Work has started on the rehabilitation of the bushland along the western portion of Montario Quarter.
This work includes removal of a disused road and underground hospital storage units, followed by re-seeding of native flora and planting of 400 new trees from mid-2020. When complete, there will be more than 1,100 new trees across Montario Quarter.
Families are invited to come and see the newest addition to Perth's playground scene. With the recent opening of the parklands at Montario Quarter, there's plenty for kids and parents alike...
Whether you're a barbecue boss or a budding Masterchef contestant, Montario Quarter is the perfect place for your next soiree. With an outdoor kitchen, barbecues and plenty of shaded picnic tables, you'll have everything you need to wow your guests and have them begging for seconds.
Like a new set of active wear, brand new fitness equipment can bring a whole new element to your workout routine. Come and check out the outdoor gym equipment giving you access to a full body workout. If social sports are more your thing, challenge your friends to basketball, table tennis or football in the kickabout area.
From public art and paving inspired by patient journeys, through to play areas made from repurposed materials, the site's history is remembered throughout Montario Quarter. How many elements have you spotted?
Breathe in the fresh air and have some well-deserved 'me time' at Montario Quarter. Stroll along the shaded paths, relax with a book under a tree, or soak up the winter sunshine on a sun lounge.
For the kids - and kids at heart - Montario Quarter has fun finds around every corner. Check out exposed fossils, glow-in-the-dark 'dragon scales', accessible play equipment, giant toadstools, trampolines and more!
The Green Building Council of Australia has recognised Montario Quarter as being among the world's leading sustainable developments, through accreditation as a 6-star Green Star Community.
This is only the second time a Western Australian development has received this accreditation, and the first infill development in WA to receive it.