Overview/Design Concept


Central Park
152-158 St George's Terrace, Perth WA 6000

Central Park is situated in the heart of Perth's Central Business District. It is a 51 level modern landmark building constructed to  extremely high specifications and provides first class office accommodation in all respects.


51 Storeys. 261.7 metres above sea level and 249 metres above the ground to the top of our spire.


Lettable Area (Office and Retail) 66,500 m2 Floor Size Range (Office) 886.5 m2 to 1,835 m2 Retail Space - Total (Hay Street and St Georges Terrace) 1,783 m2

Year Development Completed


Special Features

  • A 5000 m2 landscaped park with Hay and William Street frontages.
  • Tenants only Conference Centre - video conferencing, overflow boardrooms and meeting rooms.
  • Centralised Mail Facility to control couriers with additional capability to scan incoming mail.
  • Well equipped tenant exclusive Central Park Fitness Centre.

Car Parking

The Central Park precinct provides underground car parking for 1025 cars which is available for tenants and the public. Vehicle access is provided to the tenant and public car park via the only entry on St George's Terrace. The exit is via William Street.

The Public Car Park holds 442 cars and is available to the general public.

The Tenant Car Park has 580 car bays, some motorbike bays and bicycle parking. This parking area is only available to Central Park tenants and requires a correctly authorised access card for cars to gain access.

A Dominant Landmark in Perth

Through sheer size and outstanding design, Central Park is the dominant landmark building in the Perth CBD. Styled in an angular yet simple form, the tower grows from the podium to provide a dramatic and dynamic statement on the skyline.

As a visual consequence of the varying floor sizes the building adopts a distinctive sculptural quality, stepping progressively in as it reaches upwards. This gives the building its own visual identity, offering an ever changing and always striking skyline profile from different vantage points at street level.

Ground and Podium Levels and Park Area

The ground and podium levels of the building also play an important role in setting the character and quality of the office tower.

The adjacent park area has been carried through into the lobby area with the use of the glass canopy structure. This gradually becomes more formal in nature as one approaches the main entry and forecourt area from St George's Terrace.

The green space in the park area provides a refreshing contrast to the hard linear nature of Hay Street Mall and acts as a focal point for both the precinct development and for Perth City as a whole. Many office and retail workers converge in this area to access the local café and park facilities.

Precinct Development

Central Park forms the pivotal component of a fully integrated precinct development encompassing a major part of a city block. The precinct incorporates a park in its north eastern corner which provides a green and shady buffer to Perth’s premier retail area centred around Hay Street Mall. This is extremely beneficial to Central Park as the property is in close proximity to shopping facilities, but does not suffer from being situated in a retail precinct with the inherent problems of congestion and peak hour pedestrian flows. It is however across the road from the upmarket Wesley Square shopping precinct, and King Street with stores such as Tiffany's & Co and Prada are a quick, 1 minute walk away.