Mosman Park is located along Stirling Highway approximately 14 kilometres from Perth and 3 kilometres from Fremantle. It is bordered by the suburbs of Cottesloe, Peppermint Grove and North Fremantle and is unique in having the Indian Ocean on its western boundary and the beautiful shores of the Swan River as its eastern boundary.
Mosman Park is a predominantly residential area and illustrates a relatively minor influence of other land use activities. Small industrial and commercial activity complements a diverse mix of residential development including some of the most exclusive property development in Western Australia.
Mosman Parks largest industry could be said to be its education establishments. Within the Council's boundaries, we have six schools of which two have boarding facilities. The approximate boarding population is 2100 students.
The area is well served by a number of beautiful parks and there are plans for the provision of a regional park connecting the river and sea through Buckland Hill. The riverside parklands are developed to encourage the passive enjoyment of one of the most attractive parts of the Metropolitan Area.
A variety of sporting activities are catered for, including lawn bowls, football, soccer, tennis, cricket and netball. Facilities for the performing arts are also provided and are actively promoted by a Community Arts Foundation.
A statistical profile for Mosman Park is available here