Electric sunsets cover Cockburn's skies over clean, inviting beaches and picturesque inland lakes, add to the warm cosmopolitan feel of Western Australia's Fun Coast.
One of the City's most unique features is a chain of five lakes running north to south through the heart of the City. Sixteen Aboriginal campsites have been identified throughout Cockburn, most of them on the fringes of two of the larger lakes, North Lake and Bibra Lake.
Adventure World - Bibra Lake (9417 9666);
Azelia Ley Museum (9418 6648);
Cockburn Youth Centre (9411 3888)
Cockburn Seniors Centre (9411 3877)
Beeliar Wetlands; Bibra Lake Reserve
Cockburn ARC (Aquatic & Recreation Centre )(9411 3344);
Cockburn Ice Arena (9434 4066)
Cockburn BMX Club (Malabar Park Bibra Lake)
Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre (9417 8460)
Coogee Beach Surf Lifesaving club (9494 1433)
Manning Park; Woodman Point
Native Arc Wildlife Rescue (9417 7105)
Ship building; seafood processing; airport; stores - cold, building & wool; chemical supplies; cement/lime manufacturers; silica processors; Cockburn Commercial Park, South Central, Australian Marine Complex.