Proposal to name three Market Garden swamps

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Consultation has concluded

The City of Cockburn, under Section 26A of the Land Administration Act 1997, is considering a proposal to name reserves at three locations in Spearwood and Munster and now seeks your feedback.

They are:

  • The northernmost reserve/lake bounded by Garden Road, Pennlake Drive and Troode Street, Spearwood, to be named Binjar Reserve. This is pronounced bin-jar and means swamp or lake in Nyungar language.


  • The central reserve/lake bounded by Gumina Place, Troode Street, Leschenault Boulevard, Musulin Rise and Mayor Road in Munster, to be named Boodjar Mooliny Reserve. This is pronounced boo-jar moo-leeny and means swamp country in Nyungar language.


  • The southernmost reserve/lake bounded by Riverina Parade, Preston Drive and Fawcett Road, Munster, to be named Moyootj Reserve. This is pronounced mo-yoot and also means swamp country in Nyungar language)


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Comments should be marked to the attention of:

The Administration Officer,

Strategic Planning

c/o the Chief Executive Officer

City of Cockburn

PO Box 1215

Bibra Lake, WA 6965.




The City of Cockburn, under Section 26A of the Land Administration Act 1997, is considering a proposal to name reserves at three locations in Spearwood and Munster and now seeks your feedback.

They are:

  • The northernmost reserve/lake bounded by Garden Road, Pennlake Drive and Troode Street, Spearwood, to be named Binjar Reserve. This is pronounced bin-jar and means swamp or lake in Nyungar language.


  • The central reserve/lake bounded by Gumina Place, Troode Street, Leschenault Boulevard, Musulin Rise and Mayor Road in Munster, to be named Boodjar Mooliny Reserve. This is pronounced boo-jar moo-leeny and means swamp country in Nyungar language.


  • The southernmost reserve/lake bounded by Riverina Parade, Preston Drive and Fawcett Road, Munster, to be named Moyootj Reserve. This is pronounced mo-yoot and also means swamp country in Nyungar language)


For more information, visit here


Comments should be marked to the attention of:

The Administration Officer,

Strategic Planning

c/o the Chief Executive Officer

City of Cockburn

PO Box 1215

Bibra Lake, WA 6965.