6012, Western Australia
Mosman Park is bound by the Indian Ocean to the west, and the Swan River to the east and south. The locals take full advantage of the location, and you will often see people picnicking and walking along Freshwater Bay. Today, almost all of Mosman Park is residential, although significant parklands exist at Buckland Hill and along the river and coast.
There’s plenty to do in Mosman Park, with Glyde Street playing host to a wide range of vibrant venues including leading cafes, wine bars and restaurants.
Camelot Outdoor Theatre is another secret that’s hugely popular with the locals. BYO blankets, and snuggle up under the stars to watch new and classic movies played on the big screen throughout summer.
At a recent ABS census, Mosman Park had a population of several thousand people living in a variety of dwellings, about half of which were detached houses on separate lots. Multiple mansions are located within the suburb. The ABS identified property, business services and health as the main occupations of residents.