racing model boats.

This scenic, sunny grassed area is in front of Zamia Cafe and close to play equipment, BBQs and toilet facilities. Lakeview lawn is an ideal family venue with easy access for the kids to the Stromatolite boardwalk and Lycopod island.

Suited to
Weddings, social and family functions, community groups, corporate functions, film and photography
Capacity
150 people
Parking
Zamia Carpark or along May Drive
Access
Short walk from Zamia Carpark or May Drive parking
Services
Perth Explorer Bus stop nearby
Toilets
Close facilities at Zamia Cafe
Power
Not available
Shelter
Partly shaded
Seating
Not available
Refreshments
Available close by at Zamia Cafe
Barbecues
Available to all park users; cannot be reserved as part of your booking
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
May Drive Parkland
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