Slade Point

slade-pointSlade Point was named by Capt. James Cook, after Sir Thomas Slade, the naval architect who designed Nelson's H.M.S. Victory.

The peninsula community looks out across Slade Bay. Much of the land to the south of the suburb is absorbed by the Slade Point Nature Reserve and large tracts to the west are wetlands that adjoin the rich fishing grounds of McCreadys Creek. These green buffer-zones and a lack of through traffic help to keep the area lovely and quiet.

The streets of Slade Point become elevated at Gannet St; providing a good many residents with coastal views. Those homes located at the top of Slade Point headland have the particular benefit of being able to watch the sun rise as well as set. The suburb then extends around the point and south to Lamberts Beach.


Ram Chandra Park

Nearby parks

Cumberland Avenue Park

17 Lindeman Avenue, Slade Point

Features: Slide


David Cheong Park

76 Ocean Avenue, Slade Point


Grace Crescent Park

Grace Crescent, Slade Point


Lions Park

Cnr Slade Point Esplanade and Wren Street, Slade Point

Features: Half basketball court & skate bowl


Ram Chandra Park

49 Pacific Esplanade, Slade Point

Features: Lifeguard tower, beach access & rotunda


Slade Point Reserve

11 Jansen Street, Slade Point


Swallow Street Park

Swallow Street, Slade Point


Swan Street Park

Swan Street, Slade Point

Features: Power board