Millers Pool on South Perth Foreshore has a rich Indigenous history. The area and its surrounds were part of an important camping and fishing area for the Noongar Bibbulmum people.
In the 1900s, it was a popular boating, crabbing, prawning and picnic spot.
Today Millers Pool is a picturesque place to pause, rest, reflect and take in sweeping views of the Swan River, Kings Park and the Perth city skyline.
Picnic and seating areas, a boardwalk and small viewing jetty across the pool provide visitors with the opportunity to admire the natural beauty of the area or snap a selfie.
artworks of the native samphire plant, a shade screen design by Noongar artist Kylie Graham as well as
Reflections, a solar-powered kinetic sculpture reflecting the sky and plantings below it are incorporated into the landscape design of the area.
is just a stone’s throw away and a path connects the pool to a foreshore walk from South Perth Esplanade west of the Narrows Bridge.
You can find car parking close by at the Millers Pool Car Park on Mill Point Road.