About Burns Beach
Burns Beach is one of the many suburbs in Perth. It is located 21 miles from the business district. This coastal village is known for its scenic beach. The beach has a coastal walking and biking trail that goes for miles.
The Burns Beach Sunset Village Caravan Park has cabins, mobile home parking, and tent camping. There is fishing at the beach and hand gliding is a popular sport. Residents watch the sunset, build sandcastles in the sand, but the beach is not suited to swimming.
Nearby, is the Burns Beach Cafe. It serves breakfast and lunch. It has a kid’s breakfast menu. It serves baked pancakes with figs, black pudding, scrambled eggs royal, hamburgers, sandwiches, coffee, tea, and soft drinks.
This community is made up of an affluent elderly population. It has primary schools, Ocean Reef Senior High and Clarkson Community High School. This village has bus transportation for public use.
It has several parks and reserves. The Penistone Reserve has sports like football, cricket, soccer, and lacrosse. The Greenwood Park, near the local train station, has a hoop for basketball and BMX track. Greenwood has a free disc golf course called the Rob Hancock Memorial Golf Course. Oleaster Reserve has an excellent playground for children.