Langley Park is one of the biggest open spaces in the Perth CBD, it runs along Riverside Drive adjacent to the Swan River.
The park was created by reclaiming land from the Swan River between 1921 to 1935, to provide open space near the city.
A pioneer of civil aviation in WA, Major Norman Brearley used the park as an airstrip in the 1920s and it continued to be used as an operating airstrip for some time.
Langley Park’s location makes it a popular place to view the annual City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks, which are held on the river every year on 26 January.
It’s also a great open space for group exercise sessions and hosts the annual Polo in the City event every year.