Port Sunlight River Park

Port Sunlight River Park has been transformed from a closed landfill site to a 28-hectare park providing a popular community space with an array of walkways, wildlife, wildflowers and wetlands area. It’s a place for both the public and the people we support to enjoy the great outdoors.

Autism Together manages the park on behalf of The Land Trust, to provide a community site that makes a positive difference for local people and visitors, promoting healthy lifestyles in the process.

The park, which opened in 2014, provides visitors with a scenic waterfront and a variety of walks, offering stunning views across Merseyside to Liverpool’s iconic waterfront. A section of wetland to the north of the site, along with River Mersey mud flats is already an important site for large populations of water birds and is a site of special protection. In 2019 a riverside Visitor’s Centre and Café was opened.

Onsite for Autism Together is Park Ranger Andrew Jennings-Giles and Community Education Officer Ian Jones.

You can find out more about the park here: https://thelandtrust.org.uk/space/port-sunlight-river-park/ or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/psriverpark/

Port Sunlight River Park, Dock Road North, Bromborough, Wirral, CH62 4TQ

Get involved at home

Enjoy nature in your own homes by downloading our activity guides. Our River Park team have put together a range of activities you can do at home to appreciate nature in your homes and gardens.

Click on the following images to download and print…