Accommodation at Point Walter

The Point Walter Recreation and Conference Centre overlooks the Swan River, showcasing spectacular views of Perth city.

Set amongst well maintained grounds, the accommodation is modern and functional and can sleep up to 124 people in six blocks. There are 31 rooms with a maximum capacity of four bunk beds per room. 

Linen is provided in all accommodation areas and includes sheets, doona, blankets, a pillow, pillowcases and a towel.

The standard check-in time is 5pm and the check-out time is 2 pm. Alternative arrival and departure times may be arranged by contacting the bookings office (fees will apply). This provides early access or late departure to/from dining or meeting rooms only. Early access or late departure from rooms will be provided where possible.

Some rooms in Aviary or Osprey dorms have a bar fridge to accommodate any students needing to refrigerate medication. Please speak to the centre directly to discuss room allocation prior to your arrival.

Aviary dormitories

Aviary dormitories

Aviary is split into five separate accommodation areas, offering bright rooms with two bunk beds per room. Nineteen of the 22 rooms have en-suites. Each is equipped with a table, reading lamps, fans, and hanging and storage space. Overlooking the pool area, Aviary has access to the largest dining area of the centre, the Cygnet dining room, which can hold up to 120 people.

The Aviary dormitories:

  • sleeps 88 people in 22 rooms with bunk beds with four people per room
  • nineteen rooms with self-contained en-suites. Rooms 8, 11 and 14 do not have en-suites. Guests in these rooms are required to share the en-suite with the adjoining room
  • has access to the Cygnet dining room.
  • does not allow self-catering.

Aviary dormitories

Point Walter Osprey dormitory

Osprey dormitories

Osprey has a commanding view of the Swan River and Perth city and can accommodate up to 36 people. Each of the nine rooms contains two bunk beds, reading lamps, fans and hanging and storage space. Osprey has access to the Pelican function room, which is used as a dining or meeting facility at the camp with enough tables and chairs for 100 people. 

The Osprey dormitories:

  • sleeps 36 people in 9 rooms in bunk beds with four people per room
  • has separate male and female showers and toilets. A modified ablution block splits the male and female ablutions
  • has access to the Pelican function room
  • does not allow self-catering.

Osprey dormitories

Page reviewed 12 July 2019