Developed from 1992, the park is located in the Joondalup town centre with the council offices to the north of the site, the TAFE campus to the south, and the train station and shopping centre to the west. It hosts public artwork and many community events and festivals.
The waterway paths are very picaresque whilst bushland areas between the parks and the road block some of the noise. The memorial park provides a wide green open space, easily fitting more then 100 people, although traffic noise may be an issue. There is a smaller alcove which would suit a wedding of 10-30 guests. There are no structures that may provide shelter in case of rain.
Check with the council as to whether the waterways will be operating at the time of your wedding, as they were mostly stagnant when we visited. There are plenty of native flowers and water fowls.
There are heaps of photography opportunities for a ceremony in this park and in fact it may be best suited as a photography location. Edith Cowen University is very close and also has some nice gardens and buildings for photographs.
Bookings are essential. If you would like to enquire about the availability for a wedding complete the Online Request Form from the City of Joondalup.