Point Resolution Reserve - Enviro-scape Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

View from the Reserve to the Swan River

Are you a user of Point Resolution Reserve or reside near the Reserve? Do you use the playground with your children, exercise your dog, or go there to enjoy the surrounds and catch up with friends? Are you interested in water conservation and learning new practices to conserve this finite resource? If so, you will be interested in the implementation of the enviro-scape master plan for this important City Reserve.

This project involved identifying and researching a range of topics, possible constraints, opportunities and issues relevant to Point Resolution Reserve. The aim was to develop a strategic vision for the reserve's future use and development, aligned to current service levels and budgets. Issues considered included the natural and built environment, water quality and conservation, climate change, along with accessibility, amenity, community use and ensuring the park is fit for purpose.

This master plan aims to ensure community needs are met in the most economical way possible for the Park’s lifespan.

The draft master plan is now being implemented,

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

If you would like further information about this project, read the historical information available on this engagement page or ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond.

Project updates and the outcomes will be published via the News Feed on this page.

Are you a user of Point Resolution Reserve or reside near the Reserve? Do you use the playground with your children, exercise your dog, or go there to enjoy the surrounds and catch up with friends? Are you interested in water conservation and learning new practices to conserve this finite resource? If so, you will be interested in the implementation of the enviro-scape master plan for this important City Reserve.

This project involved identifying and researching a range of topics, possible constraints, opportunities and issues relevant to Point Resolution Reserve. The aim was to develop a strategic vision for the reserve's future use and development, aligned to current service levels and budgets. Issues considered included the natural and built environment, water quality and conservation, climate change, along with accessibility, amenity, community use and ensuring the park is fit for purpose.

This master plan aims to ensure community needs are met in the most economical way possible for the Park’s lifespan.

The draft master plan is now being implemented,

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

If you would like further information about this project, read the historical information available on this engagement page or ask us a question by using the Ask Us a Question tab and we will respond.

Project updates and the outcomes will be published via the News Feed on this page.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Point Resolution Reserve Users Survey

    This survey looks at the issues the City has identified for managing Point Resolution Reserve to ensure it is appropriately maintained in a way that meets the needs of all its users and will contributes positively to the community for many years to come.

    Water quality and conservation, the natural and built environment and climate change, accessibility, amenity, community use are the main issues being addressed. 

    You can assist us, by completing the following survey. Please note you need to complete each question before moving on.

    This survey looks at the issues the City has identified for managing Point Resolution Reserve to ensure it is appropriately maintained in a way that meets the needs of all its users and will contributes positively to the community for many years to come.

    Water quality and conservation, the natural and built environment and climate change, accessibility, amenity, community use are the main issues being addressed. 

    You can assist us, by completing the following survey. Please note you need to complete each question before moving on.

    Consultation has concluded