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Burswood, Western Australia

Burswood is in the LGA of Town of Victoria Park, and is located across the Swan River from the central business district of Perth. The southeastern suburb was in two parts; one located on Burswood Island, and the other was, until 1990, part of Victoria Park. Burswood had a population of about 1,300 at the 2006 census.

Henry Camfield was granted 1,000 acres of land in the Swan River Colony, in 1829 and moved there with two indentured servants, including their families. He named the area for his home in Kent, Burrswood. The current spelling of the city was because of a railroad sign, on which the word was misspelled. His land was on a peninsula that was low-lying, but led to a ridge and steep sandy hills. Beyond that was scrubland. In 1841, the Burswood Canal was cut offering a direct route to Guildford.

In 1895, after the railway came through the area, a 9-hole golf course was built at Burswood Island. A racecourse was built at the same time. In 1902, the course was named Belmont Park Racecourse. Goodwood Racecourse was closed in 1943.

Riverview Church is located on the island, across from the Entertainment Complex.

Crown Perth

Formerly the Burswood Entertainment Complex, Crown Perth has a 24-hour casino. Two luxury hotels, the Crown Metropol and the Crown Promenade, a Convention Centre, nightclub, 20,000-seat indoor arena and a 2,300 seat theatre. There are at least seven bars and seven restaurants in the complex, offering a wide variety of food and beverages. There are more than 1500 gaming machines, and hundreds of table games. In 2011, Crown Limited spent $750 million refurbishing and rebranding the complex.

Heritage Trail

Burswood Park is located on the Swan River and is home to the Heritage Trail, a walking tour of Western Australia history. The trails lead near the riverbank and past beautiful landscaping, but the main attractions are the bronze sculptures. There are four sculptures in place, with more planned. They are Paddy Hanna-Goldfield’s Pioneer, The Storyteller-Dame Mary Durack, an Australian author, and Hopscotch-Children at play. Henry Camfield is memorialized in a bronze statue at the entrance.