An artist's impression of the Chevron Parkland at the new Perth Stadium.

Chevron Parkland for Perth Stadium

Chevron Australia has become the latest resources giant to put its name on a public attraction, with the state government announcing the company will fund a parkland within the new Perth Stadium precinct.

Chevron will build the ‘Chevron Parkland’ on 2.6 hectares of rehabilitated land next to the new stadium in Burswood, which will include six nature play areas and Aboriginal artworks.

“The parkland design was developed with input from the Whadjuk community and is inspired by the Noongar six seasons, and I thank the Whadjuk people for their involvement,” Premier Colin Barnett said.


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