Point Walter facilities

Our on-site recreational facilities and points of interest can be divided into areas that need centre staff supervision and those that do not.

There are a range of facilities that can be used as event spaces at Point Walter. We recommend that you complete a site visit prior to using the centre to ensure it caters for all of your needs.

Groups that are currently accommodated within the centre have priority in use of the respective dining rooms. Groups on day programs may use dining rooms subject to availability, however costs may be associated with use.

Cygnet Dining Room

The Cygnet Dining Room is the largest dining and meeting facility at the centre, and can cater for 200 people seated theatre style or 120 people dining style.

Point Walter Cygnet Dining Room

Pelican Function Room

With the most spectacular views of the Swan River and Perth, the Pelican Function Room can cater for 160 people seated theatre style or 100 people dining style. 

Point Walter Pelican 2

Graham Russell Conference Room

The Graham Russell Conference Room is the ideal location for your conference, seminar, meeting or workshop. 
Point Walter Graham Russell Room 2

The Gazebo and Amphitheatre

With breathtaking views of the Swan River, the gazebo and amphitheatre provides a perfect place for break-out meetings and functions.

Point Walter Gazebo
Important: If you intend to use outside providers for any programs/activities approval must be first obtained by the Camp Manager.

Supervised areas

Abseil Tower and Ropes Course

The purpose-built 10 metre abseil tower hosts one of our most frequently participated programs – Abseiling. The 70 degree vertical slope also caters for Wheelchair Abseiling, while one side of the tower can be used as an overhang. The Leap of Faith and High Ropes course are within the same area of the centre.

Flying Fox

Across the open space area of the centre is the 90 metre Flying Fox. Please be wary of other groups who may be participating in this program. 

Low Ropes Course

Participating in activities in the low ropes course requires a DSR leader.
Point Walter tower
Important: You must advise the centre of your intention to use any of the non-supervised areas prior to your stay as priority is given to booked programs.

Non-supervised areas

Basketball court

Guests are able to use the basketball court for unstructured play outside program times. This is a shared facility, so if two or more groups are onsite we ask you to share usage of the court. 

Tennis court

Adjacent to the office, on the other side of the service road, is the tennis court. The tennis court hosts some of our team building activities. Therefore, these have priority over unstructured usage. The tennis court is a shared use facility.

Volleyball court

Near our dormitory area is the volleyball court. Again we ask that you share usage of the court.

Swimming pool

The 12 metre swimming pool hosts our Pool Games program. It can also be used outside program times. Please contact centre management if you wish to schedule times to use the pool exclusively, as priority is given to pool programs at all times. Leaders and supervisors must ensure the pool is adequately supervised at all times, and we recommend the hire of an Aquatic Supervisor (who holds both an Aquatic Rescue Certificate (ARQ) and Senior First Aid) to supervise children and weak swimmers in the pool. If supplying DoE staff for pool supervision, it is essential they have a current Bronze Medallion or ARQ.  All school aged children require supervision with a ratio of 1:32.

Swan River

The Swan River is approximately 170 metres from the centre and hosts our Paddling and Raft Building programs. The natural sand bar allows participants to venture a fair distance from the shore and still be in a safe and accessible environment. Dolphins are regularly seen during our Raft Building and Paddling programs. East along the river is home to the Alfred Cove Marine Park, holding various attractions.

Grassed open space

In between the main office and dormitory areas is a large open space area perfect for unstructured play or group games. This open parkland is great for kicking the football or a game of cricket. Please be aware that at certain times of the day some of our programs may be running, therefore, access to these areas may not be possible as they will receive preference.

Free play equipment

Point Walter offers a wide range of ‘free play’ equipment. Tennis racquets, a cricket set, soccer balls, footballs, volleyballs and basketballs can be borrowed from the centre. Please discuss your requirements with centre staff when organising and booking your stay.
Point Walter pool